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Australian Graduate Business Schools in Australia

  • Overview - Australian Graduate Business Schools
  • Bond University Business School
  • Griffith University Business School
  • James Cook University Business School
  • Macquarie University Business School
  • Monash University Business School
  • University of Melbourne Business School
  • University of Newcastle Business School
  • University of Queensland Business School
  • University of Sydney Business School

Macquarie University Graduate Business School

Established as part of Macquarie University in 1969, Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM), is the longest continuously operating business school in New South Wales, Australia. With campuses in Macquarie Park in North Ryde, Sydney CBD, Singapore, and Hong Kong, the school has earned an enviable reputation over the years as one of Australasia's leading centres of excellence in management education.

The Business School is ranked No. 1 in New South Wales, No.3 in Australia, and No. 49 in the world by the The Economist “Which MBA?” 2014 rankings survey.

Macquarie University’s MBA and postgraduate courses have received the prestigious AACSB accreditation and are ranked number 1 globally for post-MBA increase in salary and No. 2 globally for post-MBA salary*. More than 80 per cent of Macquarie Graduate School of Management full-time students are employed within 3 months of graduation.

The Macquarie Graduate School of Management's is actually famous for its actuarial studies courses, and their actuarial program has been running longer than any other in Australia. Macquarie's areas of expertise extend to financial risk, working futures, ethics, corporate governance, applied finance, management, demographics, economics and marketing.

Additionally, Macquarie's Applied Finance Centre (AFC) offers the world's largest postgraduate finance program, the Master of Applied Finance, which can be studied in Sydney, Melbourne, Beijing, Singapore or Tokyo.

Macquarie Graduate School of Management Departments

Accounting and Corporate Governance
Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies
Economics
Marketing and Management
Centre for the Health Economy

Macquarie University Graduate Business School Degrees

Master of Accounting
Master of Actuarial Practice
Master of Applied Finance
Master of Commerce (Majors include Accounting and Finance, Actuarial Studies, Business, Corporate Governance, Financial Crime and Governance, Information Systems and Technology, or Marketing)
Master of Economics
Master of International Business
Master of International Business with Master of Arts (International Communication)
Master of International Business with Master of International Relations
Master of International Trade and Commerce Law
Graduate Certificate in Business
Graduate Certificate in Marketing
Graduate Certificate in Information Systems and Technology
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Management
Master of Social Entrepreneurship

*The Economist “Which MBA?” survey 2013

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