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Shared values, sharing ideas at the sixth Annual MBA World Summit hosted by AGSM

AGSM @ UNSW Business School recently hosted the sixth annual MBA World Summit, 

welcoming 100 of the world’s top MBA students to exchange ideas, create social impact, build bridges between cultures, and make lasting and powerful connections.

“When you bring diverse, inspiring people together in one place, there will always be innovation and progress,” said Thomas Fuchs, co-founder of the Summit.

He and co-founder Yannick Reiss, from global networking company QX-Quarterly Crossing, 

selected the brightest MBA minds from top business schools around the world to explore current and 

future global challenges in three-days of immersive presentations, laboratory sessions and networking



Top 10 world ranking for UNSW Marketing Professor

Professor Harald Van Heerde from UNSW Business School achieves highest ever placing in prestigious Marketing Research Productivity Lists.

“This is the best ranking I have ever had, having been in the top 10 for a while now –

 I’m very happy to be representing this part of the world and UNSW at that level,” Professor Harald Van Heerde said.

The Marketing Research Productivity Lists are based on the number of articles written in the top four journals over the past 10 years.

UNSW Sydney is the only Australian university to feature an academic in the top 20 positions of the list which ranks Author Productivity in the Premier Marketing Journals (2009-2018)…


 

Top research results for UNSW Business School

UNSW Business School's performance rating has exceeded world standards for its research according to a report published by Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA).

ERA is Australia's national research evaluation framework, it identifies and promotes excellence across the full spectrum of research activity in Australia's higher education institutions.

Ratings are awarded out of five and UNSW was one of only four institutions to receive a rating of four or five in all research fields that were assessed, 

indicating performance 'above' or 'well above world standard'.

UNSW Sydney's average score of 4.8 was the highest in Australia…

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