The Melbourne School of Government is a whole of University interdisciplinary School, harnessing the resources of the University to create and deliver new Masters Programs, Research@MSoG, executive education and international partnerships.
The Melbourne School of Government provides a platform for informed, independent debate on contemporary issues of great significance to the future of Australia and our region.
By bringing together expertise from across the University and various disciplines including, but not limited to, economics, political science, international relations, sociology, development studies, philosophy and law, the School seeks to unite policy makers, industry leaders and citizens through ideas that are both actionable and that provide lasting solutions.
The Melbourne School of Government aims to:
- Harness the University's diverse resources in our graduate and executive teaching to equip the current and next generation of leaders
- Facilitate research that meets the needs of governments, industry and social partners
- Be the platform for exploration, debate and innovation nationally and in our region
For more information visit The Melbourne School of Government website: http://government.unimelb.edu.au/
Structure and Governance
The Melbourne School of Government is a graduate school within the Faculty of Arts focused on public policy and governance.
- The Dean of Arts is the custodial Dean
- The Melbourne Law School and the Faculty of Business and Economics are core Partner Faculties for the new School, supporting the development and delivery of its academic mission
- The School also provides opportunities for staff from all faculties to participate in research and teaching, and to better influence public policy
- The School has a core team of staff leading its activities and works with and through academics in the three core faculties and beyond on teaching, research and engagement
- The School has a multifaculty Executive Management Group overseeing its activities
- The School’s work will be supported by an external advisory board comprised of leading figures from the worlds of government, industry and the not-for-profit sector