MBA Melbourne

Melbourne's Federation Square is one of the city's main cultural attractions.
Melbourne’s Federation Square is one of the city’s main cultural attractions.

Melbourne is the capital of Victoria, and home to a number of MBA Melbourne courses.

In February 2013, Melbourne was again been voted the most liveable city in the world in the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) liveability survey, helping the city to maintain the title for the second year running. Cities are judged across five categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure, with correspondents in each city.

Melbourne rated perfect scores for infrastructure, healthcare and education of the world’s most liveable city.

“The Victorian Government welcomes the announcement that Melbourne has scored so highly as a global study destination and notes that Melbourne has already been named the world’s most liveable city. I know the tens of thousands of overseas students who come to study in our universities, or in our English language and skills training institutions, have a very positive experience in Melbourne,” Louise Asher – Victorian Government Minister*.

Melbourne is well-known for its high quality education institutions, which is reflected in this number one ranking. Melbourne’s vibrant lifestyle includes Australia’s best shopping, leisure and sporting events, and a renowned arts scene.

Melbourne has a vast multicultural community and is world famous for its diverse food choices and outstanding wine. Its enviable lifestyle combined with its commitment to quality education makes Melbourne one of the world’s most dynamic cities.

Melbourne has also been ranked 17th in Innovation Cities Top 100 Index 2011 and classified as a nexus city.

A Nexus city is a top innovation destination not just in science, but in areas such as product, process, business, service, policy and other types of innovation.

Melbourne has been ranked fourth in the world’s top global study destinations. Melbourne came fourth after other major international student cities – Paris, London and Boston.

The ranking by the London-based QS organisation, was based on 12 key criteria. These included quality of living, the number of internationally ranked universities, the proportion of overseas students and living affordability.

The following Melbourne MBA courses are available.

University of Melbourne (MBS)

Macquarie University (MGSM)

Monash University

RMIT University

La Trobe University

Deakin University

Swinburne University of Technology

Victoria University

Chifley Business School

*SOURCE: www.studymelbourne.vic.gov.au

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