The University of Sydney Business School is part of a vibrant and international learning community incorporating academics, students, corporate partners, governments, schools, and other universities and research institutions. We have a strong international focus in our programs and curriculum, as well as in the composition of our staff and student bodies. Many of our degree programs either offer a major in international business or incorporate units of study that give an international perspective.
A significant number our staff and students come from or have studied overseas, making for a rich and multicultural environment. The Business School has many formal affiliations with international educational institutions. The University of Sydney Business School is also one of eleven founding members of the Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS).
The University of Sydney Business School has become the only Australian business school to be admitted to the Community of European Management Schools (CEMS), the highly prestigious alliance of leaders in business and higher education. CEMS comprises 17 of the best known business schools in Europe together with 9 non-European academic institutions as Associate Members, with only one school per country being admitted at any one time.