As a leader in business strategy, franchising and change management, Maurice Roussety brings not just an unusual depth of experience to every organisation he encounters but is also equipped with an exceptional level of post graduate education at the highest level. Rounding out his extensive experience is the equally impressive education he has received under the wide umbrella of business practices.
- From 1981 to 1985, Maurice Roussety attended the prestigious Monash University in Victoria, Australia where he studied accounting and economics as an under graduate.
- From 2008 to 2012, Maurice Roussety earned a Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) from the University of New England, New South Wales, Australia with a Distinction grade average.
- From 2008 to 2010, Maurice Roussety studied Management and was awarded a Graduate Certificate In Management from the University of New England, New South Wales, Australia.
- From 2010 to 2013, Maurice Roussety also earned his Master of Leadership degree (MLed.) in Change Management with a Distinction grade average. His thesis titled Follow the leader- the game we’ve all played. But, do leaders and followers really behave differently in organisations was successfully accepted by the University of New England, New South Wales, Australia and supervised by leading author and academic Professor Ray W. Cooksey and Dr. Peter McClenaghan.
- From 2011 to 2014, Maurice Roussety earned his Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) by submitting a seminal thesis in Intellectual Property and Franchise Goodwill Valuation from Griffith University in Queensland, Australia. His thesis titled- An Integrated Economic Model for the Evaluation of Franchise Systems- A Synthesis of Agency and Finance Theories. was supervised by pre-eminent Professors Lorelle Frazer and Evan Douglas also from Griffith University.
Maurice Roussety’s education and his remarkable industry experience result in a businessman capable of tremendous innovation, motivation and diplomacy. He is fully aware of the obstacles and demands that are placed on business today, and charges forward head-first armed with extraordinary assertiveness, an acutely high ability to mentor others while also implementing cohesive, productive relationships.
About the Universities
Griffith is ranked in the top 5% of universities worldwide known for its world-class research, expert knowledge and industry connections.
In four of the largest and most credible world university rankings, Griffith is rated in the top 400:
- Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU): 361
- QS World University Rankings: 329
- CWTS Leiden Ranking: 323
- University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP): 382
University of New England
The University of New England has maintained its reputation for excellence by again achieving a five-star (maximum) rating for Overall Satisfaction in the 2016 Good Universities Guide.
- UNE academic staff were awarded five stars for Teaching Quality. A five-star rating in these categories means that UNE students rated their university experience better than students from 80% of other universities.
- UNE has been awarded four stars for Social Equity, a proudly-received nod to the University's commitment to one of its core values: inclusiveness.
- UNE’s Postgraduate students rated UNE another five stars for Success in Getting a Job and four stars for Graduate Starting Salary.
Each year, Hobsons compiles extensive data on each of Australia's universities to indicate where they stand in various categories relating to student experience, quality and quantity of staff, student demographics, international students and university income. The data collected is based upon extensive surveys and interviews, as well as information publicly released by universities.
Monash, takes its reputation seriously. Monash has achieved an enviable national and international reputation for research and teaching excellence in a short 50 years. Monash is ranked in the top one per cent of world universities. And, in line with its vision and strategy for the future, Monash will continue to drive for improvement.
Monash is ranked:
- In the top one per cent of world universities – 73rd in the world – according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2015–2016)
- In the top 150 world universities, with an estimated rank of 115th according to the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014.
- Leaders from the world's most successful companies consistently rate Monash as a preferred university from which to hire graduates. Global Employability Rankings, 2011–2014, New York Times.
- Ranked 33rd in the world from which to hire graduates (Global Employability University Rankings, 2014).