Get involved, make new friends and gain industry connections with one of our affiliated clubs or societies.
Actuarial Students' Society
Bridges the gap between Actuarial students and industry through networking events, annual publications and professional development workshops.
AIESEC provides leadership opportunities through international volunteering and internships.
Accounting Students' Association
Provides opportunities for Accounting students to engage with respected industry and professional service sponsors.
Banking on Women
Premier investment banking club dedicated to female students which aims to empower young women by providing them with industry specific-education and developing their professional skills.
A pro-bono consulting group for technology start-ups and not-for-profits, BusinessOne empowers students to solve strategic challenges for real clients in multidisciplinary teams.
CAINZ is a commerce-centric, not-for-profit student organisation, established at the University of Melbourne in 2011 with the purpose of bridging classroom theory and industry practice.
Commerce Students' Society
The CSS aims to provide students with an environment to socialise among their peers and potential employers, to learn about and be exposed to industries interested in Commerce graduates, and to voice communications to the Faculty and Dean.
Economics Student Society of Australia
Engages like-minded students to join in the conversation to explore the unique appeal and relevance of Economics through their regular articles, debates and professional development events.
Emerging Markets Network
We specialise in the finance, economics and politics of developing societies. Our topics of interest include, China’s financial markets, economic development in Southeast Asia, and the intersecting geopolitics of the BRICS nations. We run educational events designed to bring students together with industry and expose them to potential career pathways related to emerging markets.
Non-profit student run organisation that drives social change through the power of sustainable business models.
Equity Research Association
The leading incubator of developing equity research skills in student analysts and to enhance students' abilities in valuing the prospects of the researched companies.
Finance Students' Association
The Finance Students' Association is a student-led group dedicated to providing our members with a holistic university experience and connecting them with Australia's finest investment managers, hedge funds and financial services firms.
Financial Management Association of Australia
Promotes career awareness and connects members with potential employers through events, workshops and competitions.
Global Consulting Group
Connects students to experienced professionals through pro-bono management consulting services for not-for-profit organisations.
International Commerce Students Society
A professional club dedicated to boosting students' academics, employability, networking, and global perspectives, composed of students from diverse backgrounds.
Melbourne Business School Student Association
The MBS Student Association (MBSSA) is the leading provider of social, professional development and volunteering events to all students at Melbourne Business School. Membership is free for all MBS Students.
Melbourne Microfinance Initiative
Provides pro-bono consulting services to microfinance institutions and empower students to make a difference.
Melbourne University Consulting Club
The Melbourne University Consulting Club aims to bridge the gap between your academic studies and the consulting industry. We provide insightful workshops and events that will teach the necessary skills to successfully enter into the consulting industry.
Student Association of Management and Marketing
Provides its members with opportunities to gain valuable industry insight, polished professional skills as well as build a network of connections.
University Network for Investing and Trading
Focuses on educating students about all things investing and trading. Their events are aimed at equipping students with the necessary knowledge and skills that bridge the gap between a university education and industry requirements.
Women in Commerce & Politics
Women in Commerce & Politics strives to improve the representation and visibility of female students in the areas of commerce and/or politics, both in academia and industry. We want to build a strong and supportive network of female students as well as serve as a bridge between students and industry professionals.
180 Degrees Consulting
Provides fundamental consulting skills and mentoring from top tier consulting firms to passionate students that seek an opportunity to make a difference in charities, not-for-profits and social enterprises.
Women in Economics Students Society
WESS encourages women to immerse themselves in economics while providing the knowledge needed to establish a successful career in economics. To facilitate this, we organise discussions, spread awareness, and get students involved in our events that cater for those looking to succeed in economics.
These resources are intended to provide useful guidance and links for committee members of the clubs and societies affiliated with the Faculty.
Affiliation with the Faculty
Applying for Affiliation: Applications are reviewed on an annual basis. Applications for 2023 affiliation have now opened and will close on November 27th, 11:55 pm (AEDT).
IMPORTANT: Only applications from UMSU or GSA-affiliated clubs will be considered.
FBE Clubs & Societies Handbook: This handbook outlines the policies and procedures that govern the affiliation of Clubs and Societies including details of affiliation, funding, club office and storage, corporate engagement and sponsorship, as well as promotion of events. At the start of each year, each club will be required to sign an agreement with the affiliation policy. Any breach of the policy may result in the club's disaffiliation.
