The Griffith MBA continues to stand out from the crowd, with CEO Magazine again ranking the innovative Griffith Business School program among the best in Australia and around the world.
The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings for 2016 (released today, Monday) place the Griffith MBA in Australia’s top five, rising one place from 12 months ago.
In the online space the Griffith MBA remains in the top 20, now ranked 13 in the world, and number two in Australia.
“With a record number of business schools involved in the ranking process, this result confirms the Griffith MBA is more than holding its own in a very competitive global environment,” Griffith MBA Director, Associate Professor Chris Fleming said.
“From the program’s core values to its flexible mode of delivery to its high levels of industry engagement, the Griffith MBA continues to be a leader in the field.
“Our focus on the changing needs of the modern student is clearly bringing benefits for all involved.”
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The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings are designed with applicants in mind, and examine the nuts and bolts of an MBA including learning environment, class sizes, tuition fees, faculty, delivery methods, international diversity and gender make-up.
“The objective is simple: to identify schools which marry exceptional quality with great return on investment,” CEO Magazine’s Group Editor-in-Chief, Alexandra Skinner.
The CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings has been described as “a ranking system that values sense over cents” by Alon Rozen, Dean of the triple-accredited École des Ponts Business School in Paris.
This sentiment is reflected in continued recognition for the three core values which have set the Griffith MBA apart – responsible leadership, sustainable business practice and global orientation.
This ranking represents further acknowledgment of the Griffith MBA after it gained top billing in the GMAA 5-Star rankings for 2015, and was rated number four in Australia in the 2015 Financial Review BOSS Magazine MBA survey.