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Top MBA Colleges For Women In Australia, 2019

Melbourne Business School (MBS) Australia

Out of the eastern side continents in the world, Australia offers wide range of opportunities and career options for management students. Australia is also quite a great destination for settling down with an exceptional lifestyle and infrastructure for amazing living. With ample range of management institutions and excellent faculty, Australia offers amazing management study options for men and women alike. For women in particular, Australia is a safest continent for international women students and offers great cultural diversity.

Here is the list of top MBA colleges for women in Australia, 2019:

  1. Melbourne Business School (MBS): It is the number one business school in terms of international recruiters and business academics.Founded in the year 1965, Melbourne Business School is the best option for women to pursue MBA. The faculty is top-class, with excellent infrastructure and good diversity in terms of international student intake. Melbourne Business School (MBS) was considered the 60th best business school by the CEOWORLD magazine Ranking 2019.
  2. Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM)– Macquarie University: MGSM is a well-established management institute in Australia and beyond. Founded in the year 1969 and also offers MBA in another campus in Hong Kong since 1994. The school also launched a scholarship fund worth almost seven million US dollars. The 2019 CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools ranking placed Macquarie Graduate School of Management as the #80 best MBA in the World.

  3. Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM): A great option for stay and study in management courses, AGSM is quite an impressive option for women students. The institute offers gender equality in terms of student intake. The placement opportunities are quite bright for the masters students in this B-school. Australian Graduate School of Management was ranked #98 in the CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world ranking 2019.
  4. Adelaide Business School: Adelaide Business School’s full-time MBA is quite a flexible program which allows the students have the choice to study on campus, online or a combination of both. The EQUIS- accredited school offers an MBA with interesting specializations in Finance, Human Resources Management, and Marketing. In the CEOWORLD magazine’s best business schools in the world rankings 2019, Adelaide Business School MBA program has a global ranking of 107 institutions.
  5. College of Business and Economics (CBE) at The Australian National University: Located in the country’s capital city Canberra, College of Business and Economics offers bright opportunities for international woman student. With six areas of specialization from actuarial studies to statistics. The business school also offers exciting research opportunities for whoever looking for advanced studies.

  6. La Trobe Business School at La Trobe University: The fantastic business school has a long history in terms of producing management leaders consistently. Their new-look MBA program was launched in the year 2012 which focuses on latest trends and changeovers in the business. They also have a regional campus in Victoria state.
  7. Monash Business School at Monash University: The only business school in Asia with triple accreditation, which includes AMBA, Mohash is a great place for women to pursue MBA. Lot of students who enroll here have a minimum of three years of work experience. The gender equality policy in accepting women students is quite impressive.

  8. UQ Business School- University of Queensland: Founded in the year 1972, the university began offering management education with a staff of just three. But the business school has come a long way after it. The business school also has a technology and innovation center which was founded in the year 2004. It is now partnering with other reputed MBA business schools in which Wharton School which is popular worldwide.
  9. Sydney Business School University of Wollongong: It offers MBA in several specialized masters degrees ranging from central Sydney along with the main campus. The school is also member of the top 10 to be a signatory to the principles for responsible management education (PRME)- an initiative of UN Global Compact.

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Emma London
Emma London is a columnist and member of the ​CEOWORLD magazine editorial board. She's one of the magazine's founding editors and leads global newsroom coverage and management. Having lived in five different countries — the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, and the United Kingdom - Emma is obsessed with how tech empowers people from all walks of life. She is fluent in Spanish.
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