Australia MBA Ranking?


Arwa K xx
Hello,

Can anybody tell me where I can find a ranking of MBA programs in Australia?

Thanks!

Arwa
Hello,

Can anybody tell me where I can find a ranking of MBA programs in Australia?

Thanks!

Arwa
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mba hipste...
The top ones are ranked - fairly, in my opinion - in the FT Global ranking:

MGSM #56
AGSM #66
Melbourne Business School #87

MBS grads have stronger salary growth, but far less salary overall. This is probably because that school recruits a younger cohort than MGSM or AGSM.

The other schools in Australia- Monash, Queensland, UTS, UWA, etc. - are in a different league.
The top ones are ranked - fairly, in my opinion - in the FT Global ranking:

MGSM #56
AGSM #66
Melbourne Business School #87

MBS grads have stronger salary growth, but far less salary overall. This is probably because that school recruits a younger cohort than MGSM or AGSM.

The other schools in Australia- Monash, Queensland, UTS, UWA, etc. - are in a different league.
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Arwa K xx
Thank you. When you say that the other schools are in a different league, what does that mean? I was thinking of doing the MBA at Monash.
Thank you. When you say that the other schools are in a different league, what does that mean? I was thinking of doing the MBA at Monash.
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blitzkrieg
Thank you. When you say that the other schools are in a different league, what does that mean? I was thinking of doing the MBA at Monash.
They are not as good as the top 3 (MBS, agsm and mgsm). The difference in quality is quite big.
[quote]Thank you. When you say that the other schools are in a different league, what does that mean? I was thinking of doing the MBA at Monash.[/quote]They are not as good as the top 3 (MBS, agsm and mgsm). The difference in quality is quite big.
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Arwa K xx
Even though it has the triple crown and the others do not?
Even though it has the triple crown and the others do not?
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blitzkrieg
Even though it has the triple crown and the others do not?
that is not the only indicator. Even top programs like Harvard and Insead are not triple accredited
[quote]Even though it has the triple crown and the others do not?[/quote]that is not the only indicator. Even top programs like Harvard and Insead are not triple accredited
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joho1999
MGSM vs. Melbourne... I'm having a hard time deciding. Any advice?
MGSM vs. Melbourne... I'm having a hard time deciding. Any advice?
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laurie
Would you need a post-MBA work visa? If so I think MGSM would be the best option - I believe that if you did the one-year MBA at Melbourne, you wouldn't be eligible to get a post-MBA work visa, since you need to study something like 20 months in the country to receive it. Check this with the school, though.

Plus, MGSM has a better position in the FT rankings...
Would you need a post-MBA work visa? If so I think MGSM would be the best option - I believe that if you did the one-year MBA at Melbourne, you wouldn't be eligible to get a post-MBA work visa, since you need to study something like 20 months in the country to receive it. Check this with the school, though.

Plus, MGSM has a better position in the FT rankings...
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joho1999
Sounds good. I have PR in Australia so the work visa is not an issue.
Sounds good. I have PR in Australia so the work visa is not an issue.
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slupp81
MGSM sounds like a really good option. Personally, I am also considering AGSM...
MGSM sounds like a really good option. Personally, I am also considering AGSM...
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Tezerhoy
I have heard good things about MGSM and Melbourne and I am planning on applying to both of them. Does anybody know about the visa situation in Australia? I have read some things but I am a bit confused if I can get PR after an MBA.
I have heard good things about MGSM and Melbourne and I am planning on applying to both of them. Does anybody know about the visa situation in Australia? I have read some things but I am a bit confused if I can get PR after an MBA.
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laurie
As I mentioned above, I believe you need to have studied for at least 20 months in the country before being eligible to get a work permit. So one-year MBAs would not be acceptable, unless you have studied in the country previously.

In order to get PR, I believe you would need to have an employer sponsor you after the initial work permit.
As I mentioned above, I believe you need to have studied for at least 20 months in the country before being eligible to get a work permit. So one-year MBAs would not be acceptable, unless you have studied in the country previously.

In order to get PR, I believe you would need to have an employer sponsor you after the initial work permit.
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Tezerhoy
Thank you for the information.
Thank you for the information.
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