MBA ranking shows USQ’s global appeal

USQ's online Master of Business Administration (MBA) has been ranked 11th best online MBA in the world, and second in Australia, according to international business publication CEO Magazine.

Business professionals seeking extra qualifications and skill development have yet another reason to choose the University of Southern Queensland (USQ). 

The University’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) has been ranked 11th best online MBA in the world, and second in Australia, according to international business publication CEO Magazine.

The magazine has showcased top business schools from around the globe since it first launched in 2008, and its 2018 feature weighed data from 270 programmes (56 online, 93 executive and 122 full-time and part-time).

In addition to the 11th place ranking for the University’s online program, USQ’s MBA was rated as Tier One based on its overall percentage score in areas including: price, quality of faculty, accreditation, delivery methods, international exposure, and faculty to student ratio.

USQ Head of School for Management and Enterprise Professor Peter Murray said he was pleased with both results.

"Our MBA program is designed to provide students with a competitive edge and greater understanding of change and sustainability across global markets,” Professor Murray said. 

“Providing a good-valued flexible program that allows students to study online and in their own time is a stand-out feature of the program. 

“The USQ MBA is focused on qualifying students for a wide range of public or private positions nationally and internationally.

“This most recent accolade reaffirms the great work being done by our staff, and the success of our hardworking students and graduates.”

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