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With dual accreditation from the world's two pre-eminent education accrediting bodies, a number one ranking in Australia (AFR BOSS) and Asia Pacific (The Economist), The University of Queensland Business School MBA ranks amongst the elite global leaders.
UQ Business School Tops MBA Ranking in BOSS magazine
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Personal insights into the careers, success and ambitions of UQ Business School MBA students from the number 1 MBA program in Australia and Asia Pacific.
UQ Business School provides visible evidence of skills development using our unique Leadership Capability Framework, developed in-house specifically for the MBA program.
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In the 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Assessment our Management, Finance and Information Systems research was rated as 'well above world standard' whilst Accounting, Auditing & Accountability and Marketing were rated as 'above world standard'.
The UQ Business School MBA is ranked Number 1 in Australia and Asia Pacific by The Economist, identifying it as the leading MBA provider outside of Europe and North America. It has also received a 'Number 1 in Australia' ranking by the Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine. In addition, for the last nine years the UQ Business School MBA has received a 5 star rating by Australia's most influential rating body, the Graduate Management Association of Australia.
UQ Business School was the first Business School in Australia to meet the high standards of the world’s most influential accrediting bodies – the US based AACSB International and Europe’s EQUIS.
UQ Business School has a strong international reputation and profile, built on quality programs and staff who are also in demand as consultants to businesses around the world.
UQ Business School offers three different MBA options to suit students’ lifestyle and work commitments. There are two structured options – the Accelerated MBA involves 12 months of full-time study, while the streamlined MBA, which is only available to domestic students, can be completed in 24 months alongside their day to day job. There is also a flexible part-time option that gives students as much time as they need up to a maximum of seven years.
The Wharton Global Consulting Practicum is the premier strategic opportunity of the UQ Business School MBA program. It brings together selected UQ Business School and Wharton MBA students in international consulting teams to complete a 'real life' US market entry or expansion project for a paying Australasian company.
The UQ Business School Social Economic Engagement Program (SEEP)
MBA students are provided an active learning environment through the Social Economic Engagement Program SEEP), whereby students are connected to organisations which are community based. Working at the grass roots level, students gain invaluable knowledge and experience to understand how people in the 'non for profit' world operate. The program which commenced in the later part of 2010 augments a student’s understanding that leadership in business requires leadership in the community. Students are challenged to develop their leadership capability while giving something back from what is essentially a privileged position.