Griffith MBA remains among best in the world
The Griffith MBA program has again proven to be a global success, with CEO magazine reporting the innovative degree as one of the best not only in Australia but also the world.
The Griffith MBA was ranked in the top five in Australia in CEO magazine’s Global MBA rankings for 2016, rising one position. In the online learning space, this move sees Griffith firmly within the top 20 globally, ranking at number 13, and second within Australia.
Griffith MBA Director, Associate Professor Chris Fleming said that this result cements the Griffith MBA as a clear leader on the global stage.
“With a record number of business schools involved in the ranking process, this result confirms the Griffith MBA is more than holding its own in a very competitive global environment,” he said.
“Our focus on the changing needs of the modern student is clearly bringing benefits for all involved.”
The CEO magazine Global MBA rankings have been developed with students at its core and aim to examine the inner workings of an MBA program. These include elements such as international diversity, gender ratio, class size, tuition fees, delivery methods, and faculty.
CEO Magazine’s Group Editor-in-Chief, Alexandra Skinner, said that the program’s objective was simple: “To identify schools which marry exceptional quality with great return on investment.”
Alon Rozen, Dean of the triple-accredited École des Ponts Business School in Paris, described the CEO Magazine Global Rankings as “a ranking system that values sense over cents”.
This notion is paralleled within the three core values which underpin and set the Griffith MBA apart - responsible leadership, sustainable business practice and global orientation.
This result further reinforces recognition for the Griffith MBA, after it was ranked fourth in Australia in the 2015 Financial Review BOSS Magazine MBA survey and achieved top results in the GMAA 5-Star rankings in 2015.