MBS Student Association


Help our “Crack the Essay” initiative

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 who have done your subject before will volunteer to provide you useful feedback for your assignments in terms of structure, academic writing and format, among others. Of course, they are not going to do your assigment (you wish!), but they will help you proofreading and check if there are any final details to be adjusted.

Are you keen to help ‘Crack your Essay’??

To make sure that these sessions work to serve your needs effectively, we want to hear from you! Please respond to this poll to indicate your preference based on your assignment due dates to help us with scheduling. Thank you!

MBSSA proudly presents Business Ball 2019!

💫✨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 have at Melbourne Business School!

Dress to impress for this black-tie event at The Park (Albert Park) and join us for a night of fun, friends, fine food and all the other f-words. The theme for this year is Casino Royale, and you can bet it’s going to be a full house! ♠️ ♦️ ♣️ ♥️

On the night, you’ll enjoy a fancy two-course meal with dessert, but let’s get to the important part: we have an OPEN BAR for the night. Beer, wine, champagne and soft drinks will be readily available, free flowing, on demand, unlimited, at your leisure, but… we’re aiming to keep it classy all night, so you’ll have to pace yourself. 🍸

✨📷Do you desperately need a new profile pic? We’ve got you covered with a photographer and photo booths ready to capture you and your friends looking stylish and flawless (at least until you find the bar). Our DJ will also be working round the clock to deliver the sort of tunes that make you want to dance until your feet hurt and you can’t tell left from right. 🎶🎶

You can reach the venue by public transport, but if you want to arrive in style, catching a ride is a must. This year, we’ve partnered with DiDi to provide all attendees with two ride vouchers to be used on the 27th and the 28th of September. Details coming soon!

We’ll be holding ticket stalls in The Spot within the next few weeks to give you a chance to register and buy tickets. You don’t want to regret missing out on this event, so don’t gamble away your future. Find some friends and organise your table before all the tickets are gone. 😱

Tickets can be purchased for tables of 10, tables of 5 or individual tickets. If you are unable to form tables of 10, don’t worry we can team smaller groups up!


WHEN: Friday, 27th of September, 7:30PM to 12:00AM.
WHERE: The Park, 36 Lakeside Dr, Albert Park, 3206.
PRICE: $1400 for Tables of 10, $700 for Tables of 5, $145 for Individual Tickets.

MBSSA Presents: The Job Search Masterclass

S&C Event

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! Read More

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. Read More

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). Read More

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. Read More

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 Read More

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 the programme, mentors acted as a point of contact for their mentees, whether they needed a bit of basic guidance or even a quick chat over multiple cups of coffee. For mentors, this proved to be a fantastic opportunity to help ease someone whose shoes they were in once!

We are absolutely delighted to see that many of the pairs have kept in contact long after the end of the programme. The programme turned out to be a huge success, spanning six weeks, multiple group events, coffee catch-ups and countless memorable moments. As a result, MBSSA is very excited to bring back the Peer Mentoring Programme for a second run in Semester 2. New and improved, better than ever before!

If you’re interested in joining the Peer Mentoring Programme either as a Mentor or a Mentee, you can register (for free) using the relevant links below:

Join the program as a Mentor

Join the program as a Mentee


Arianna and Sara, a mentor and mentee pair from Semester 1.


Marcus and Greg, a mentor and mentee pair from Semester 1.

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Joseph Dinh, Flybuys


“It’s been almost 3 years since I graduated from MBS with a Master of Management (Marketing) degree and the experience has been invaluable. Read More

We know that it’s already getting to the pointy end of semester… but before then, it’s important for us all to unwind and set sail on an easy breezy journey! Read More

Ever wondered what MBS Alumni is up to now? What did they learn on their journey and how did they translate that into successful careers? Read More

Whether you’re in your first or final year, it’s never too early to start thinking about employment after graduation. Read More