The experience


Studying with MBS: On campus or wherever you are, we’ve got you covered

MBS will offer subjects in either dual-delivery or online only mode.

For students who are in Melbourne and able to attend campus, we’re excited to confirm that many subjects will be delivered using a blend of on-campus activities and online activities (dual-delivery).

For students who are unable to attend campus, please rest assured all MBS subjects offered will be delivered online. Further details are available in the Handbook.

Our Virtual Campus Community, including all of our University Services for students, are still running online. We are providing many ways to stay positive and connected online including working out with MU Sport, and ways to enhance your academic skills and appointments for counselling and wellbeing.

You’ll be taught by leading specialists in the supply chain field known for their research and teaching expertise.

Top-Tier Research and High-Quality Teaching

Associate Professor Vikram Bhakoo

Supply Chain Challenges and Opportunities

Vikram’s research focuses on supply chain sustainability and risk, technology adoption and buyer/supplier relationships. His research has been published in the leading operations management journals. He is an experienced supply chain consultant to industry in Australia and India.

Associate Professor William Ho

Supply Chain Frameworks

William’s research interests include strategic sourcing and supplier performance management, supply chain risk management, and sustainable supply chain management. He has done applied research with industrial collaborators in the automotive and electronics manufacturing, bioenergy, and healthcare sectors. He has won a number of awards for teaching excellence both at Melbourne and in the United Kingdom. William is the Program Director for Supply Chain Management.

Dr Zahra Seyedghorban

Designing Supply Chains

Zahra is a Lecturer in Operations and Supply Chain Management and a Research Fellow in the Centre for Workplace Leadership at the University of Melbourne. Her research interests include digital supply chain management, Innovation in Supply Chain, sustainability, and procurement. Prior to joining academia, Zahra worked in the manufacturing and automotive industries in procurement and category management roles and continues to work closely with CIPSA (Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply Australasia).