Top tier ranking for RMIT’S MBA courses

Top tier ranking for RMIT’S MBA courses

RMIT has upheld a strong performance in CEO Magazine’s global ranking, with the University’s MBA courses ranked among the best globally.

RMIT's MBA programs continue to perform in global rankings.

The survey revealed RMIT’s Executive MBA received a Tier One ranking and was the second highest ranked Australian program behind the University of Woolongong.

RMIT sustained a Tier One ranking in the Global Online category, with the EMBA and MBA online programs ranking 19th and 28th, respectively.

David Goodwin, MBA Director in the Graduate School of Business and Law was thrilled with the University’s performance.

"RMIT is delighted to have achieved Tier One rankings for its Executive MBA, MBA, Online EMBA and Online MBA programs in the CEO Magazine 2018 Global Rankings,” he said.

“This is the third consecutive year we have had programs ranked Tier One by CEO Magazine."

CEO Magazine bases the annual MBA rankings upon key performance indicators including:

  • Quality of Faculty
  • International Diversity
  • Class Size
  • Accreditation
  • Faculty to Student Ratio
  • Price
  • International Exposure
  • Work Experience
  • Professional Development
  • Gender Parity
  • Delivery methods

The above indicators assist prospective students in assessing schools under review, using a ranking system geared and weighted to fact-based criteria. CEO Magazine through their annual MBA rankings aim to provide a performance benchmark and an easily understood review of top ranked programs, among a progressively congested market.

The publication has published the global rankings since 2012, with RMIT continually being well represented.

The complete Global MBA Rankings 2018 can be viewed online

Story: Maddy Pattison

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