Since 1955, Melbourne Business School has been developing the skills and knowledge of business leaders in Melbourne and around the world.
We’re the University of Melbourne’s graduate school in business and economics, jointly owned by the business community (55 per cent) and the University (45 per cent), with our leadership reporting to an independent board of directors that includes top CEOs and academics.
Topics of research include developing new text-mining techniques, new security analytics methods, understanding the shareholder value of investments in analytics, developing new customer lifetime value models and optimising supply chains.
As a Melbourne Business School student, we provide you with a range of opportunities to start the next stage of your career, through careers coaching, industry events, résumé reviews, LinkedIn training, networking workshops and mock interviews that are tailored to your unique circumstances and career ambitions.
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The FIRCG conference is held at Melbourne Business School, which can provide accommodation on campus.There are a limited number of ensuite, double-hotel rooms onsite at Melbourne Business School.Rate types are as follows (inclusive of GST):Room only $115 per person, per night (without breakfast)An additional person in room is $55 per dayBed & Breakfast is $145 per person, per nightAn additional person in room with breakfast is $85 per day
Life at Melbourne Business School isn’t just about what happens in class. Our students study hard, but they play hard as well.
Student have the opportunity to engage and connect through student clubs. Academic clubs are on offer, such as the Consulting Club, which teaches you techniques to land a job in consulting and provides networking opportunities as well as social clubs.
The Student Representative Council (SRC) organises a number of student events each term that allow you to get involved in campus culture and meet new people.
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