Melbourne Business School

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DEFINITION of 'Melbourne Business School'

The business school of the University of Melbourne. The school offers both law and business degrees, as well as programs in marketing, management and research. The Melbourne Business School is also known for its centers of excellence that focus on various business-related topics and objectives.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Melbourne Business School'

Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Melbourne Business School was founded in 1954 and began offering MBA degrees a few years later. The school has been ranked among the top 100 Global MBAs by Financial Times magazine.

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