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Friday, April 15th, 2016

Monash Business School grants and scholarships

Monash Business School is committed to the development of a diverse study environment for its students. By ensuring that lectures and classrooms comprise a vibrant and diverse range of individuals, students not only experience an enriched peer learning environment, but also insights into different cultures and markets, as well as greater networking opportunities.

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To continue enhancing the diversity of the student community, Monash Business School is offering a number of grants and scholarships for postgraduate study, including grants for the following courses:

The grants are particularly targeted toward international students looking to study a postgraduate degree at Monash Business School, and are in the form of fee reduction.

The grants come to a total of $5000AUD per year, and are being offered to students from the following nationalities:

  • Europe
  • North and South America
  • Middle East
  • Africa
  • India
  • Sri Lanka
  • Bangladesh
  • Thailand
  • Brunei
  • Mongolia

In addition, $10,000AUD grants are being offered for students from these regions looking to study a Master of Management. This degree is aimed at career professionals, with work experience and an undergraduate degree, who are seeking career opportunities and progression into senior managerial roles.

About Monash Business School

Monash Business School is a dynamic and progressive academy delivering the highest quality teaching, learning, scholarship and research.

It is an exciting time to be part of the Monash Business School as they progress our ambitious agenda to transform business by advancing knowledge and addressing global challenges. Monash has the reach, expertise, professional relationships and sources of capital to realise their mission of having a positive impact on a changing world.

Monash is one of only 1% of business schools globally to have the prestigious ‘Triple Crown’ accreditation.

Monash Business School is

  • a research intensive business school. Programs reflect the knowledge, quality and rigour which stems from being the recognised expert in key business disciplines.
  • embedded within Monash University, Australia’s largest and most diverse university. The opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration within the university extend the reach and impact of our education and research.
  • connected on a global scale. Unique international footprint facilitates our direct access to major business hubs around the world.

Monash Business School is among the 1% of business schools in the world to have achieved the elite ‘triple crown’ of accreditation by the three major global business school accreditation bodies—AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA—and the only Group of Eight Australian university to have done so.

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Thursday, February 25th, 2016

Monash Master of International Business

Do you want to pursue a career in international business, diplomacy or politics? The Master of International Business gives you the opportunity to advance your business and management knowledge and give you the skills to operate from a global perspective.

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Specifically designed for recent graduates and those in the early stages of their career, this Monash Business School program will build on your undergraduate credentials and further strengthen your business skills.

The course develops expertise in communicating and negotiating across cultures, and will develop your capacity for advanced analysis of firm internationalisation, international trade, and corporate strategy.

As part of the course you can build your knowledge and extend your expertise in one of two areas:

  • International Business
  • Diplomacy and Trade

International Business

The specialisation investigates inter-disciplinary contemporary international business. You will be engaged with international management, law, finance, economics, marketing, and strategy, enabling analytical skills that can be applied in a variety of organisational settings. International business develops your strategic and operational international business knowledge and skills, particularly for the complexity of contemporary environments. The specialisation prepares you for international business roles across the corporate, governmental and non-profit sectors.

Diplomacy and Trade

Diplomacy and trade provides formal academic study across a range of disciplines relevant to the needs of organisations operating in the global environment. It provides high-level training in the fields of diplomacy, economics, law and contemporary politics. The s specialisation is aimed at recent graduates who hope to work in the public and private sectors, and those who presently work in these sectors, and wish to increase their understanding of the international environment. It is designed for graduates to work in the government sector, implementing and providing policy advice on foreign affairs, trade, and business-related issues. In the private domain, the course is designed for individuals who are operating, or looking to work, in an international capacity in both the corporate or not-for-profit sector.

Graduate opportunities

Graduates develop deep knowledge and analytical skills that can be applied in a variety of organisational settings including the corporate, governmental and non-profit sectors. Career opportunities are available in a range of private firms and multinational enterprises across the manufacturing and service, export and trade, travel and tourism, consulting and research sectors. Employment opportunities also arise in government departments and institutions, NGOs and international organisations.

