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.
In a world that is faster, more uncertain and more global, Melbourne Business School has graduate programs that meet the needs of business professionals at critical stages of their careers.
Melbourne Business School is where academic rigour and the relevance of the business world come together to equip emerging leaders with the knowledge, research insights and skill to lead and make an impact.
Rankings and accreditation
When choosing a university in which to earn your degree, you want to know that at the end of your study, you can work anywhere in the world.
Living in Melbourne
Melbourne Business School is located in the heart of Melbourne – one of the world’s most liveable and culturally diverse communities. Melbourne’s official language is English, however more than 100 languages are spoken by the city’s residents.
Our portfolio ranges from programs for new graduates and early career professionals, to budding entrepreneurs and those taking the next step to lead organisations.
Our MBA suite recognises that managers deliver results through and with others. This is why the cohort experience, networking opportunities and career support services are an integral, carefully crafted part of the MBS experience.
Our Executive MBA suite enables senior leaders to unify and broaden their skill set to effectively lead organisations.
If you are a business professional pursuing a deep specialisation in Accounting, Actuarial Studies, Economics or Finance, you will be learning from people at the top of their fields. Our programs equip emerging leaders with the knowledge, research insights and personal effectiveness skills to make an impact on business as well as the public and not-for-profit sectors. At MBS we will teach you to manage yourself, your team, your function and your organisation.
Your education is about so much more than your current job or aspirations. A broad range of core and elective subjects means you can not only explore subject areas in depth, but test and develop new talents and areas of expertise.
Professor Ian Harper
Dean, Melbourne Business School
Co-Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics