Benefit from an award-winning learning model that's delivering exceptional results. We aim to be the most industry-connected business school in Victoria and provide practical business degrees, focused on building your employability.

VU's business & management undergraduate courses were ranked #1 in Victoria in two categories in the Student Experience Survey (in aggregate data from 2018-19):

  • 'Were positive about their skills development' (under Current student experience) - 83.3%
  • 'Were satisfied with how their skills improved' (under Recent graduate satisfaction) - 83.5%.

Data taken from QILT survey data, via ComparED.

Memberships & accreditations

When you study at Victoria University Business School, you join an international community and network of leading global organisations, including:

  • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
  • European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).

Our courses are accredited by professional bodies, ensuring that you graduate with industry-ready, professionally recognised qualifications.

For the duration of our MBA, you'll automatically receive membership with the Institute of Managers and Leaders Membership. This means you'll be connected with Australia’s most powerful leadership network, even before you graduate. 

Industry engagement

At Victoria University, we aim to create life-changing experiences for our students, with a genuine real-world focus. This comes through in the classroom experience, in assessment tasks, in the internships we offer to students, and in the mentoring we provide.

Through our wide network of industry relationships, we create settings where our students are able to have rich conversations with practitioners. These are just some of the ways we ensure the student experience is authentic and practical.

Courses we offer

Our courses will equip you with practical business skills, building your confidence to help you achieve your career goals in any industry.

We offer a range of business courses, from Accounting and Finance, to Management, Marketing, Hospitality and Event Management.

Whatever the discipline, you can be sure that you will develop a toolkit to prepare you for employment.

Upcoming events

Join us at a VU Business School event.

6-7pm, Wednesday 27 October
In person/Online and free

Story: Melding Life
Eugene Smarrelli, Leading Partner of Banks Group, a top-ranking Australian SME has offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland. He has held several Board positions and has performed the role of Chairman in a range of industry and government sectors.Born in Melbourne, he was the son of immigrants arriving in early 50s escaping post war Italy looking for the better life. Eugene Smarrelli, shares his story on melding between his traditionally rich cultural upbringing and his birth home of Australia and its culture. Eugene shares his experience in how he formed a unique way to create success despite all the obstacles he faced. His leadership desire led beyond his own personal vision; he drove his passion to support others through his philanthropic efforts. He successfully combines his passions for music and managerial experience to help charitable and not-for-profit organisations achieve their objectives. As he says: “… I am committed to help all those who wish to create a brighter future for us all”.

For more information please contact [email protected] or 9919 5374.

9am, Friday Friday 29 October 2021
In person/Online and free.

Abstracts due by 31 August 2021.

The Victoria University Business School and Institute for Sustainable Industries & Liveable Cities with the support of CMA Australia is hosting a research conference: Environmental, Social and Governance for Sustainability.

We invite papers/abstracts that investigate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues such as:

  • ESG reporting, assurance, or regulations
  • UN sustainability goals
  • ESG measurement
  • investor expectations
  • circular economy
  • involvement of different sectors, including not for profit and public sector.

This year, the conference will also focus on the impact of COVID-19 and future priorities.

Environmental Social & Governance for Sustainability Conference 2021 - information & registration

Our people

Our staff are experts in their field and have a passion for teaching. You will be supported all the way through your University journey and will gain a competitive edge by also learning from Industry experts. Meet a selection of our people below or see all our people, including adjuncts, at our A-Z list of Business School staff.

Specialisation advisors are responsible for providing academic advice to students related to their studies, including change of specialisations, advanced standings, eligibility to graduate, and more.

The specialisation advisors are:

The course chair provides academic oversight for the course(s) in their discipline area to ensure an appropriate units/course structure and content. They foster links with relevant industry members and associations, and provide academic advice to students where necessary.

The course chairs are:

  • Luke Keshishian | CUAs Team Leader
  • Suruchi Goel | CUA at City Flinders Campus
  • Iman Hassan | CUA at City Queen Campus and City Flinders Campus
  • Kim Ngo | CUA at Footscray Park Campus

Email for all CUAs: [email protected].