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The Deakin Graduate School of Business has scored top marks yet again, with a 5-star rating in 2012 from the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) for the Deakin Master of Business Administration and Master of Business Administration (International) programs.
Professor Ross Chapman, Head of the Deakin Graduate School of Business (pictured right) said: 'We go to great lengths to ensure we provide one of the best, most flexible MBA programs in Australia.'
'The Deakin MBA produces great outcomes for our students. Recent research points to positive benefits for their career aspirations and personal growth, with over 80% of our graduates experiencing advancement in their careers. Our students and alumni speak very positively about our subjects and knowledgeable and passionate staff members - we are very proud of our teaching staff and students,' he said.
Professor Gael McDonald, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Business and Law, was equally complimentary: 'Deakin prides itself on the quality of its teaching and learning. In addition our Faculty of Business and Law is undergoing a globally-recognised and prestigious accreditation process with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). We are committed to engaging with our students and partners in the provision of flexible programs and relevant research.'
'The assessment is more than about teaching, and takes an in-depth look at the entire postgraduate program,' said Dr Terry Boulter, MBA Program Director.
'We also focus on things which matter to our students, such as facilities, entry requirements, diversity of the academic staff and more importantly our industry linkages and research.'
'We know our students want practical learning and real experiences. Together with our industry linkages, study tours overseas, experiential learning opportunities and flexible delivery modes, we are able to help our students define themselves and their career goals.'
The GMAA is the national association for graduates having postgraduate management qualifications, predominantly MBAs.