Degree: Master of International Business
Location: Caulfield campus, Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intakes: March and July
Duration: 2 years

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Friday, November 6th, 2015

Monash Business School partners with Future Business Council

Business in Australia is set to benefit from a landmark partnership between the Monash Business School and the recently established Future Business Council (FBC).

The Monash Business School will partner with the FBC in its priority area promoting Australia as a global future business leader. The FBC’s mission is to drive the growth of innovative, sustainable and ethical companies and start-ups, and to position Australia as a global future business hub.

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(L-R) Tom Quinn, Executive Director, Future Business Council and Prof Richard Hall, Deputy Dean Leadership and Executive Education (Photo credit: Monash University)

As part of the three-year partnership, the Monash Business School will chair the FBC’s working group of industry leaders working towards developing Australia as a global centre for future business.

The partnership involves a deeper engagement with Australian organisations focused on future business. It will provide Monash Business School students the opportunity to work with cutting-edge start-ups and established global businesses. It will also generate relevant research insights and case studies.

Professor Richard Hall, Deputy Dean, Leadership and Executive Education, said the partnership fits perfectly with Monash Business School’s mission.

“Our mission is to engage in the highest quality research and education to have a positive impact on a changing world. We are committed to promoting responsible business management, sustainable business models and ethical business practice,” Professor Hall said.

Through partnering with FBC, Monash Business School will be able to engage even more directly with progressive business leaders and promote the latest thinking in global business.

“It is a great way for us to interact with business, entrepreneurs and government, as well as to provide practical opportunities for our students to innovate and build their skills, and their capacity to contribute to more sustainable business,” Professor Hall said.

“We also see great promise in the partnership for the promotion and dissemination of new research with significant practical impact.

“We are really looking forward to working with the Future Business Council and its members and networks.”

About the Monash Business School

Monash Business School is ranked number one in the Asia-Pacific region in a number of their business discipline areas. The “triple crown” accreditation now places Monash among the 60 business schools in the world with such global recognition, which equates to less than one per cent of business schools.

Included in Monash University’s Faculty of Business and Economics are the following departments:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Law and Taxation
  • Econometrics and Business Statistics
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Marketing

Would you like more information about Monash University Business School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Business Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady at 1-866-698-7355 or email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com for more information.

Monday, August 24th, 2015

New specialisation for Master of Business at Monash University

Monash Business School is now offering a sustainability specialisation as part of their Master of Business program.

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The sustainability specialisation focuses on current and emerging strategies for improving corporate sustainability. The units within the stream will provide insights into sustainability from the perspectives of governance, ethics marketing and management.

This specialisation is suited to students who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in both business and sustainability issues and who seek employment in environmental governance or corporate sustainability management. It will also suit those who want to enable organisational and individual change towards more sustainable practices.

The sustainability stream is one of 9 areas of specialisation offered in the Master of Business:

  • Information Technology
  • Law and Responsible Business
  • Managing Human Capital
  • Marketing
  • Risk Management
  • Project Management
  • Responsible Management
  • Supply Chain Management

About Monash Business School

The Monash Business School is Australia’s largest university faculty. It has recently received international acclaim for its high-quality teaching, research and corporate links, obtaining accreditation with the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS), joining only 88 other business schools worldwide.

The faculty is making a significant contribution to business and the professions through its teaching, research and connections with the business world. Through its extensive range of quality programs for undergraduate, postgraduate and research students, Monash Business and Economics is a leader in the broad discipline areas of Accounting and Finance, Business Law and Taxation, Econometrics and Business Statistics, Economics, Management and Marketing.

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Thursday, June 4th, 2015

Monash Business School graduate wins award

Marketing graduate Thomas Weston will experience firsthand the guidance of global marketer Tony Palmer as part of this year’s Monash Marketing Awards for Excellence.

Thomas has been awarded the 2015 Tony Palmer – Monash Marketing Award, and will receive a cash prize, as well as personal mentoring for 12 months by Mr Palmer.

