The School

Internationalisation is fundamental to the ethos of Monash Business School.

We are committed to providing education and research opportunities that enable our staff and students to engage effectively in global settings. Our curriculum is international in its orientation, design and delivery, and we harness technology to participate in global dialogues.

Our cohort of people is reflective of the international community. Our staff come from more than 40 countries and our students from more than 100 countries. Our alumni are part of a global talent pool, contributing positively to all industries and sectors.

Our international presence is strengthened through our sister schools in Malaysia and South Africa and by leveraging Monash University's global footprint in China, India and Italy. This presence is further supported by our relationships, collaborations and networks worldwide.

We are dedicated to finding new ways of doing things on a global scale. We continue to invest in innovative research to benefit the business, government and policy communities in advanced economies, emerging markets and the developing world. Committed agents of change, we do our utmost to bring about positive change in the world.

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A truly international community

Monash Business School is a diverse, inclusive community with a truly international focus. Our academic staff come from across the world and engage in research and educational projects on a global scale.
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CSIRO project 

Global research projects
Monash Busines School is part of the CSIRO Flagship Collaborative Program in Superannuation Research, working in collaboration with CSIRO, Griffith University, the University of Western Australia and the UK's University of Warwick.
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Global partnerships 

A network of global partners
Our focus is research with impact, engaging with industry, and establishing global partnerships and alliances to deliver practical solutions to business issues and create commercial opportunities from research findings.
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