What cereal are you going to eat this week? Join Master of Management (Accounting) students Gilbert, Jenny, Maggie and Sherry as they tackle teamwork, supermarkets and muesli at the ERPism Asia Pacific Japan Cup - where they placed third.

Accounting for Taste

International Case Competitions are the highlight of many BCom students' experience. To our four-teams who competed against top universities in Oslo, LA, Florida and Montreal - congratulations, you've done The University of Melbourne proud.

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2017 International Case Competition Success | Faculty of Business and Economics

What is the value of a Masters degree and how do you write an effective online application? Find out all the grad job tips and tricks from MBS Student Association's Panel of HR experts.

Graduate positions: where do you start?

The state government has confirmed the additional flight hub is part of the city’s long-term plan, with a site to be picked in the next five years.

Melbourne Could be Getting a Third Major Airport

Congratulations to The University of Melbourne team who took home first place at last night's International Case Competition in Montreal.
They beat tough competition from HKUST, Berkeley, Georgetown, Texas A&M, Thammasat and McGill.

Pictured (L-R) Priyanka Banerjee, Isaac Leeson, Robert Liu and Luke Buccheri.
Despite the calls for corporate social responsibility and arguments for creating shared value, companies have not been moving very quickly to increase their activity in this space, with the exception of a few early movers. Find out how to get started.

How Companies Can Champion Sustainable Development

Employees who have been with Australian-based marketing company, Bastion Collective, for at least three years will be eligible for its new unlimited leave scheme in an effort to improve their overall wellbeing. What do you think of this scheme?

Why marketing firm Bastion Collective is introducing unlimited leave for its staff

Can something as simple as a watch help you to lead a more mindful life, while also bringing about change for social good? Kristian Martinow, Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) alumnus and founder of The Timekeeper, believes so.

The Timekeeper

Live now: Selina Reid from BP shares her views on how personal is too personal for your resumé and why it's important to pay attention to grammar and spelling at tonight's MBSSA HR Panel #skillshare #mbs #mbssa #unimelb
Most leaders know what strong motivation looks like. But many leaders have little idea of how to boost or sustain that level of motivation.

Motivating People Starts with Having the Right Attitude

We’re looking forward to meeting everyone at our MBS Masters Information Evening in Perth tonight and in Adelaide tomorrow night. If you haven't registered, come along and speak directly to our admissions staff.
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Elon Musk said he could fix state energy crisis in 100 days. Here's his chance to prove it.

Moment of truth arrives for Elon Musk after county's battery promise

What we can learn from the challenges and the triumphs that have defined the last 10 years of innovation in business.

10 Lessons From 10 Years Of The World’s Most Innovative Companies

Greater density or urban sprawl - FBE alumna and Chief Economist at REA Group, Nerida Conisbee delves into solving our greatest housing challenges in her latest article for Pursuit.

Greater density or urban sprawl – solving the housing challenge

What did you do last Summer? BCom students Emma Swannie and Yan Liu share their Summer internship experiences, from being part of EY Melbourne's renowned intern program to being Shanghai company, Zhongyin's, first ever intern.

I know what you did last summer - Part 2

Coles is adjusting their payment times to small suppliers, to "help their businesses to flourish," a move that has gained a lot of support.

Coles pledges to pay small suppliers within 14 days: “We want to help their businesses to flourish”

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