Your career never stops advancing when you join Australia's most influential business network.
When you join Melbourne Business School, you join a community of supporters, mentors and lifelong friends.
With more than 10,000 alumni around the world, you're never too far from friendly support and advice whenever you need it and wherever your career takes you.
Get the most out of your career investment at Melbourne Business School by staying in touch with people who share your desire to succeed by helping to create a better world.
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Recruit our Students
Being part of the Melbourne Business School alumni community means you can access our recruiting services at no cost to you.
We work with you to create a tailored recruitment strategy for your organisation which includes information sessions, job postings and annual events like the MBA and Master of Business Analytics Career Months.
Get in touch with our Career Management team to take advantage of our recruiting program and learn how we can match your needs with the best talent.Read more
Support Melbourne Business School
Continue your journey with Melbourne Business School and support us to make a better world through business.
Donations can help us build the capabilities of individuals and organisations, looking to make a difference.
Your generosity can support the business, government or non-profit sectors through initiatives such as student internship and graduate programs and impactful business research.Read more
"When you spend time with senior executives from all walks of life, you quickly realise the power of a good network that you can draw on and learn from."DANIEL BARRINS
Founder and Chairman, Partners for Purpose
"Mentoring helps women leaders to reduce their self-doubt by learning from other leaders who share their knowledge and experience and act as a sounding board."JACKIE ROBB
"Networking isn't just about your career – it's about meeting new people, hearing about what they do in the world and making that valuable contact."JUDE NEWTON
Co-Founder, Third Man Up