School of Management and Marketing
Our courses integrate evidence-based knowledge, industry know-how and emerging global trends across key discipline areas, including:
- Business Information Systems
- Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Strategy and International Business
- People, Culture and Organisations
- Tourism, Hospitality and Events
Our links with leading industry groups offer a range of work experience opportunities. These experiences enable you to hone your work skills before you graduate, and transition into the business world. Our industry-connected approach also means you’ll be eligible to apply for entry to professional industry bodies upon graduation.
The School is also home to leading research entities such as the Future of Work Institute, the John Curtin Institute of Public Policy, the Luxury Branding Research Cluster, the Tourism Research Cluster, the Consumer Research Lab, the Blockchain Research and Development Lab and the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE).
Our school advisory board helps shape our courses and research for the benefit of students and industry alike.
Contact information for School of Marketing and Management staff.
Innovative teaching and learning
The School of Management and Marketing is committed to providing authentic teaching and learning opportunities. Marketing, advertising and public relations students will benefit from the expertise of the renowned Consumer Research Lab and refine their skills through access to real-world social media tracking software.