CQUniversity's MBA continues to climb global rankings
Published:17 February 2022
CQUniversity’s MBA is one of the best in the world, maintaining the Tier 1 position of CEO Magazine’s 2022 global MBA rankings.
CQUniversity’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) has maintained its Tier One worldwide ranking for the sixth year in a row and jumped two places in the rankings to enter a top 40 position.
CEO Magazine's 2022 Global MBA Rankings have been released and features 347 MBA, Executive MBA and Online MBA programs from 27 countries.
CQU’s MBA ranked at number 39 for the Global Online MBA - a two-spot jump from number 41 last year.
CQUniversity Dean of School of Business and Law, Professor Lee Di Milia said the result also sees CQU rank at number 10 in Australia.
“CQUniversity has been delivering a world-class MBA course for many years and we are thrilled to once again see it ranked highly in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings,” Prof Di Milia said.
Entirely geared and weighted to fact-based criteria, the CEO Magazine rankings provide prospective students with a performance benchmark.
“Our highly functional MBA is delivered by highly qualified course leaders with real-world business and public sector experience to support career advancement. This ranking success is a testament to their hard work and dedication,” Prof Di Milia said.
CQUniversity’s MBA is available online as well as at campuses in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney in face-to-face and mixed modes.
The complete CEO Magazine Global MBA Rankings 2022 can be viewed HERE.