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The Faculty of Business and Economics offers a generous number of scholarships to outstanding commencing local and international students, based on merit.
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Personal Effectiveness Program
Build your skills in communication, time-management, emotional intelligence and resilience as you gain insight into business culture. Register for a range of activities up to 15 September 2015.
Registrations close 9th Oct 2015
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International Case Competitions
Apply your skills to crack real business cases, present in front of industry experts, receive complimentary travel and make friends while representing the University of Melbourne at case competitions held around the world!
Registrations close 12th Oct 2015
Open to Undergraduate students
Management Consulting is a unique subject offered in both semesters that provides you with the opportunity to apply your university learning in a real business environment and, engage in a business challenge of genuine strategic importance to a client organisation.
Registrations close 22nd Nov 2015
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The University of Melbourne is a leading research-based institution, endorsed time and time again by the Australian Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings and leading international rankings and accreditation.
Our bilateral agreements with institutions in 35 countries mean that prominent international academic researchers regularly visit and teach at the University.
These agreements enable critical international and inter-disciplinary collaboration and access that is essential to early career researchers.
Professor John Haisken-DeNew
Associate Dean Research and research training
The Faculty of Business and Economics is home to a wide range of specialist research centres spanning the disciplines of Actuarial Studies, Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing. Our academics are also active collaborators in multi-partner centres which bring together researchers and practitioners from a range of disciplines and industries.
Graduates, exchange students and former staff of the Faculty make up the Business and Economics alumni community of over 48,000 leaders, educators and innovators worldwide.
Events and Benefits
Graduating doesn't mean giving up all the benefits of being part of the Faculty community. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event, reunion or lecture in your city and encourage you to take up the wide range of benefits available to you long after you leave the University.
Young Alumni Program
Our young alumni program caters for under 35s and has plenty to offer our new graduates and those early in their careers. The program includes both social and professional development activities which are driven by the Faculty's Young Alumni Committee.
Gifts and donations to the Faculty make a real difference. Your support enables us to offer scholarships to students who have experienced financial or social disadvantage. Gifts can fund global experience and community projects to enrich the student experience. Major gifts can support key initiatives and attract leading researchers to the Faculty.