The AGSM MBA Program has been ranked as the leading full-time MBA in Australia and 32nd in the world in the Financial Times' (UK) 2009 ranking of the top 100 global MBA programs.
This is the tenth consecutive year the AGSM MBA Program, which is delivered by the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales, has ranked in the top 100 MBA programs worldwide.
The AGSM MBA rank of 32 is a seven place improvement on last year. The main driver of the overall ranking score is the career success of alumni, especially salary progression. Particular areas of strength in the survey results are the career progression of AGSM alumni, aims achieved and value for money.
Professor Wai Fong Chua, Acting Dean of the Australian School of Business said: "I would like to congratulate our AGSM alumni for their career success in such a competitive and volatile environment. This strong result is testament to their outstanding skills and capabilities.
"The AGSM MBA Program has gone from strength to strength, continuing to attract a highly talented and diverse group of students from around the world."
The 2009 Financial Times survey ranks Wharton and London Business School as the world's leading business schools, followed by Harvard and Columbia.
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