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MBA Colleges in Oceania

Formed by 14 countries, Oceania is the smallest continent on Earth, occupying an area of ​​approximately 8.5 million square kilometers. The continental economy presents a great disparity, a fact that can be analyzed through the difference in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the countries of this region.

Australia and New Zealand have a high degree of socioeconomic development, being among the richest countries and with the best quality of life on the planet. These two nations have strong industrialization and highly mechanized agriculture. The other countries have little economy, based on agriculture. Tourism is developed in virtually all countries.

The diversified Australian industrial park boosts the national economy, with emphasis on the segments of: chemistry, metallurgy, steel, petrochemical, machinery and equipment, etc. Mining is another important sector for raising financial resources. This activity is developed through the extraction of bauxite, gold, iron, lead and manganese.

New Zealand, the second richest nation on the continent, has a high level of industrialization (food, processing, metallurgical, steel, petrochemical, etc.). It also houses large reserves of oil, coal and natural gas. Another highlight of the national economy is the flocks of sheep, goats, cattle and pigs, boosting the production of wool, meat and dairy products.

The other twelve nations (Fiji, Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Micronesia, Nauru, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu), unlike Australia and New Zealand, have a low degree of industrialization and little economy developed. The main activities to raise income are tourism, agriculture, with subsistence plantations and export monocultures, especially coconut, cocoa, coffee, cassava and bananas, in addition to fishing. Visit the official website of Abbreviationfinder.org to find abbreviations starting or ending with Australia.

Welcome to the top MBA directory in Australia and New Zealand. We have created the list of best Oceania business colleges that provide BBA, MBA or DBA programs. Most business schools offer full-time, part-time and executive education. Such rankings are based on the student surveys, alumni reviews, admissions profiles, employment rates, average starting salary and peer school assessment. To find out detailed information about admissions and career about each school in Oceania, just follow the link below.

Ranking School Name Length Location Country
1 University of Melbourne 12 months Melbourne Australia
2 Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW 16 months Sydney Australia
3 Monash University 22 months Melbourne Australia
4 UQ Business School 18 months Brisbane Australia
5 MGSM Macquarie 24 months Sydney Australia
6 University of Western Australia Business School 12 months Perth Australia
7 Australian National University 18 months Canberra Australia
8 Deakin University 18 months Melbourne Australia
9 Otago 15-24 months Dunedin New Zealand
10 RMIT University School of Business 24 months Melbourne Australia
Note: Australia and New Zealand are the two largest countries in the continent of Oceania. According to Countryaah, there are other 12 countries where there is no famous business MBA programs.
 

MBA Colleges in Oceania


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