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ECU receives high recognition from the Graduate Management Association of Australia

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

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ECU’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) has received five stars in the 2010 Graduate Management Association of Australia’s (GMAA) Star Rating, which rates the quality of MBA programs offered across Australia.

This is the first time that the GMAA has awarded ECU’s MBA five stars, with the results mirroring the continued strong rating performance of the MBA by the Good Universities Guide.

Director of Graduate Studies from the Faculty of Business and Law, Associate Professor Gary Chittick believes the results, which are based on a range of performance criteria including the views of our alumni, place ECU’s MBA among the top 8 MBA’s in Australia.

“It is very pleasing to be ranked amongst the best in Australia and these results are due recognition for ECU’s management education program,” said Professor Chittick.

“This high praise highlights ECU’s commitment to continually developing courses at a highly recognised national level, producing quality graduates who have the personal and professional attributes required for today’s business world.”

For more information on the GMAA Star Rating or Good Universities Guide (MBA edition) results, contact the Faculty of Business and Law’s Student Information Office on business&law@ecu.edu.au

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