Melbourne Business School attracts the best business practitioners and researchers to help emerging leaders take their organisations into the future.
In our classrooms, students from all corners of the globe work together under pressure to collaborate, grow and challenge themselves.
For innovation you need creativity, critical thinking, competition, collaboration and communication. These are the essential drivers of a modern knowledge economy, such as the one we're developing here in Melbourne.
Dean, Melbourne Business School
Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics
Chair: Investment Committee
Chair: Renumerations & Nominations Committee
IAN HARPER AO
ANNETTE KIMMITT AM
Chair: Finance, Audit & Risk
Executive Leadership Team
IAN HARPER AO
Melbourne Business School, Faculty of Business and Economics
Chief Operating Officer, Company Secretary
Executive Director, Marketing
Associate Dean, Faculty
Associate Dean, Academic
Executive Director, People & Culture
Executive Director, Organisational Learning Group
Executive Director, Client & Career Development
Melbourne Business School is a public company, limited by guarantee, and jointly owned by business (55 per cent) and the University of Melbourne (45 per cent). As the University’s graduate school in business and economics, we’re run as a not-for-profit to provide Australia’s best business education experience.
Remunerations and Nominations Committee
Finance Risk and Audit Committee
Properties and Facilities Committee
Melbourne Business School is committed to the highest standards of conduct and ethical behavior.
In supporting a culture of honest and ethical behavior, corporate compliance and good corporate governance, the School has embedded a Whistleblower Policy encouraging the reporting of any undesirable conduct by any personnel associated with Melbourne Business School, through a formal process and protection policy.
Annual Financial Reports
Download the Latest ReportAnnual Financial Report 2019
MBS-Consolidated-Statutory-Accounts-2019.pdf | 2.25MB | PDF