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, Māori Business and Human Resources/Industrial Relations. Our specialised postgraduate and post-experience qualifications include the Victoria Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

News

1 September 2014 Strategy prize for MBA students
MBA students Francene Wineti (winner) and Martina Hill (runner-up) were this year's prizewinners of the International Management Consultants Strategy Prize, presented during a forum held in August. Read more
20 August 2014 Blogging the Future of Food Festivals
VISA Wellington on a Plate Festival Blogger Sofia Levin writes about Tourism Postgraduate student’s food festival scenario’s Read more
12 August 2014 Researching those who love their work, despite difficult conditions
Dr Sarah Proctor-Thomson from the School of Management is in the early stages of researching people who work in low paid or precarious jobs, but who have a passion for the work. Read more

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Professor John Brocklesby

Head of School

Professor John Brocklesby welcomes you to the School of Management.
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Study Tour

MBA Study Tour 2014

MBA students travelling from Hong Kong to Guangzhou blog about their experiences. Read more »

CLEW logoThe Centre for Labour, Employment and Work (CLEW) brings together academics from a range of disciplines to provide a comprehensive network of research around work. 
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Jacqui

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 »