Rising rankings reflect our commitment to constant improvement
Melbourne Business School’s recent run of success in the global MBA rankings continues with the Financial Times including us in its May 2017 list of top 50 MBAs around the world for a career in finance – the only Australian business school to make the cut.
The latest ranking, which looks at the current career outcomes for students who studied in 2013, also said our Full-time MBA program was the most gender-balanced.
The result adds to other recent successes that include being named ninth globally in the Bloomberg BusinessWeek International MBA ranking in December 2016 and climbing 11 places in the overall Financial Times Global MBA ranking in January 2017.
“The latest accolade reflects our ongoing commitment to ensuring our MBA program is inclusive and remains relevant to students, their career ambitions and the needs of employers,” Melbourne Business School Dean Zeger Degraeve said.
Our Marketing faculty was placed in the world’s top three by graduates in the Financial Times 2017 rankings. In 2016, our Full-time MBA improved nine places to 34th in The Economist Which MBA? world ranking and rose 18 places to 20th in the Poets and Quants composite scorecard of international MBA programs.
“A picture is clearly emerging that Melbourne Business School is in the premier league of global business schools,” Professor Degraeve said. “I am particularly proud of our recognition as a world-class general management school that also has some outstanding strengths.”