10 Aussie MBAs make CEO magazine Top 20 (that is actually 44)

Victoria University’s MBA has been ranked number one in Australia and number six in the global Top 20 by London-based CEO magazine.

A total of 10 Australian MBAs made the Top 20 list  (that actually comprises 44 courses from around the world).

The magazine’s International Graduate Forum ranked VU’s Victoria Graduate School of Business’ (VGSB) MBA as Australia’s leading MBA for its excellent lecturers, small class sizes, student diversity, value-for-money, and international study options.


MBA Program Director Dr Romana Garma said the top ranking recognised VGSB’s commitment to providing its students with a solid grounding in the business skills and knowledge that 21st century employers looked for in astute leaders.

VGSB’s MBA students come from business and non-business backgrounds and are encouraged to network with their range of classmates to apply their learning to real business situations.

“There is real value in pursuing an MBA as a springboard to a better job, promotions and increased earning power. But brand and prestige are not everything – we believe that an MBA should also be accessible and affordable to those who really want to have an edge and more confidence in today’s competitive working world. ”

Ben Ready
Ben Ready founded MBA News in 2014 and is the Managing Editor. He is a former business and finance journalist with Australian Associated Press (AAP) and Dow Jones Newswires in London. Ben completed his MBA in 2012 and was awarded the QUT GMAA Entrepreneurship Prize. He is also the founder and Managing Director of RGC Media & Mktng (rgcmm.com.au).