Partnerships, Alliances and Advisory Boards
Our main stakeholder communities include secondary schools, business, government, other international business schools and our alumni all around the world.
- Secondary school engagement: We work with secondary schools to facilitate a positive and successful transition to Monash Business School by their students
- Business and government entities: Fundamental to our education and research programs, industry and government engagement assists us to define our priorities, enables timely sharing of pertinent research findings and promotes graduate employment.
- Academic institutions: Our aim is to embed a global perspective in our students, our graduates and our staff. Links with academic institutions promote students' global citizenship and staff academic collaborations.
- Alumni: We recognise our ongoing obligation to alumni. In addition to continually growing the value of their degree and offering ongoing professional development opportunities, we seek to foster professional links between alumni and between alumni and students.
We have developed extensive links with business schools, corporate organisations and government bodies around the world to develop and broaden research opportunities and study experiences.
Advisory boards provide an important connection with our key industry stakeholders, providing a channel for consultation and advice ranging from course development to strategic relationships with business and government.
We offer a range of global study opportunities for our students to give them an invaluable international perspective and career-building skills, including study options at over 100 partner institutions around the world.
Thrive Global Asia Pacific (APAC) harnesses the world-renowned expertise of Thrive Global and Monash Business School to improve the mental wellbeing of employees in the Asia Pacific region.
Our International Networks of Excellence links top researchers with experts from renowned universities around the globe, sharing valuable international experience, improving industry impact and engaging in policy change.
Woodside and Monash University joined forces to develop innovative responses to real-world challenges through a long-term research partnership, beginning with the Woodside Monash Energy Partnership in 2016.