Clubs' Office Space
The use of 131 Barry Street is for club members only. Allowing access to non-club members is against affiliation and may risk your clubs' access to the building.
Use of meeting rooms: The upstairs rooms are for club members to use for club-related activities including planning, meetings and interviews.
Cupboards: Each club has been allocated half of a storage cupboard. These are located in rooms 101 and 102 on the ground floor. All club items must be stored in these cupboards; anything that doesn't fit in the cupboard should not be stored at 131 Barry Street. The only exceptions to this are the fold-away tables which may be stored in the spaces next to the cupboards.
Lockers: Each club may use one red locker located at the end of the corridor on the ground floor. Ensure that your locker is clearly labelled with your club name. The PIN number to use the locks can be set by the clubs. If you need to gain entrance to your locker and do not know the code, you will need to contact security to reset the PIN via the Campus Security number 03 8344 6666. To avoid resetting your lock, use only one PIN and electronically record the PIN where it is accessible to committee members.
OH&S: Make sure that all windows and doors are closed and all lights are turned off when you exit the building. Do not store any food items in the storage areas. Throw away rubbish responsibly.
Accessibility: Should you have any concerns about accessibility to the clubs' office space, please email the FBE Clubs and Societies team at email@example.com so that we may further assist.
Room Bookings on Campus
Booking rooms on campus can be very difficult due to demand. Make sure you book as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment.
Availability: Check room availability using the Timetable
Venue Management: Most rooms can be booked through Venue Management
Faculty Rooms: The following rooms are Faculty managed spaces and can only be booked through the Faculty:
- Spot, Level 3: 3.10, 3.11, 3.14, 3.31, 3.34
- Spot, Level 4: 4.24
- Spot, Level 5: 5.13, 5.14
- Spot, Level 6: 6.14, 6.15
- FBE, Level 2: 209, 210, 212, 213, 214
To book these rooms, the President of the club should send an email to the Faculty's Facilities team via firstname.lastname@example.org, detailing the room number, date, time and event description. Use of these rooms is offered to clubs on a trial basis, during which please note the following:
- You are responsible for the use of the room and how it is left after you use it
- If the room is not clean and tidy when your booking concludes, your club may be charged for cleaning fees (upwards of $100)
- No food or drink is permitted in teaching spaces
- If any issues are reported during the use of rooms by clubs, this trial period will cease and clubs will no longer have access to book these rooms.
Newsletters: Every week, a Faculty newsletter is emailed to BCom and MBS students. To feature a club activity in the newsletters, please submit a newsletter post through the Newsletter Submission form. To request weekly submission reminders, email email@example.com.
Posters: Clubs have dedicated poster boards in each lift of the Spot, and FBE Building. Read the poster approval policy for information on how to have your poster approved for display.
Reporting Activities to Faculty
As part of the affiliation agreement, each semester we will ask every club to submit a review of their activities from the previous semester and an outline of their activities for the upcoming semester.
The Clubs Grants Program
The Clubs' funding and grant programs are currently under review and will be added and circulated to clubs once finalised. Please be aware that the review is not in relation to clubs receiving funding, but instead the method by which funding is distributed.
Resources and Training
Professional development opportunities: We may be able to offer club committee members the chance to attend workshops organised specifically to assist clubs in relevant areas such as Leadership and Sponsorship. We will communicate these opportunities through the clubs' Presidents.
UMSU Resources: UMSU offers some great resources and training opportunities for club members. View UMSU resources.
For all clubs related inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I join an FBE affiliated club?
Please contact individual clubs and societies for further information on how to join.
What is an FBE affiliated club?
FBE affiliated clubs are clubs and societies that are recognised as delivering value that is unique to the Faculty’s students and specifically relevant to the enhancement of Faculty run degrees. Affiliated clubs have access to support and programs designed to assist clubs in achieving their goals.
Can I get Melbourne Plus recognition for joining a club?
You may be eligible for Melbourne Plus recognition through completing activities with clubs, such as volunteering, or actively participating as a member of a club's executive committee. You will be advised by your club's executive committee of activities that are eligible for Melbourne Plus recognition.
How do I get in contact with the FBE Clubs team?
For all FBE clubs related inquiries, please email email@example.com.