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Prof Harmen Oppewal with Thomas Weston (photo credit Monash University)

Mr Palmer is the President of Global Brands and Innovation, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and a Monash University alumnus.

Thomas said he was grateful to have won the award, and would relish the opportunity to learn from Mr Palmer’s wealth of business knowledge.

“I believe that mentoring from such a successful marketer as Tony Palmer will only contribute to my passion and drive to grow in business further,” Thomas said.

Graduating from Monash Business School in 2014 with a double degree in commerce and economics, Thomas has founded and directed two small business enterprises: Sausage Dog Central, a niche online retail store catering to dachshund owners; and more recently Gen E Marketing Solutions, a full-service online marketing company.

“I hope my time with Mr Palmer will help develop Gen E Marketing Solutions, and give me a deeper understanding of business,” Thomas said.

The 2015 Tony Palmer – Monash Marketing Award is part of a host of awards under the Monash Marketing Awards for Excellence. These awards recognise and celebrate the discipline of marketing, and acknowledge those undergraduate and postgraduate students who, each year, achieve outstanding results in individual courses and units.

The award selection committee comprised Monash alumna Suzana Ristevski, Head of Strategy and Growth at GE Australia/NZ/PNG; Jodie Leonard, Managing Director at Challenger Consulting; and Erica Brady, Director of Teaching at the Department of Marketing, Monash Business School.

Head of the Department of Marketing Professor Harmen Oppewal said the committee was unanimous in its assessment of Thomas’ application.

“Academic excellence, combined with entrepreneurship, were clearly demonstrated in Thomas’ application,” Professor Oppewal said. “His extra-curricular activities, including mentoring, attendance at the Harvard World Model United Nations in 2014, and his appetite for business make him an ideal candidate for this exceptional opportunity.”

Department of Marketing at Monash University

The Department of Marketing is one of the largest providers of tertiary level marketing education in Australia with over 40 full-time academic teaching and research staff. The department is one of six departments in the Monash Faculty of Business and Economics. The head office is situated at the Caulfield campus; however, staff  is  also located at Clayton, Peninsula and Berwick campuses. The department boasts in excess of 1,500 students enrolled in undergraduate and postgraduate programs across all campuses and the various teaching modes.

Master of Advanced Marketing
This course is designed for marketing graduates who seek to expand their knowledge of advanced marketing concepts and theories. The course features an advanced suite of marketing units reflecting state-of-the-art knowledge in the discipline of marketing, highly interactive lectures, case discussions and seminars. It is ideal career preparation for future marketing career executives.

Master of Business (with a specialisation in marketing)
The Master of Business is an innovative and industry-focused graduate program with a strong emphasis on personal development. The marketing specialisation focuses on the central concepts of marketing for businesses. The units provide both foundation concepts, as well as more advanced strategies.

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Find out more about Monash Business School and its business and marketing programs. Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Business Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady at 1-866-698-7355 or email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com.

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Monash high-tech lab opens up the senses

A new-concept hub designed to tackle the research challenges of the internet age will open at Monash University today.

Connecting information technology and engineering to creative and business expertise, sensiLab will hothouse researchers from the faculties of Information TechnologyEngineering, Art, Design & Architecture (MADA) and the Monash Business School.

Monash University Engineering and Information Technology

Professor Jon McCormack (far right) and a group of sensiLab researchers and students interact with the Nao humaniod robot.

The Hon Adem Somyurek, Victorian State Minister for Small Business, Innovation and Trade will open the new lab based at the university’s Caulfield campus.

Director of sensiLab Professor Jon McCormack said seniLab welcomed researchers from any discipline to initiate disruptive change, rather than simply react to it.

“The immediate, connected and open nature of the internet means that ideas propagate more quickly and more broadly than ever before,” Professor McCormack said.

“New knowledge is being generated faster than any time in human history. Universities must acknowledge that many traditional avenues of research have been bypassed by technology and the accelerated cultural change that it drives.”

