Tips for the perfect MBA application, from our Director of Admissions

The entry requirements to study an MBA at the world's top business schools are extremely high, and the application process time-consuming – so it's important to get it right.

Podcast: How to communicate effectively in a multicultural workplace

Diversity can be a powerful driver of innovation, but managers need to consider more than basic etiquette to get the most out of a team with different backgrounds.

Why Logan Benge left SpaceX to study at Melbourne Business School

Logan Benge's introduction to SpaceX was exactly what you might expect from the space travel company led by radical billionaire Elon Musk.

How a management course helped Helen Kapalos rise to her new challenge

Having grown up in a migrant family, Helen Kapalos – former journalist, filmmaker and now head of the Victorian Multicultural Commission – is fanatical about improvement. 

Why it's not just consulting firms who want to hire MBA graduates in 2018

As the director of Melbourne Business School's Career Management Centre, John Gurskey's job is to know what employers want.

Melbourne Business School hosts the Hult Prize for first time in Australia

​Almost 50 teams from around the world will converge on Melbourne Business School this weekend for the opening of the Hult Prize competition regional finals.

Richmond President Peggy O'Neal to speak at Women and Management Dinner 2018

One of Melbourne Business School's most-loved annual events is returning in its 26th year with an impressive list of guest speakers.

Help us raise $200,000 to give women the skills they need to become leaders

Melbourne Business School is launching a new campaign to support women aspiring to senior leadership positions, to mark International Women's Day.

​Join our Sydney masterclass on why customers push back on marketing claims

Can a company be both big and nimble? Can a bank be large as well as personal? Possibly not.

Peter Nash to speak at Melbourne Business School Leadership Dinner 2018

Peter Nash will give a keynote speech at this year's Melbourne Business School Leadership Dinner to discuss the future of business and economics education at Melbourne.
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