Melbourne Business School (MBS), has been recognized as the best business school in Australia for 2019, according to CEOWORLD magazine, while Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) and Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) placed second and third, respectively.
The 2019 rankings placed ANU College of Business & Economics (CBE) in fourth ahead of La Trobe Business School into fifth; while Monash Business School ranked sixth, and UQ Business School at the University of Queensland seventh.
Overall, among the top business school in Australia for 2019, the eighth and ninth positions are held by Sydney Business School at the University of Wollongong and RMIT Graduate School of Business and Law.
Australia is one of the most happening places with great living conditions, luxurious landscapes, and great facilities for studying. Management studies have gained much attention for international students which led them to flock to Australia. World class management universities are present in various regions of Australia which is also quite budget friendly. Here are some of the best universities in Australia to pursue Management Studies:
Top Business School In Australia To Pursue Management Studies, 2019
- Melbourne Business School (MBS) at the University of Melbourne: This is undoubtedly the number one destination for pursuing business management studies. It started way back in the year 1965 and been listed in many global rankings and regional rankings as well. Melbourne is a wonderful city to even live and the expenditures to live here are quite affordable as well. Melbourne Business School holds AACSB and EFMD (EQUIS) accreditation. Melbourne Business School (MBS) is Australia’s highest ranked business school at 60 on the CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world rankings 2019.
- Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) at the Macquarie University: MGSM was established in 1969, making it the oldest continuously operating postgraduate school of business administration in New South Wales, Australia. The school’s MBA and management programs are accredited by AACSB and are consistently rank highly on a global stage.
- Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM): AGSM, a part of UNSW Business School in Sydney ranks third place in Australia’s list of best business schools. Ranging from entrepreneurship, marketing, human resources, and international business, AGSM MBA is top-class undoubtedly.
- ANU College of Business & Economics (CBE) at the Australian National University: Located in Australia’s capital city Canberra, the ANU College of Business & Economics (CBE) has a strong tilt towards research with insights into six different fields of specialization from actuarial studies to statistics as well. For all those management aspirants with an edge towards research, it is the best place to pursue studies.
- La Trobe Business School at La Trobe University: The new age MBA program was introduced in the year 2012 and the business school achieved top 10 highest scores in the employer segment. Though the main coursework is offered in Melbourne, the university’s regional campuses are also present in the state of Victoria- which gives good flexible options.
- Monash University – Monash Business School: The triple accredited university is well known for its world-class MBA options. Mostly completed over two years which allows students to work part-time and also pursue studies. It also has the highest proportion of female students compared to all other business schools in Australia.
- UQ Business School at the University of Queensland: The first batch enrolled in the year 1972 when it started offering management education for international students. It also has a technology and innovation center which opened in the year 2004 to give additional insights for the management student.
- Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong: This brilliant university offers undergraduate and postgraduate management programs for the aspirant. It is also one of the six members of the top 10 to be a signatory to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)- a UN global initiative.
- RMIT Graduate School of Business and Law: The school has a rich history. The royal patronage was bestowed upon it by Elizabeth II of England which added a university status in 1992. The full-time MBA here lasts for one and a half years and there is a chance to study in Ho Chi Minh City at RMIT Vietnam for better cultural awareness as well. The School is recognized as a leader in business management and law education, providing work-related education and training and undertaking practical research, relevant to business and community aspirations.
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