- BCom Students
Commencing and current undergraduate students in the Bachelor of Commerce program can access resources here.View
- MBS Students
Graduate students studying programs with Melbourne Business School can access resources here including course planning and enrichment programs.View
- PhD Students
Research students can access resources for confirmation and progress reviews as well as variations to candidature.View
We have dedicated computer labs, open access work spaces available to help you develop your skills and professional networks.
The Faculty supports affiliated Clubs and Societies to run a range of academic, cultural, pre-professional and social activities.
Get involved and join a club
The Faculty of Business and Economics supports a number of commerce-related Student Union affiliated clubs and societies to run a range of activities that enhance the student experience, provide professional development opportunities and build the graduate attributes of students.
Membership of a club or society is an excellent way for students to meet new people, expand interests, foster team work and take on leadership roles while studying.
Resources for Clubs
These resources are specifically for Faculty of Business and Economics affiliated Clubs & Societies.
Access to resources (password protected)
Case Competitions are a great way to develop your employability skills and business acumen as you apply your technical knowledge to real-world business problems.
International Case Competitions
Applications now closed! 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!
Social Entrepreneurship Sharks' Tank Competition
Graduate students enrolled in MGMT90165 Social Entrepreneurship develop a business plan for a social business, participating in workshops and lectures from successful entrepreneurs and experts. They are eligible to participate in the Social Entrepreneurship Sharks' Tank competition to win up to $5k in seed funding.
BCom Case Competition
BComp will not be run in 2016 due to our hosting of the Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition this year. The BCom Case Competition offers an opportunity for you to test your business case solving skills, receive training from and network with corporate sponsors and get hands-on experience as a management consultant.
Pitch your online business idea to a panel of Australia's most prominent Angel Investors and Industry Experts for feedback and prizes at the annual Unimelb StartUp Pitch Competition.