UQ Business School is the only Queensland business school to be included in the Economist Intelligence Unit's (EIU) Which MBA? Asian regional ranking released today.
The EIU's Which MBA? 2009 is an internationally-renown third-party ranking of the top 100 full-time MBA programs in the world, now in its seventh year.
The EIU delivers regional rankings of business schools as part of its Which MBA? 2009 publication, and UQ Business School is the only Queensland business school in the mix.
Five stars have also been awarded to UQ Business School's MBA program this month - the highest possible - by the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA).
Associate Professor Fiona Rohde, Deputy Head of UQ Business School is pleased with the results.
Rohde said, "The GMAA rating is arguably Australia's most credible ranking process and we're delighted to have done so well for the fourth consecutive year.
"We also received five stars for our links to industry, and our staff academic qualifications from the GMAA.
"This shows the quality of our teaching staff and the relevance and outreach of our School to our industry colleagues," she said.
Rohde said, "UQ Business School has quality programs in commerce, business, innovation management and business administration, and we are very happy to have credible third-party analysis of our programs," she said.
Four other Australian universities ranked in the EIU Which MBA? Asian and Australasian regional ranking along with UQ Business School: Melbourne Business School, Monash, Macquarie Graduate School of Management, and Curtin University of Technology.
The international ranking is published in the Economist Intelligence Unit Which MBA? 2009
The GMAA rating is published in the Good Universities Guide to MBA and Postgraduate Courses.