Law and Business
The Australian Catholic University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) has been awarded a four star rating from the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA).
The Faculty of Business also achieved the highest possible rating of 5 stars in the Academic Qualifications category.
This result places the University among the top institutions in the country for the program.
Executive Dean of Business, Professor Elizabeth More, said she was delighted with the increase in ranking and industry recognition – which she attributed to the hard work and passion of her staff, and University investment in the faculty.
“We are committed to developing a quality MBA program which provides an enriched learning experience, quality academic staff with a focus on responsible, ethical and sustainable business decision making,” she said.
“Our MBA is proving very popular with professionals across all industries, and is one Australia’s fastest growing programs.”
The GMAA is the national association for graduates having postgraduate management qualifications, largely MBAs.