Partnerships, Memberships and Alliances
Monash Business School takes a strategic and focused approach to international engagement for the purpose of enhancing research, teaching and learning outcomes.
We have developed extensive links with business faculties, corporate organisations and government bodies around the world, offering a wide range of opportunities to staff and students to develop and broaden their research and study experience.
International institutional partnerships
Monash Business School strategically focuses on establishing and developing partnerships with quality business schools and universities around the world. These partnerships include research collaborations, student exchange and staff exchange.
Of particular note, we are an active participant in the Warwick Monash Alliance.
The ESA Monash Forum
The ESA Monash Forum is a joint initiative between Monash Business School and the Economic Society of Australia (ESA).
The forum explores the extent to which Australian economists agree or disagree on key national and global public policy issues.
It encourages a more in-depth understanding of how economics can help guide our thinking, policy design and implementation in today's world.
Monash Business School is a member of:
- Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS)
Monash has held AAPBS membership since 2005. Other members include educational institutions from across Asia and the Pacific, AACSB, EQUIS and a number of European and American universities.
- Global Business Schools Network (GBSN)
- Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative Accreditation (GRLI)
GRLI's mission is to "develop a next generation of responsible leaders" through collective and individual actions. GRLI is the joint operational arm in responsible management education of AACSB International and EFMD. Consistent with our mission, vision and values, Monash Business School is a GRLI partner and pledged a commitment to embed GRLI initiatives throughout our programs and internal governance.
- Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME)
The mission of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative is to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally.
Members of PRME are inspired by internationally accepted values such as the principles of the United Nations Global Compact. They seek to establish a process of continuous improvement among institutions of management education in order to develop a new generation of business leaders capable of managing the complex challenges faced by business and society in the 21st century.
Taking the Six Principles as a guiding framework, any institution which is willing to integrate corporate responsibility and sustainability in a gradual but systemic manner is welcome to join the initiative.
Monash Business School has been a signatory to PRME since 2009.
- Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM)
In 2014, we became an academic partner of the Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management (QTEM) Masters global network promoting collaborations between elite business students, universities and international companies.
International research alliances
Besides our extensive research engagement with business, corporate and government links, researchers from the Monash Business School's departments and centres are engaged in numerous research collaborations with international universities.