The Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) has broken into the top 50 MBA programs in the world in the recently published 2014 ‘Which MBA?’ rankings survey conducted by The Economist.
This year sees an upward move of six places to number 49 for MGSM and marks the first time the school has appeared in the top 50. Conducted annually, this survey directly compares the MBA programs from leading international business schools from around the world.
The result reflects a strong support base in the region with a ranking of number 5 in the Asia and Australasia region and sees the school maintain its number 1 ranking in New South Wales. MGSM has also achieved an impressive global ranking of 3 for an increase on a graduate’s pre-MBA salary.
Dean of MGSM Professor Alex Frino said, “This outstanding result gives us every reason to be proud of our School – our students, our alumni, our faculty and our staff – all of whom have shown great dedication to the school’s success. This is what we have been working towards and it is great to see it reflected in the results.”
This is the 12th time The Economist has published these rankings, which are compiled including the following indicators:
- new career opportunities
- educational experience
- increase in salary.
These indicators are identified by students themselves as being important and reflect the well-rounded approach of the MGSM’s MBA program. Find out more about Macquarie’s MBA program.
Read more about MGSM’s rankings in The Economist.