Yes, it does. As a university with one of the world’s highest-ranking MBA programs, we’re obviously a little bit biased. But the results and alumni success stories really do speak for themselves.
Firstly, attending a face-to-face MBA program provides networking opportunities and shared learning moments that simply can’t be replicated in an online course.
Secondly, it’s the teachers and peers that make or break an MBA. If you’re not learning from bright business minds and innovative thinkers, what’s the point? And if you’re not studying alongside students with diverse worldviews and big ideas, how can you truly challenge your own thinking?
UQ’s MBA program is ranked first in the world for student quality – a testament to how much your peers will push and elevate your mindset. Our MBA teachers are proven business leaders who will provide you with the insights and innovative approaches to take your career to the next level.
Ultimately, you should enrol in an MBA that will build your network, expand your thinking and enhance your potential – not a program that just puts the letters ‘MBA’ after your name. So, yes, it absolutely matters where you get your MBA from.