Griffith MBA Online ranked #1 in Australia

Griffith MBA Director Associate Professor Stephanie Schleimer.

Griffith University’s MBA program peaks on the performance benchmark in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings determining Griffith as Australia’s number one online MBA program.

Out of 239 programs worldwide, the Griffith MBA has moved up eight spots since last year, ranking 13th in the world, which shows it is an exceptional choice for prospective students looking for quality and flexibility.

Griffith MBA Director, Professor Stephanie Schleimer, said this was a truly outstanding achievement for this award-winning program.

“Over the last decade we have put a lot of effort into creating an online learning journey for our students that is of extraordinary quality, so this ranking success is a true testament of the learning experience we created,” Professor Schleimer said.

“A key focus for us is to offer an authentic online learning journey where students feel closely connected to their cohort and instructors, where they can flourish professionally and personally.”

Recent Griffith Business School graduate, Jessie Demnar.

Recent Griffith MBA graduate Jessie Demnar, who creates dynamic and impactful employee engagement initiatives as an Employee Communication and Engagement Specialist, said she already feels like she is achieving more professional goals than she could have hoped for.

“I noticed everything I have learnt is immediately applicable to business in the real-world,” Jessie said.

“The program prepared me for success, and I feel well equipped for my role now and also my future career prospects.

“I’m excited when I think about future opportunities that will only be possible as a result of doing the Griffith MBA.

“My education at Griffith raised my expectations for my career trajectory and I’m aiming to one day soon be in a board position setting the future direction for oranisations and making a real difference in the world.

“The Griffith MBA gave me the key foundations for my future career growth, and taught me new ways to have a positive impact on the world around me.”