The Economist Which MBA? 2016 Survey Ranks Macquarie Graduate School of Management in the World’s Top 50

The Economist Which MBA? 2016 Survey Ranks Macquarie Graduate School of Management in the World’s Top 50

The Economist Which MBA? 2016 Survey Ranks Macquarie Graduate School of Management in the World’s Top 50

19 OCTOBER 2016, SYDNEY: Macquarie University is pleased to announce that the Macquarie University Graduate School of Management (MGSM) has been ranked 46thbest in the world, 3rd highest in Australia, and 1st in New South Wales, by The Economist’s coveted Which MBA? 2016 survey.

TheWhich MBA? Ranking of the world’s top 100 business schools is based on student surveys, that take into account factors including opening new career opportunities, personal development and educational experience, increasing salary, and potential-to-network.

“The Economist Which MBA? 2016 survey rankings showcase that the Macquarie Graduate School of Management continues to lead global and national standards of excellence in management research” said Professor Norma Harrison, Acting Dean, MGSM.

“We’re proud of the high-profile recognition afforded to the school, and will continue to innovate and lead from the front, to provide candidates, faculty and collaborators with the exceptional services they need to create internationally recognised knowledge, that makes a difference,” Professor Harrison continued.

The University of Queensland Business School and the Melbourne Business School (The University of Melbourne) were the only other Australian universities to make it into the top 50.

The top rankings – dominated by U.S institutions – were awarded to the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business (1st), followed by Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management (2nd) and the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business (3rd).

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