School of Management

School of Management

Located in the heart of New Zealand's capital city and part of Victoria Business School, the School of Management offers undergraduate courses in Tourism Management (BTM), Management and Human Resources/Industrial Relations. Our specialised postgraduate and professional qualifications include the Victoria Master of Business Administration (MBA).


Nov27-28LEW16 Conference
Date: 27–28 November 2014
Time: 9.30 am
The 16th Conference on Labour, Employment and Work in New Zealand (LEW Conference), to be… Read more
Dec8Book Launches: Advances in Tourism Research
Date: 8 December 2014
Time: 12.00 pm
Venue: Level 12 Boardroom/Dining Room, Rutherford House
Three new books have been published by Victoria University's Tourism Management group Read more

More events »


19 November 2014 Shades of Employment Contracts Act in new law reform
The following is an opinion piece by Dr Stephen Blumenfeld, Director of the Centre for Labour, Employment and Work in Victoria’s School of Management, which was published in The Dominion Post on 18 November 2014. Read more
18 November 2014 Conference to highlight labour, work and employment issues
An upcoming conference supported by Victoria University of Wellington and the Ministry of Business, Innovation… Read more
6 November 2014 Egyptian icon reflects leadership and identity concepts
Senior lecturer Dr Sally Riad A School of Management senior lecturer has been researching how… Read more

More news »

Professor John Brocklesby

Head of School

Professor John Brocklesby welcomes you to the School of Management.
Read more »


MBA applications open

Applications for the 2015 Victoria MBA programme are now open – take your career in business to the next level.
More about the Victoria MBA »

CLEW logo

The Centre for Labour, Employment and Work (CLEW) brings together academics from a range of disciplines to provide a comprehensive network of research around work. 
Learn more about CLEW »


Postgraduate Study

Jacqui Sizeland graduated with a BCom(Hons) in Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations. The School offers Honours and Masters degrees in different subject areas:
 • Human Resource Management
   & Industrial Relations »
 • Management »
 • Tourism Management »

Tourism and commerce student Acushla-Tara Sutton

Tourism project puts theory into practice

Pursuing her studies in Wellington challenged tourism and commerce student Acushla-Tara Sutton to put what she was learning into practice. More details and video »