Master of Management (Finance)
- CRICOS Code: 064502D
At MBS we offer a comprehensive program to support your learning, develop your skills and enrich your degree. We encourage you to be involved both on and off campus and to make the most of your time outside the classroom.
Top-Tier Research & High-Quality Teaching
Finance programs at MBS are developed and taught by academics from the Department of Finance, one of the few Australian university departments exclusively committed to this discipline. The Department is internationally recognised for its world standard research, research training, and undergraduate and postgraduate education in the discipline.
Associate Professor Greg Schwann
Associate Professor Gregory Schwann is program director of the Master of Management (Finance). He specialises in real estate finance and has published widely on the topic. He was recently awarded an Australian Research Council Discovery Project grant, and completed research on Consumption, Financial Wealth and Housing Wealth over the Long Run.
Professor Paul Kofman
Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics Professor Paul Kofman teaches Ethics in Finance. Professor Kofman commenced his career as a lecturer in Finance at Erasmus University in 1991, before migrating to Australia in 1994 where he has held a number of senior University roles at Monash University, University of New South Wales, and the University of Technology, Sydney, prior to joining The University of Melbourne as Professor of Finance in 2001. Professor Kofman was appointed as Dean of the Faculty and Sidney Myer Chair of Commerce in 2012. His main research and teaching interests are in quantitative finance, and ethics in finance. With co-author Clare Payne, he recently published “A Matter of Trust: the practice of ethics in finance”.
"I would absolutely recommend the University of Melbourne to students from the United States. The university provides a level of prestige that is comparable to many of the top schools in the US, and what better way to build a global network than breaking out of your comfort zone and jumping into one of the hubs between the East and West?"
Omar is a Master of Management (Finance) graduate from the United States. He now works as a Senior Analyst at Technomics, Inc. in Washington, D.C.