Who are our students?
The University of Sydney Business School aims to provide our graduates with strong technical skills, a broad understanding of the economic, political and social context of business, and an ability to think outside of any one technical framework. Business School graduates progress to senior positions in the business, professional and public sectors. Many become leaders in their chosen fields.
The Business School provides its students with enormous scope to develop key skills that are directly applicable to the modern business environment, through its broad range of learning options.
More than 7000 students study across the following degree categories:
Single and combined undergraduate degrees in commerce and business
Areas of specialisation include: commerce, professional accounting, human resource management and industrial relations, international business, logistics management, marketing and transport management.
A pre-experience management degree for students who have recently completed an undergraduate degree
Part-time MBA for professionals with at least three years’ experience in a management position
For more information about connecting with our students, please contact:
Undergraduate and Specialised Business Masters
Master of Management
Industry Placement Program
We believe that a business degree should include genuine experience of today's business world, so we offer students who are enrolled in a Business School degree an opportunity to work for a leading firm as part of their degree, through our Industry Placement Program (IPP).
Find out more about partnering with us and offering a work placement through our IPP.
Our students *
Student enrolments: 7,202
International students: come from more than 75 countries
Student teaching load: 6,532 EFTSL
Student completions: 2,345 (18,917 since 2007)
Business School Alumni: over 56,000
- Business Information Systems
- Business Law
- Operations Management and Econometrics
- International Business
- Transport and Logistics Studies
- Work and Organisational Studies
For more information, please refer to the Disciplines page.
* Note: Student enrolments figures are as at 31.3.2014