Since 1955, Melbourne Business School has been advancing business knowledge, individual development and organisational capacity.
Home to Australia’s first MBA and executive education programs, Melbourne Business School pioneered the development of business education in Australia.
This spirit of innovation and pursuit of excellence continues today across our suite of degree and executive education programs and our research and teaching which develop the skills and knowledge of business leaders at all levels and delivers measurable impact for organisations.
Our students and clients also benefit from the connections, support and insight that come from our global alumni community of more than 16,000 business leaders in more than 90 countries – Australia’s oldest and strongest business school network – and our strong ties with global businesses.
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.
Melbourne Business School holds AACSB and EFMD (EQUIS) accreditation, and our programs are ranked among the best in the world by the Financial Times, The Economist, Bloomberg BusinessWeek and AFR Boss magazine. The University of Melbourne is Australia’s highest ranked university, positioned No. 33 globally in The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016.
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We enable individuals and organisations to be global leaders through the creation, application and dissemination of business and economics knowledge.
Our aspiration is to become one of the leading global providers of business and economics education and research.
We aim to critically evaluate and influence policy design, corporate governance, and business practices to secure the best possible outcomes for our stakeholders and for the broader societies in which we operate.
We are a non-discriminatory learning community in which there is respect for our diverse backgrounds and interests and where there is a shared joy in learning and scholarship.
Rigour and relevance are the foundations of all that we do. Integrity and ethical behaviour guide all of our actions, policies and decision-making.
Openness and transparency characterise our organisational culture.
Academic freedom is paramount.