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It was a fantastic night at the Marche Board Game Cafe to welcome new MBS students. Friendship were formed and cool beverages were enjoyed with attendees bring their competitive A-game.
The night continued at the Welcome Function After Party. Our students packed out Hasti Bala for a dance with friends, new and old. The atmosphere was electric and the dance moves on point!
Kicking off our After-Uni Social Series last Friday, a great turn-out made for a fantastic night at the Loop Project Space. It was evening filled with drinks and laughter.
30 Students began the semester with a real high at Hard Rock, for an exclusive rock climbing session! They demonstrated real skill scaling super tricky walls, but also had the opportunity to chat and mingle.
The MBS Case Competition is an annual event at Melbourne Business School (MBS) that provides Masters students an opportunity to work in teams to solve challenging real business case faced by companies in Australia and gain invaluable skills in the process!
A group of MBS students volunteered as kitchen hands at the Sacred Heart Mission in St Kilda. Volunteers expressed feeling incredible privileged by the opportunity to improve the lives of others.
The eagerly anticipated event of the year is the MBSSA Business Ball! Students tantalised their taste buds with a gourmet two-course meal, a dessert bar and free flowing drinks all night long. With a touch of frost and black tie glamour in stall, it is an unforgettable night.
Hosted at the European Bier Cafe, the after party was a colourful event as it followed the largest event of the MBSSA 2018 calendar.
The MBSSA Trivia Night saw some of the brightest minds go head to head in an evening of mental stimulation, friendly competition and a social beverage!
Kicking off our second After-Uni Social Series, a great turn-out made for a fantastic night at the Shaw Davey Slum. It was evening filled with drinks and laughter, a perfect way to destress after mid-sems!
Throughout the evening, students gained valuable insight regarding different industries via a panel of representatives from; Disney, BMW, Noted Careers, Quantium and NBN Australia.
Student had the opportunity to volunteer at the largest running event held in Melbourne. The fundraising event allowed students to participate in University life whilst making a positive contribution to a number of charity organisations.
The last event of semester post exams gave students a chance to unwind and catch up with friends before the summer holidays. It was an evening filled with drinks and laughter.
That’s a wrap to the after uni social series this semester. A great turn-out made for a fantastic night at the Prince Alfred Rooftop and Bar.
The MBS Case Competition is an annual event at Melbourne Business School (MBS) that provides Masters students an opportunity to work in teams to solve challenging real business case faced by companies in Australia.
This is the perfect opportunity for students to put to practice classroom teachings to real life business problems, all the while gaining invaluable skills in problem solving, teamwork and presentation skills through the various workshops being delivered by industry experts as part of competition.
Prize Money: 1st place- $1000, 2nd place- $750, 3rd place- $500, 4th place 250, 5th place $250
“Yoga and meditation 101” will be the first sports event held in the second semester. The aim is to introduce MBS students to two of the most pervasive activities proven to reduce anxiety, stress, not to mention having other physical benefits. This will be a session intended for those who want to learn what yoga is but too feel intimidated with the crazy poses, get to know how to practice a simple technique of meditation, or for those who already incorporated yoga as their routine.
There is also a trend in corporations to provide such activities for their employees, e.g. google with “Search Inside Yourself”, a meditative yoga program designed to improve emotional intelligence and mindfulness of its employees. These are qualities that are relevant in today’s workplace, which is why this activity, will hopefully serve as a starting point on a journey of self-improvement and reflection.
*Attendees are encouraged to come 10 minutes before the event starts.