Four subjects at Waikato Management School ranked in world’s top 250
14 March 2017
Waikato Management School leads the country for having the greatest number of business subjects ranked in the world’s top 250 universities.
Four of the business subject areas offered at Waikato have been ranked in the world’s top 250 universities, out of more than 4,400 institutions in 126 countries, according to the latest QS World University Rankings by Subject 2017.
The results demonstrate the all-round international calibre of academic programmes at Waikato Management School, across a wide range of business disciplines.
The subject of Hospitality and Leisure Management, part of the marketing department at Waikato Management School, is now recognised as a global leader, placing 24th in the world.
The subject rankings for Waikato Management School are as follows:
- Hospitality and Leisure Management (24th in the world)
- Accounting & Finance (top 101-150)
- Business & Management Studies (top 201-250)
- Economics & Econometrics (top 201-250)
The globally influential QS World University Rankings help prospective students to identify the world’s top-performing universities in each of 46 different subject disciplines.
The QS rankings are based on a number of factors, including academic reputation, research citations and impact, and employer reputation. Scores are based on survey responses from more than 305,000 academics and 194,000 employers worldwide.
”These outstanding results reflect the international quality of our academic research, and the high esteem that employers have for our graduates, both in New Zealand and overseas,” says Professor Tim Coltman, Dean of Waikato Management School.
Professor Coltman took up his new role as Dean of Waikato Management School in January this year and has more than 30 years’ experience in business and academia. He has a deep interest in the process of managing innovation, and is passionate about research that makes a difference to business and society.
Before joining Waikato he was a professor in the School of Management, Operations and Marketing at the University of Wollongong in Australia for nearly 17 years, where he raised more than $13 million in research funding. Prior to that he worked as a senior project manager, consultant, systems engineer, surveyor and fireman.