Issue 1
Monday, 27 February 2017
Charles Darwin University
E-news
Dr Aggie Wegner: “The Business School is in an exciting growth stage”
Dr Aggie Wegner: “The Business School is in an exciting growth stage”

Business School ‘among the best’

By Patrick Nelson

The School of Business has been ranked among the world’s 1000 best for the first time. 

The Paris-based Eduniversal Rankings Agency has awarded CDU “Two Palmes of Excellence”, noting that it has a “good business school with strong regional influence”.

Business School Deputy Head Dr Aggie Wegner said it was a compliment that would add energy to the start of what is shaping up to be another busy year.

“I am grateful to the large international student cohort and our staff whose dedication and commitment helped us achieve the two palmes.”

Dr Wegner said the Business School at the Darwin Waterfront was progressing through an exciting growth stage, with all courses being offered in Sydney, Melbourne and Darwin.

Eduniversal has evaluated academic institutions from around the world for the past decade. 

The organisation said its methodology was formulated in 2007 to establish a global mapping system that took account of the international influence and reputation of each academic institution.

The most recent rankings, released late last year, contain business schools from 154 countries, including 33 from Australia.

For the Eduniversal ranking methodology visit: W: eduniversal-ranking.com/methodology/official-selection-of-the-best-business-schools.html