Melbourne Business School (MBS) has topped the Eduniversal Ranking of Best Business Schools in Australia Rankings 2016.
The global ranking and rating agency headquartered in Paris specialises in higher education. It has been involved in evaluating academic institutions and programs in France since 1994 and internationally since 2007.
Eduniversal’s rankings cover the Best Business Schools and 30 fields of study in 154 countries.
These rankings provide information to prospective graduate students to help them in their search for future studies in Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Eurasia & Middle East, Far East Asia, Latin America, North America, Oceania and Western Europe.
In Australia, Eduniversal took up 33 schools and ranked four with the highest 5 palmes, six with 4 palmes, 14 with 3 palmes and nine with 2 palmes.
The 5 Palmes of Excellence – universal business school with strong global influence has the Melbourne Business School ranked number 1 by Palmes league with Dean’s recommendation rate of 419%.
The school’s 1-year MBA program has, in the graduating class of 2017, students comprising 23 nationalities with an average age of 30. The class is diversified to the extent that it has students speaking 30 languages. The average GMAT score is 705.
While 53% of the students are from Asia, 19% are from Australia and New Zealand and 14% from North America. They have an average work experience of 5.6 years with 21% having employment background in Financial Services followed by 17% in Energy/Resources and 15% in other services.
The University of Sydney Business School is ranked 2 with Dean’s recommendation rate of 415% followed by Monash Business School in the third place with Dean’s recommendation rate of 371%. UNSW Business School in ranked 4 with Dean’s recommendation rate of 231%.
The 4 Palmes of Excellence denoting top business schools with significant international influence, has Queensland University of Technology’s QUT Business School ranked number 1 with a Dean’s Recommendation rate of 245% followed by Queensland University’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Law in the 2nd rank and Macquarie Graduate School of Management ranked 3 with Dean’s recommendation of 183%.
In the fourth place comes ANU School of Business & Economics (Dean’s recommendation 148%) followed by UWA Business School in the 5th rank (Dean’s recommendation 144%) and Curtin Business School in the 6th rank (Dean’s recommendation 131%).
The 3 Palmes of Excellence denoting Excellent Business school reinforcing international influence has University of Western Sydney School of Business and Sydney Graduate School of Management ranked number 1 with Dean’s recommendation rate of 170%.
Griffith Business School is ranked 2 with Dean’s Recommendation rate of 166% and UTS Business School in the 3rd place with Dean’s recommendation rate of 157%.
In 2 Palmes of Excellence-Good Business School with strong regional influence, Murdoch School of Management & Governance is ranked 1 with Dean’s recommendation rate of 52%, followed by Central Queensland University’s School of Business and Law in the second spot with Dean’s recommendation rate of 48% and Tasmanian School of Business and Economics in the 3rd rank with Dean’s recommendation rate of 35%.(Image Source:Google.com)