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Another ranking rise for Melbourne Business School’s MBA

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Your generosity inspires powerful partnerships

07/12/2017
With so many impactful donor partnerships to be grateful for in 2017, we invite you to support our end-of-year Community Partnerships campaign in December to help us continue making a difference to the communities you care about.

Lessons from Silicon Valley: Success is in the data

01/12/2017
For Melbourne to lead in innovation and technology, it must invest in big data and the people who can harness it to create world-class products, says Hugh Williams, former eBay and Google executive and Distinguished Fellow at our School’s Centre for Business Analytics.

QS ranks our Master of Business Analytics in global top five

28/11/2017
In only its third year, Melbourne Business School’s Master of Business Analytics Program has been ranked No. 5 in the world in the first-ever QS World University’s Rankings of business analytics programs.

Fresh QS rankings says our MBA is among the world’s very best

28/11/2017
In the first-ever QS World University Rankings of MBA programs, Melbourne Business School’s MBA has ranked No. 34 in the world and No. 3 in Asia, Australia and New Zealand – ahead of any other Australian school. 

In online markets we trust, e-commerce guru Steve Tadelis talks success online

24/11/2017
If the Australian online retail market has any inefficiencies, companies like Amazon will expose them, according to Steve Tadelis, an adviser to the e-commerce giant, University of California Berkeley economics professor and Distinguished Fellow at Melbourne Business School’s Centre for Business Analytics.

Alumnus David Orford donates $900K for retirement research

15/11/2017
David Orford, founder and chairman of superannuation software company Financial Synergy, has pledged $900,000 to Melbourne Business School to fund research to help Australians manage their retirement income more effectively.

Care more about yourself than your phone: Arianna Huffington

14/11/2017
We pay more attention to our smartphones than our mental health, says Arianna Huffington, the former Huffington Post editor-in-chief and current CEO of well-being specialists Thrive Global.
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