From media to manufacturing, disruptive technology continues to challenge long-established businesses and institutions, even the nature of work itself.

“Australia must embrace these changes by adapting its research culture over the next decade,” Professor McCormack said.

“It’s here that sensiLab aims to drive creativity and innovation in IT by connecting designers, artists, engineers, computing experts and business entrepreneurs to create the technological breakthroughs necessary for a successful economy.”

Packed with all kinds of new technologies from humanoid robots to 3D printers, sensiLab’s concept is based on creative innovation through knowledge sharing, exemplified by emerging innovation spaces such as hacklabs and makerspaces.

The lab’s focus is the intersection of new developments in visualisation, interaction and digital fabrication and its name refers to the idea of engaging all the senses.

“We want to bring a sense of empathy and play to the design and application of technology to build really engaging experiences,” Professor McCormack said.

“With sensiLab we have the ability to rapidly prototype the technology of the future, from wearables, Internet of Things and machine-to-machine technologies to new virtual reality systems and haptic devices.”

The opening will also showcase collaborative projects from another Monash Faculty of Information Technology initiative, Immersive Analytics. This explores how next-generation interaction and display technologies available at sensiLab as well as the large CAVE2 immersive visualisation environment and other visualisation and interaction technique located at the university’s Clayton campus can be used to support analytical reasoning and decision-making. The aim is to provide truly multi-sensory interfaces that support collaboration and allow users to immerse themselves in their data and designs.

sensiLab will build productive connections between researchers across disciplines and will also seek to engage Monash University’s best research students—the next generation of research entrepreneurs. With its ability to work beyond traditional boundaries and conventional methodologies, the lab will become an attractive investment for industry and business looking to bring creativity and technological innovation to their business.

Some of the projects on display at the lab’s opening include

  • a new haptic ring that allows blind and vision-impaired people to feel graphics and diagrams on mobile devices such as phones and tablets;
  • ‘ContextUWall,’ a collaborative interactive display system that connects touch tables, tablets and high resolution display systems such as Monash’s CAVE2 environment to allow researchers to collaboratively explore complex data;
  • interactive virtual reality displays that recreate the ancient metropolis of Angkor Wat in Cambodia;
  • audio-enhanced 3D maps that allow people with a vision impairment to navigate in public spaces;
  • simple haptic techniques for low-cost virtual reality such as the Oculus Rift that add to the sense of presence by mirroring physical and virtual objects in space;
  • an interactive sandpit that brings a new virtual dimension to playing with sand.

sensiLab will be launched today, Wednesday, May 13 on Level 6, Building H at Monash University’s Caulfield campus.

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Friday, March 6th, 2015

Awards success for Monash Business School

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade recently announced the results of applications to Round 15 of the Australia Awards Fellowship Program, and three applications led by researchers from the Monash Business School have been successful.

Associate Professor Quamrul Alam and Professor Julian Teicher, both from the Department of Management, received their grant for their project Capacity Development of Bangladesh Public Servants for Infrastructure Management.

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This project will bring a group of 20 Bangladeshi public servants to Australia for eight weeks. They will attend workshops and seminars, and visit Australian major infrastructure projects built using public-private partnerships.

The grant received by Associate Professor Ramanie Samaratunge and Dr Lakmal Abeysekera, also from the Department of Management, will allow them to study further the skills development of district/divisional secretariats for improving small to medium enterprises in Sri Lanka.

The project will enhance the leadership and entrepreneurship skills of district and divisional secretaries, assisting them to promote small and micro-business ventures in Sri Lanka. This project is aligned with major development projects in Sri Lanka and will improve the living standards of poverty-stricken families, in particular those headed by women.

Dr Jagjit Plahe from the Department of Management is leading a cross-faculty research project with Associate Professor Zane Ma Rhea from the Faculty of Education, Professor Marika Vicziany from the Faculty of Arts, and Professor Chris Arup from the Department of Business Law and Taxation.

