Melbourne Business School jumps another 10 spots in MBA rankings
Melbourne Business School has jumped 10 places on the Financial Times list of the world's best MBA programs, moving from 76 to 66 in the publication's 2018 rankings.
The improvement follows the School's rise of 11 positions last year, after rising three spots the year before, as well as being named the best Australian business school in the Asia-Pacific region by the Financial Times in November.
Melbourne Business School's MBA program was again ranked number three in the world for Marketing.
The Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2018 lists the world's top 100 MBA programs evaluated on criteria including career outcomes, student satisfaction, faculty research and diversity.
Dean of Melbourne Business School, Zeger Degraeve, said the achievement was the result of focussed work to put the needs of students at the heart of the School.
"Behind these numbers are tangible outcomes for Melbourne Business School students. This result is a fantastic acknowledgement that those outcomes are among the best in the world," he said.
"In recent years we have increased our investment in faculty, Careers Services, Program Management and Alumni Relations to make sure Melbourne Business School alumni achieve their professional and personal goals as well as earning a world-class degree.
"Our staff and faculty should be proud of their ongoing efforts to embrace excellence in all aspects of their work, which is also reflected in these rankings."
In addition to the Financial Times, Melbourne Business School's MBA program is ranked among the best in the world by:
- The Economist 'Which MBA?', number 27 globally
- QS World University Rankings, number 34 globally
- Bloomberg Businessweek, number 12 outside the US.
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