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Old 04-15-2008, 03:57 AM   #1
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Perception of Australian & EQUIS-accredited Business Degrees

A) How do you perceive Australian government-funded universities and their degrees? Do you perceive them to be:
1) Better than regionally accredited US universities;
2) As good as regionally accredited US universities;
3) Inferior to regionally accredited US universities?

B) How do you perceive EQUIS-accredited universities and their degrees? Do you perceive them to be:
1) Better than AACSB accredited US universities;
2) As good as AACSB accredited US universities;
3) Inferior to AACSB accredited US universities?

C) How do you perceive Australian government-funded universities and their degrees? Do you perceive them to be:
1) Better than DETC accredited US online universities;
2) As good as DETC accredited US online universities;
3) Inferior to DETC accredited US online universities?
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A. Better.

B. Better.

C. Better.
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A. Better.

B. Better.

C. Better.
But don't Americans feel they are superior to the rest of the world? Why would you feel that Australian degrees are better than American ones?
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I'm not going to argue with you. You asked for perceptions (which are inherently subjective), and I offered mine.
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