After the long and isolating year that was 2020, we are so glad to be back together in real life, away from our Zoom personas. Throughout semester one of 2021, MBSSA has had the goal of reuniting MBS students together again in person now that restrictions have finally lifted! One of the first events weContinue reading “Reunited again in 2021!”
When I heard that MBSSA was opening registration for the Melbourne Business School Case Competition last year, I had two options: participate or pass. I decided to participate, and it turns out to be one of the best decisions I have ever made – hear me out. If you feel unsure to participate because youContinue reading ““MBS Case Competition- one of the best decisions ever””
We know writing a good essay requires tons of research, organising ideas, start writting and hours of editing. Even when it’s done, it would be great to have someone who can provide us some final feedback, isn’t it? Well, we have you covered! We intend to host Crack your Essay sessions, where fellow students whoContinue reading “Help our “Crack the Essay” initiative”
💫✨Almost halfway through the semester, is everyone ready for the event of the year to take our minds off studies for one extravagant night?✨💫 The Melbourne Business School Student Association presents the Business Ball 2019 and cordially invites you and your friends to what will be one of the most memorable experiences you will haveContinue reading “MBSSA proudly presents Business Ball 2019!”
The marketing division of Sharp & Carter has collaborated with the MBS Student Association to give behind the scenes insights on what employers are looking for in a candidate these days!
Palms sweating, shaking, voice quivering, forehead burning, dizzying… most of us have experienced some degree of anxiety when we do presentations which are inevitable in MBS.
Johnson Xu, Findex & Blockshine Technology Fintech students must crack code. Coming from a technology background and graduated from MBS with a Master of Finance degree, I’m standing in between technology and finance. (Yes, Fintech).
MBSSA approached Master of International Business student, Mamta Mehra, for her take on the whole experience of participating in the MBS Case Competition in 2018. Let’s have a look at what she had to say.
Adrian Yeung, KPMG “I started off at The University of Melbourne as a Bachelor of Arts student, with ambitions to build a career in journalism
Last semester saw the very first iteration of the Peer Mentoring Programme, with over 120 new students (mentees) partnering up with 60 current students (mentors). The goal was to comfortably ease new students into life at MBS by providing hands-on opportunities to build a network of friends and familiar faces. For the duration of theContinue reading “MBSSA Peer Mentoring: Sem 2, 2019”