Their project, Understanding/Promoting Links Between Traditional Culture/Knowledge, Food Security and Sustainability in South Asia, aims to enhance the capacity of 25 South Asian fellows to research, document and utilise traditional knowledge systems in addressing food and livelihood security especially in remote, rural communities. It also aims to enhance the capacity of the fellows to promote the role of women in local agriculture.

The Deputy Dean Research for Monash Business School, Professor Gary Magee, said this year’s success was the best result the school had achieved from applications to this scheme.

“These projects, which will together bring over $1.25 million of research income to the Monash Business School, will develop the capacities of public servants in several South Asian countries,” Professor Magee said.

“They cement the Business School’s relationship with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade as the Department’s first choice for research into leadership and development in Asia.

“I warmly congratulate the project leaders and their teams on their success.”

About the Monash Business School

Monash Business School is ranked number one in the Asia-Pacific region in a number of their business discipline areas. The “triple crown” accreditation now places Monash among the 60 business schools in the world with such global recognition, which equates to less than one per cent of business schools.

Included in Monash University’s Faculty of Business and Economics are the following departments:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Law and Taxation
  • Econometrics and Business Statistics
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Marketing

Are you curious about studying business at the Monash University Business School? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Business Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady at 1 866-698-7355 or email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com for more information.

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

Social connections keep workers on board says Monash Business School

Contrary to popular belief, new research suggests that some employees adapt well to pressures caused by changes in the workplace.

Pay cuts, reduced working hours, fewer training and promotion opportunities are just a few of the measures organisations employ to combat economic downturn and industry competition. Where previous research has suggested cutbacks result in a demotivated and unhappy workforce, experts from Monash University and The University of Iowa say this might not necessarily be the case.

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Monash University Caufield Campus

A new study published in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, shows some employees can respond positively to change in the workplace—but only if they are well connected and are a good fit for the organisation.

Dr Kohyar Kiazad from Monash University and Professor Scott Seibert and Professor Maria Kraimer from the University of Iowa used an online survey to find out worker’s responses to “psychological contract breach”—a term experts use to describe what employees experience when they believe their employer has broken its promises. Previous research suggested that withdrawing from work, reduced productivity and generally feeling unhappy in the workplace are all typical employee reactions to psychological contract breach.

The new findings, which surveyed around 100 people at two time-points spanning 6 months, suggest some employees react positively to a negative workplace. Examples included implementing new working methods or techniques, coaching team members on new skills to improve efficiency or establishing new goals and targets.

Lead researcher Dr Kiazad from the Department of Management at Monash University Business School said the research shows employees are active participants in the workplace and not just passive recipients of environmental pressures and demands.

“Employees do not always respond destructively to broken promises by their employer, especially when they are well connected, fit the organisation and have little to lose if they were to leave,” he said.

The findings suggest that organisations should review their recruitment and selection processes. Providing applicants with realistic information about an organisation’s values is one way to ensure that an employer’s values will be compatible with their workplace.

Dr Kiazad said the findings do not mean companies should break their promises to trigger better employee performance.

“Today’s volatile business environment makes it increasingly difficult for organisations to fulfill all their obligations to employees. By implementing human resource practices that increase employees’ social connectivity and fit within the workplace, companies may empower employees to adopt a constructive response if or when breach does occur.

“That might mean regular social events, mentoring programs or the use of role models as a means to improve employees’ social connectivity within the workplace,” he said.

About the Monash Department of Management

The Monash Department of Management is one of six in the Faculty of Business and Economics and the largest grouping of management educators and researchers in the Asia-Pacific region. Our expertise embraces both the public and private sectors at home and overseas. Monash University Business School’s research informs our teaching and makes a significant contribution to the body of management knowledge and professional practice. Monash provides an essential insight and understanding of the context of increasingly complex global, technological, environmental and ethical challenges within which management takes place.

Master of Management

This course focuses on advancing your management, decision-making and problem-solving skills to grow your expertise so you can move into senior managerial positions. The program focuses on changing and dynamic organisational environments, and is suitable for experienced professionals from a range of backgrounds, including government, community service and not-for-profit organisations as well as people with technical backgrounds in engineering and medicine, who are seeking to enhance their management skills.

