The Abercrombie Business School spiral stairwell at the University of Sydney.

Sydney ranked among top Business Schools in the Asia-Pacific

3 December 2018
The University of Sydney was confirmed among the top business schools in the 2018 Financial Times Asia-Pacific Rankings released today.

Ranked 15th in the Asia Pacific Region, the University of Sydney Business School’s rankings success reflects the School’s reputation as a leading education provider.

In welcoming the news, Dean of the Business School Professor Greg Whitwell said Sydney is committed to delivering on ‘business not as usual’ in both education and research.

Professor Gregory Whitwell, Dean of the University of Sydney Business School.

Professor Gregory Whitwell, Dean of the University of Sydney Business School.

“To inspire and enable the leaders of tomorrow, the University of Sydney Business School has committed to providing a transformative experience in global business and management education that will equip our students with the skills they need to succeed,” said Professor Whitwell.

“Our community of students, partners and researchers are preparing for the future of work and are developing solutions to real-world problems, of which we are incredibly proud.”

In its second year, the Financial Times Asia-Pacific Rankings measure performance in several rankings released throughout the year including the MBA and Masters of Management.

The University of Sydney’s Master of Management was ranked first in Australia for the sixth year running in the Financial Times’ rankings released in September.

Professor Whitwell said, “The results are particularly pleasing given thousands of postgraduate management programs are offered by universities throughout the world”.

The Financial Times ranked the top 25 business schools in the Americas and Asia-Pacific and published a separate ranking for Europe. The full list of 2018 Americas and Asia-Pacific rankings is available here

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