RMIT has been awarded a 5-star rating by the Graduate Management Association of Australia for its MBA (Executive).
The historic Emily McPherson College Building is the home of RMIT’s top-rated EMBA and MBA programs.
The University’s MBA (Executive) program is one of only two in Australia that received the top GMAA rating in 2014.
RMIT’s MBA program has also been awarded a 4-star rating.
The annual GMAA Star Rating is a detailed quality assessment of the top business schools in Australia.
It is recognised across the nation as a rigorous and independent evaluation of Australian business schools, an assessment of great benefit to prospective MBA students, and a valuable contribution to the enhancement of MBA, Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and other postgraduate management qualifications.
RMIT’s improved ratings are a result of recent enhancements to both MBA programs including changes to entry requirements and strengthened links with industry.
Professor Mark Farrell, Head of the Graduate School of Business and Law, said: “The GMAA ratings are a reflection of the high calibre of our students and staff.
“This is an independent and external mark of the quality of our programs and firmly cements us among the top business schools in Australia.
“The Graduate School of Business and Law is committed to ensuring our students are exposed to cutting-edge theory and practice, and our MBA programs provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be successful in business.“
The MBA (Executive) offers working professionals a highly flexible learning experience that fosters leadership, strategic thinking and corporate responsibility.
Students have access to study options in Vietnam, international study tours, online study through Open Universities Australia and intensive course delivery.