Thursday, 31 May 2012

Study mba in australia - MBA in Australia - study mba in australia colleges

Often grouped in the same region as Asia, Australia’s business schools outperform many of the country’s closest neighbors in the various MBA rankings and ratings.

In fact, in the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report 2012, 11 of the 36 business schools in the Asia and Australasia region were Australian. It’s closest rival (in terms of numbers), India took six of the top 36 places.

Considering the country’s smaller population size compared to the US and some European countries, plus its geographical isolation with many western countries, Australia’s business schools certainly perform well on a global scale, with applicants attracted to the country as a result of lax visa controls and close proximity to the rising business and financial power houses in Asia.

The highest rated business school in Australia according to the QS Global 200 Top Business Schools Report, Melbourne Business School was actually the first institution to offer an MBA in Australia, back in 1963. This was roughly the same time that MBA programs first started to appear in Europe.

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