The Department focuses on the operation of organisations and understanding customer needs, resources and networks.
Millie Ribeiro was born in Melbourne, but a childhood spent overseas and attending international schools meant she never felt particularly connected to the city. When it came time to pursue her undergraduate studies, Melbourne called, and Millie decided it was time reconnect with her Australian Identity.Bachelor of Commerce
Raymond Tilmouth first came to Melbourne as part of the National Indigenous Business Summer School. Two years later, he’s studying in the Bachelor of Commerce and thinking of all the places his studies might take him in the future.Bachelor of Commerce
Sneha Chrispal returned to her home country of India to undertake research towards her PhD with the Department of Management and Marketing. Her experience is one that revealed another side of Indian society, and showed her the depth of what her research could achieve....ctoral Program in Management
Sankitha Samaraweera came to Melbourne to study in the Bachelor of Commerce, where he majored in Accounting and Finance. Now, after spending some time in the working world, and beginning his studies to become a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA), he’s returned to Melbourne Business School to pursue the Master of International Business....er of International Business
Our academics are active collaborators in multi-partner centres which bring together researchers and practitioners from a range of disciplines and industries.
Centre for Workplace Leadership
The Centre for Workplace Leadership is dedicated to excellence in leadership research, improving the quality of leadership in Australian workplaces,...
Cluster for Organization Society and Markets
COSM study the nature of the market and its relationships with organizations and societies. We foster conversations and encourage debate...
International Centre for Research in Organisational Discourse, Strategy and Change
ICRODSC links international researchers who share an interest in developing and applying discourse methods in the study of organisations. It...
Melbourne Human Resource Management Unit
The MHRMU operates as a bridge between the academic and business communities, facilitating research on employment issues and disseminating research...
Melbourne International Business Research Unit
The Melbourne International Business Research Unit is eclectic in its interdisciplinary areas, studying the international aspects of strategy and management,...
Our teaching offers students access to subjects in to the following domains of Management and Marketing:
- Human Resource Management
- International Business
- Operations Management
- Managing Business and Organisation
- Communications and Customer Strategy
- Marketing Management
View all subjects in the handbook.
Visit the Melbourne Business School website to browse the suite of postgraduate study options in management and marketing.
Management focuses on how organisations operate – what they do, their employment practices, ways of managing and their business strategies. It is the process of achieving organisational goals and demands an understanding of the economic, social and environmental context.
Marketing is about understanding customer needs, resources and networks to create value for the customer and for the organisation. MBS marketing graduates are known for their perceptive understanding of business issues, skilful communication and strong leadership. Graduates are employed in a variety of industries, including in communication and customer strategy, international business, consulting and analysis.
We publish our research in a wide range of high quality journals. Our Department is also home to the Centre for Workplace Leadership, a research centre dedicated to leadership research, improving the quality of leadership in Australian workplaces, and developing leaders.