CQU's MBA ranked as Tier One course in CEO Magazine global rankings

02 May 2023

CQUniversity’s online MBA course has been named in the top 10 MBA’s in Australia and 29th in the world by CEO Magazine.

The US-based publication released its annual Global MBA rankings after analysing the courses from 121 schools across the US, Europe, Asia, Latin America, New Zealand and Australia.

The rankings took into account the quality of faculty, international diversity, accreditation, faculty-to-student ratio, price, work experience, professional development and delivery methods.

Of the nine Australian schools which placed in the rankings, CQU was ranked second in the world or in ‘Tier One’.

CQU’s Dean of the School of Business and Law Professor Lee Di Milia said the ranking was proof of the relevancy of CQU’s MBA, which is delivered in mixed mode (online and face-to-face).

“CEO Magazine has ranked us as Tier one business school for several years and this speaks to the consistency of our performance,” Prof Di Milia said.

“However, we do not take this status for granted. We regularly review our course with our industry partners to ensure we stay abreast of developments in industry and government.”

He added at the School “prides itself on delivering no-fuss high educational experiences to our students”.

“All our team have industry experience and therefore can assist in identifying and removing the organisational obstacles that impede innovation,” he said.

The Australian Institute of Business' MBA program ranked first nationwide, followed by Central Queensland University, Griffith University, La Trobe, Macquarie Business School and RMIT.

Full details of the rankings can be found in the latest issue of CEO Magazine.