Adapting our learning experiences for a new world

Whether you're at home or in the office, we're making sure you have flexible access to our world-class programs and teachers. 

"Learning from home is a great way to integrate learning with one’s life. I try to boost the energy by switching among video, audio, live discussions and your-own-pace content."

Jennifer Overbeck
Associate Professor of Management,
Melbourne Business School

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We're taking more than 50 years of business education online, so you can access the knowledge you need remotely.

You can benefit from our degree programs, short courses or custom solutions on any device – placing you in a virtual classroom, wherever you are.
 
Whether advancing your career, team or organisation, we're doing our best to make an uncertain world more certain. It's what we've always done – just a little differently.

Digital Learning

Studying for your future has never been so easy at Australia’s best business school.

We combine the strengths of different learning practices to create a high-impact experience for individuals and organisations.

Our interactive programs are made for busy students and professionals  who are navigating multiple priorities – replicating Australia's leading business classroom and networking experience online. 

We support a continuous learning experience, allowing people to study at their own pace as well as engage in live online classes, which include video-streamed and recorded lectures, accessible learning materials and collaborative study apps.

Our approach

The best of blended learning methodologies

"Managing large numbers of students requires clear communication and a systematic approach, which we have achieved through thoughtful digital design and management."

Melbourne Business School is known for the quality of its faculty, industry experts, students and alumni network – and we're adapting all of it.

We’ve created a virtual study experience with live online classes, breakout groups and collaborative group assignments to keep you connected to your peers using platforms like Slack, Teams, Canvas and Zoom.

It makes studying at Australia's best business school even easier, even during difficult times.

Learn with the best

Our world-class faculty and learning groups, now delivering online.

Carol Gill
Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Melbourne Business School

Amy Bach
Regional Lead - Victoria, Ramsay Health Plus
Part-time MBA (currently online)

"The lecturers are not only knowledgeable in their subject matter and leaders in their fields, but they stand out because they obviously care about their students."

Our Digital Partners

Expert leadership

A series of short videos with practical tools for coping during the pandemic.

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To find out more about which digital learning solution is right for you, 
call us on +61 3 9349 8200 or send us an email using the form below.

How we engage online

Bringing the classroom to you, wherever you might be.

Some of our clients that have successfully engaged with 
digital learning activities at Melbourne Business School

Degree class content available through Canvas

Career support and coaching
through Zoom

Immersive student and faculty live lectures

Interactive syndicate group
sessions and assignments

Some of our learning solutions currently online:

Find out more about our Part-time MBA and Master of Marketing programs, including how we’re delivering our programs online until we can resume face-to-face classes.

Virtual Talking Data Series: Professor Steve Tadelis, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business

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Thursday, 25 June 12.00 - 1.00pm

Virtual events

Hear from the best thinkers in business, from the comfort of your home, on the move or in the office.

Part-time Programs - Information Evening Webinar

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Until recently working from home during a pandemic would have been considered uncharted territory, however, millions of households have now experienced the highs and lows of working, studying and simply getting along within the confines of the same four walls.

Tuesday, 4 June 6.00 - 6.45pm

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Talking Business During Crisis: Sri Shivananda, Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer, PayPal

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Melbourne Business School’s “Talking Business During Crisis” webinar series will explore evidence-based perspectives on how to navigate crises and real examples of how organisations around the world are responding. 

Thursday, 4 June 1.00 - 2.00pm

Part-time MBA

Take your career to the next level, online from June 2020. 

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Leading in the Digital Age

Think like a customer and boost innovation from July 2020.

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Custom Solutions

Innovate, transform and succeed with tailor-made learning.

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Leading in the Digital Age

Commencing Soon: 6 weeks, online course

Maintaining the status quo is no longer an option.

Our Leading in the Digital Age online program will give you the skills you need to be an effective leader in a world where disruption is the norm. 

You will learn how to encourage a culture that embraces change, apply design thinking methodology to solve user and customer problems, and be able to walk into any meeting and hold informed conversations about digital transformation and the opportunities it brings.

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A series of short videos with practical tools for coping during the pandemic.

Jill Klein is an expert on resilience, wellbeing and decision-making who teaches at Melbourne Medical School as well as Melbourne Business School.

We've created a collection of Jill's videos designed for medical clinicians and other business leaders on effective tools for wellbeing and resilience during COVID-19.

Wellbeing during COVID-19

A series of short videos with practical tools for coping during the pandemic.

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Why the world's fight against COVID-19 gives hope for sustainability

Professor Hoetker is the MBS Foundation Chair of Sustainability and Business at Melbourne Business School. He believes the worldwide response to COVID-19 may dramatically change attitudes on issues like climate change.

Professor Jill Klein is an expert on resilience, wellbeing and decision-making who teaches at Melbourne Medical School as well as Melbourne Business School.

How business leaders can support employee wellbeing during COVID-19

Tips for getting your business through global upheaval

Custom Solutions

Training tailored to your organisations specific needs

We work with some of the biggest names in business to design and deliver custom learning and development programs in the areas of transformation, leadership, culture and strategy.

Contact us to find out how we can design and deliver a high-impact online custom training program for your organisation.

We're famous for teaching individuals, but Melbourne Business School also has a range of custom solutions for organisations.

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