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Ranking and Accreditation

The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and UTS Business School are formally recognised nationally and internationally as providing the highest quality university education.

UTS Business School has been ranked No.1 in Australia by Thomson Reuters for research impact in economics and business over a four-year period.

Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) – administered by the Australian Research Council for the Federal Government – rates UTS Business School as “above world standard” and “well above world standard” in research areas such as applied economics, accounting, auditing, business and management. 

QS Stars 2015

Globally, our ranking in the top 50 for Accounting & Finance and top 100 for Management & Business Studies, and Economics & Econometrics in the 2016 QS World University Rankings place us among the world’s leading universities.

We are the first business school in Australia to be awarded five stars in the QS Stars Business Schools, recognising UTS internationally for its
high performance in research, graduate employability, teaching quality and infrastructure.

AACSB

In addition, we are one of a select number of elite business schools worldwide with accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which represents the highest standard of quality and achievement for business schools worldwide.

Why is accreditation important?

Accreditation confirms our commitment to quality and continuous improvement through rigorous and comprehensive peer review. It demonstrates our commitment to being benchmarked against international standards.

Along with our continuing engagement with industry, this external focus helps to ensure our programs remain relevant and up to date and that they match the standards of the top institutions in our fields.

Accreditation also provides public reinforcement of the reputation of our degrees, which assists graduates from our programs as they take their practical and creative skills out into the workplace.

Facts and Figures

Business School students and graduations (2015)

Research students and graduations (2015)

 StudentsGraduations
PhD12219


Postgraduate Coursework students and Graduations (2015)

 STUDENTSGRADUATIONS
MBA784255
EXECUTIVE MBA6324
MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING508246
MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTING (EXTENSION)705215
MASTER OF FINANCIAL ANALYSIS243109
MASTER OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS4617
MASTER OF FINANCE405173
MASTER OF FINANCE (EXTENSION)8712
MASTER OF QUANTITATIVE FINANCE5814
MASTER OF MARKETING19174
MASTER OF MARKETING (EXTENSION)7622
MASTER OF STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT7322
MASTER OF STRATEGIC SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (Extension)102
MASTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT10341
MASTER OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (EXTENSION)387
MASTER OF MANAGEMENT10137
MASTER OF NOT-FOR-PROFIT AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISE Management12-
MASTER OF MANAGEMENT (ARTS, EVENT, SPORT, TOURISM)22290
MASTER OF MANAGEMENT (ARTS, EVENTS, SPORT, TOURISM) EXTENSION5014
TOTAL37751374

 

Undergraduate students and graduations (2015)

 StudentsGraduations
BACHELOR OF Business48691018
BACHELOR OF Business (Honours)2014
BACHELOR OF Business/
BACHELOR OF Arts in International Studies
18723
BACHELOR OF Business/
BACHELOR OF Creative Intelligence and Innovation
62-
BACHELOR OF Management48777
BACHELOR OF Management (Honours)1-
BACHELOR OF Management/
BACHELOR OF Arts in International Studies
649
BACHELOR OF Accounting (Co-op program)9314
BACHELOR OF Business (Shanghai)935410
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (INDIGENOUS)14NEW
Total67321565