Degree: Master of Management
Location: Caufield, Melbourne, Victoria
Semester intakes: March and July

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Wednesday, November 19th, 2014

Business still booming at Monash

The Monash Business School has maintained its ‘triple crown’ accreditation for business education providers with the recent announcement that it has received EQUIS reaccreditation for the next five years.

Monash is the only university within the prestigious Group of Eight to have achieved triple accreditation for its business school. This exclusive quality indicator reflects a truly international reputation.

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Dean of the Melbourne-based Monash Business School, Professor Colm Kearney, said it was an outstanding achievement.

“It demonstrates the overall quality of our student body, academic programs, research and contribution to industry and the community,” Professor Kearney said.

“The award serves as an international indicator of our degree programs, and our relevance to the professional community and international markets.

“Institutions accredited by EQUIS demonstrate high general quality and our goal is to be among the best business and economics education providers in the world. The EQUIS accreditation, adding to the recognition by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)and AMBA (Association of MBAs), places the school in the elite company of business education providers in the world with ‘triple crown’ accreditation.”

In 2006, Monash University became the first business school in Victoria to receive EQUIS accreditation and was reaccredited in 2011. EQUIS is awarded by the European Foundation for Management Development. Its accreditation framework takes an institutional approach to assessment and each business school needs to demonstrate an international dimension in most activities, a strong interface with the corporate world and an ethos of promoting responsible management. EQUIS evaluates all activities of the school including degree programs, research and executive education, as well as its approach to ethics, responsibility and sustainability.

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Thursday, October 9th, 2014

Monash Business School to host public lecture

Using social businesses to help tackle global poverty will be discussed at a forthcoming public lecture hosted by Monash Business School.

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Nobel Laureate, social entrepreneur, banker, economist and civil society leader Professor Muhammad Yunus will discuss a series of programs that have been helping to reduce the cycle of poverty for families in Bangladesh and beyond.

Professor Yunus is the founder of the modern microfinance and has developed a number of approaches including microfinance. He regards his recent innovation, social business, as an effective way of achieving social justice and inclusive economic participation while reducing poverty and inequality.

Monash Business School and Professor Yunus are working together with the Grameen Foundation Australia to put social business on the economic and political map in Australia. This process will begin with the public lecture by Professor Yunus at the Robert Blackwood Hall on Oct. 11.

Event organiser Associate Professor Quamrul Alam from the Department of Management said that in the present global context, large companies should play a role in addressing inequality and endemic poverty. Poverty is not a problem confined to developing countries but was also relevant to pockets of struggling people in nations like Australia.

“By using the social business model, disadvantaged groups are able to develop their skills and build profitable businesses while not having to bear the burden of interest payments,” Associate Professor Alam said.

“It is increasingly recognized that charity is not the way out of poverty and the associated social exclusion. Without an effective strategy to address global poverty, there will be serious consequences for global peace and development.”

Fortune Magazine has named Professor Yunus as one of the 12 greatest entrepreneurs of our time. This pioneer of more than 50 social business companies in Bangladesh was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for his efforts to lift people out of poverty.

Professor Muhammad Yunus will deliver a public lecture on Social Business for Tackling Society’s Most Pressing Problems on Saturday, Oct. 11 at the Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash University’s Clayton campus.

The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

About the Monash Business School

Monash Business School is ranked number one in the Asia-Pacific region in a number of their business discipline areas. The “triple crown” accreditation now places Monash among the 60 business schools in the world with such global recognition, which equates to less than one per cent of business schools.

Included in Monash University’s Faculty of Business and Economics are the following departments:

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Business Law and Taxation
  • Econometrics and Business Statistics
  • Economics
  • Management
  • Marketing

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Find out more about Monash Business School and its business programs. Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Business Schools Admissions Officer Rachel Brady at 1 866-698-7355 or email Rachel at rachel@oztrekk.com.