choosing univ!!!!!!!


rsnaren

can anybody tell which of the following universities is good for doin an MBA ??? regarding placements too.... which is the best one??????
griffith univ
univ of technology, sydney
univ of queensland
edith cowan univ
james cook univ
hope someone helps........

can anybody tell which of the following universities is good for doin an MBA ??? regarding placements too.... which is the best one??????
griffith univ
univ of technology, sydney
univ of queensland
edith cowan univ
james cook univ
hope someone helps........
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valitar

Just from your list, I think uni of queensland would be the better one.

Just from your list, I think uni of queensland would be the better one.

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maggiemae

if are international student, be warned that JCU has a tendency of changing timetables - that's difficult if on a visa/ time. Also, class size can be as large as 50 as they mix courses so not ideal...

if are international student, be warned that JCU has a tendency of changing timetables - that's difficult if on a visa/ time. Also, class size can be as large as 50 as they mix courses so not ideal...
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maggiemae

Depends what you want to do subject wise - UTS & Griffith have best rep of the ones u have asked about. Check out subjects offered and the time frame when making ur decision. Also look into accommodation costs - Sydney = $$, QLD $.
Good luck

Depends what you want to do subject wise - UTS & Griffith have best rep of the ones u have asked about. Check out subjects offered and the time frame when making ur decision. Also look into accommodation costs - Sydney = $$, QLD $.
Good luck
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Kate_hk

Hi Maggie,
In my opinion UTS and Queensland are the best of the above mentioned.

You might want to have a look at the new ranking of Australian MBAs by Asiaweek:

http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/features/mba/data/australia.html

Hi Maggie,
In my opinion UTS and Queensland are the best of the above mentioned.

You might want to have a look at the new ranking of Australian MBAs by Asiaweek:

http://www.asiaweek.com/asiaweek/features/mba/data/australia.html

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Malia

You might want to have a look at the new ranking of Australian MBAs by Asiaweek:


What's so new about that Asiaweek ranking from 2000?

<blockquote>You might want to have a look at the new ranking of Australian MBAs by Asiaweek:</blockquote>

What's so new about that Asiaweek ranking from 2000?
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Worldtron

Hi, I want to know about James Cook University. Im planning to do MBA. How is their employment rate ? The main reason im thinking about this University is because i dont have any work experience. Im graduating in Dec 2007. any suggestions plz ?

Hi, I want to know about James Cook University. Im planning to do MBA. How is their employment rate ? The main reason im thinking about this University is because i dont have any work experience. Im graduating in Dec 2007. any suggestions plz ?
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shawn.hk

can anybody tell which of the following universities is good for doin an MBA ??? regarding placements too.... which is the best one??????
griffith univ
univ of technology, sydney
univ of queensland
edith cowan univ
james cook univ
hope someone helps........


MBS is the best school in Australia, you should add them to your list.

<blockquote>can anybody tell which of the following universities is good for doin an MBA ??? regarding placements too.... which is the best one??????
griffith univ
univ of technology, sydney
univ of queensland
edith cowan univ
james cook univ
hope someone helps........</blockquote>

MBS is the best school in Australia, you should add them to your list.

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sdfrick

That asiaweek ranking was from 2000!! Besides, University is what you make of it.

James Cook University is also good choice, since the MBA is cheap and its reputation is growing fast due to its new acclaim for having the world's best Tourism Management program, and its new Brisbane campus.

JCU has a 1 year intensive program if you can handle that. JCU's MBA program is one of the few programs that doesn't require you to have work experience for entry (yayyy!!!!). The MBA program is so flexible that you can do 2/3 of an MBA and transfer all your credits over to an MPA if you want to change majors.

As for changing schedules at JCU, just remember that your classes will always be either full weekend classes, or 6-9pm night classes. I haven't seen any day classes in the current 2008 schedule yet... at least, not in the Cairns campus schedule anyway.

Good luck :)

That asiaweek ranking was from 2000!! Besides, University is what you make of it.

James Cook University is also good choice, since the MBA is cheap and its reputation is growing fast due to its new acclaim for having the world's best Tourism Management program, and its new Brisbane campus.

JCU has a 1 year intensive program if you can handle that. JCU's MBA program is one of the few programs that doesn't require you to have work experience for entry (yayyy!!!!). The MBA program is so flexible that you can do 2/3 of an MBA and transfer all your credits over to an MPA if you want to change majors.

As for changing schedules at JCU, just remember that your classes will always be either full weekend classes, or 6-9pm night classes. I haven't seen any day classes in the current 2008 schedule yet... at least, not in the Cairns campus schedule anyway.

Good luck :)
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Inactive User

Check out the up-to-date rankings on find-mba.com @ http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/australia-nz

Check out the up-to-date rankings on find-mba.com @ http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/australia-nz
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LaVoz de G...

Check out the up-to-date rankings on find-mba.com @ http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/australia-nz


That's not actually a ranking which ranks programs by their quality, but a list of those porgrams with the most page views on Find-MBA: http://www.find-mba.com/mba-faq#15 . Still worth looking at though. AGSM, MBS are the most reputed business schools in Australia (Otago, Auckland, and Waikato in NZ).

<blockquote>Check out the up-to-date rankings on find-mba.com @ http://www.find-mba.com/most-popular/australia-nz</blockquote>

That's not actually a ranking which ranks programs by their quality, but a list of those porgrams with the most page views on Find-MBA: http://www.find-mba.com/mba-faq#15 . Still worth looking at though. AGSM, MBS are the most reputed business schools in Australia (Otago, Auckland, and Waikato in NZ).
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Inactive User

Ok, you got me! But hey - popularity's got to count for something, right? As your 4 stars to my measly 1 surely testifies.

Ok, you got me! But hey - popularity's got to count for something, right? As your 4 stars to my measly 1 surely testifies.
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patilami

Hi,
I want do Dual course comprising of Masters in IT & MBA
Which all god universities offer this course?
Can u please rank them?
Is Griifith & LaTrobe accredited?
Please reply.

Hi,
I want do Dual course comprising of Masters in IT & MBA
Which all god universities offer this course?
Can u please rank them?
Is Griifith & LaTrobe accredited?
Please reply.
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