The experience

Overview

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 academics from the Faculty of Business and Economics known for their research and teaching expertise.

Who will you learn from?

Associate Professor Ben Neville, Senior Lecturer and Course Coordinator

Dr Neville is an advocate for sustainability and is involved in the university’s fair-trade steering committee and is a member of the sustainable investments framework steering group. He believes that it is important for corporate decision makers to be progressive as they have the main power to direct resources.

Dr Naomi Soderstrom

Dr. Naomi Soderstrom is Deputy Head of Department and Professor of Managerial Accounting. She joined the Department of Accounting in 2012. Her primary research areas are managerial accounting and sustainability accounting.

Dr Renaud Coulomb

Renaud is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Economics at the University of Melbourne. His primary fields are environmental economics and energy economics.

His work focuses on carbon taxation, fossil fuels extraction and on nuclear risk perception. His secondary fields are political economics and corporate finance. In these fields, he studies the impact of political connections on firms’ performance and businesspeople behaviours.