Melbourne Business School (MBS) is the University of Melbourne’s graduate school in business and economics. Founded in 1963, we are a leading provider of management education in the Asia Pacific region.
The war in Ukraine, COVID-19 and climate change are fuelling a growing global food crisis. Dr Medo Pournader warns that export bans implemented to maintain domestic food prices could result in further price hikes.
For many international students, choosing where to study can be a challenge. It means comparing rankings, finding out about the culture and educational system of a country, speaking to their family and friends, and in some cases visiting. The choice is often split between the United States, the United Kingdom, and studying here, in Australia. Jenna Oh did her undergraduate studies in the United States, now, she’s come to Melbourne, where she’s currently studying the Master of Management (Accounting).
Melbourne Business School provides students with the opportunity to undertake an internship while crediting their experience as a subject in their degree. Students can either source their own internship or apply for a university-sourced opportunity. We spoke to both Alex Mullins (Strategic Partnerships Program Manager at the CSIRO) and Master of Management student, Hasini Ilangaratne, who completed an internship with the CSIRO in 2021.
With climate change propelling our planet to a tipping point, University of Melbourne students are devising solutions to combat climate change and protect the planet.
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Please note: The information sessions listed here do not cover the Master of Business Administration (MBA) suite of programs. For our MBA-specific events, please visit the MBS.edu website.