Australasia’s Peak Body for MBAs

MBA Australasia (MBAus for short, and pronounced “MBA oz”) is a not-for-profit organisation with a long history of support students and graduates of management disciplines. Our mission at MBAus is to promote the standing and enhance the value of MBA, DBA and other postgraduate management qualifications.

Ways we support the MBA community



Networking is a key factor for MBA and business success. We help to bring the community together through events and outreach.


Acknowledging and rewarding present and future talent through annual awards and sponsorship helps to elevate individuals and the qualification at large.


Supporting continuous development through program evaluation and ongoing learning opportunities help to keep the MBA community up-to-date and succeeding.


In addition to our annual conference and Graduate Management Awards nights, MBAus hosts a range of webinars and networking events to support the MBA community, and provide ongoing networking opportunities.

Past Events

8 July, 2020

MBAus 2019 Conference

Hosted in Brisbane at the Mercure Hotel, over 100 MBA graduates and students converged to explore topics related to Industry 4.0 and its implication. With delegates […]
2 August, 2019

2019 Annual Awards

A chemical engineer, turned social entrepreneur, turned Global Shaper, turned consultant has been recognised as the country’s Most Outstanding MBA Graduate at the inaugural Graduate Management […]

MBA Success Podcast

Join our hosts, Ross Barclay and Chris Jacko, as they interview some of the best and brightest MBA graduates on our MBA Success podcast.

GMAA & MBAus merged

GMAA Ltd formally announces that it has changed its name, and after negotiations, has merged with MBAus. To reflect the Company’s new direction, it is delighted to announce its new name: MBA Australasia Ltd, ie shortened to: MBAus with a new matching logo. The MBAus President, Maxwell Gratton said, “The MBA Australasia name reflects the Company’s bold direction and its position as the preeminent association for professionals that hold a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.  Dr Darryl Gauld OAM, Auxiliary President, MBAus said, “We took the merger proposal to members and are delighted with the vote of confidence, in accepting the Board’s Memorandum of Understanding. It had been mooted throughout the past decade, to also change ‘Australia’ in its name, to ‘Australasia’.” This expansion has resulted from requests from overseas education providers, to join the MBAus 5-Star Ratings and continued requests from individual members.

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