What's new at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management
Since they opened their doors in 1969, Macquarie Graduate School of Management has grown to become Sydney’s leading business school and one of the top global business schools in the world*.
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 number 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.
Macquarie Business School has also cemented their reputation as one of Australia’s most connected business schools and the school enjoys relationships with universities all around the world, including ESSEC in France, and European Business School in Germany.
The school has recently signed a formal partnership with Tsinghua University’s People’s Bank of China School of Finance—the first such agreement signed between an Australian university and the prestigious Chinese graduate school.
Macquarie Business School students are benefitting from the school’s growing relationship with China and, as part of their exchange agreement with Tsinghua University’s People’s Bank of China School of Finance, five MBA students will travel to China in June to complete a Summer School program.
The school is also pleased to welcome 15 students from China’s ICBC (Industrial and Commercial Bank of China) who will be in Australia for nine months as part of the ICBC’s new Leadership Development Program. This is a tremendous honour as this is the first time they have sent a delegation to Australia for their new initiative.
Macquarie Graduate School of Management offers a truly inclusive, global education and they are delighted to see their global partnerships grow and develop. The school is committed to further building their engagement and collaboration with their Asia-Pacific neighbours, and China in particular, to provide all students with a prestigious and progressive business education experience.
*The Economist “Which MBA?” survey 2013.
Master of Business Administration at Macquarie Business School
Degree: Master of Business Administration
Degree type: Graduate-entry program (1 year)
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Semester intakes: January and June
Application deadline: While there is no official application deadline, it is recommended that you submit your complete application at least three months in advance of the program’s start date.