A career in chartered accounting? Marketing? Economic analysis for the United Nations?
Whatever your passion, the quality degree programs at the University of Sydney Business School are designed to help you achieve your career aspirations. We have the largest range of programs in any business school in Australia. On the business side we offer specialisations in accounting, business information systems, commercial law, finance, human resource management, industrial relations, international business and marketing. On the economics side we offer specialisations in econometrics and economics.
All this choice means that you can combine different interests to make your study more enjoyable and improve your career prospects.
Our degrees are designed to give you maximum flexibility and choice among a wide range of subject areas within both the Business School and the University as a whole. We provide you 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. Our graduates go on to hold senior positions in the business, professional and public sectors, and many become leaders in their chosen fields.
Good employers reward enthusiastic, committed people who think for themselves and make decisions based on a sound understanding of their field. That is why we structure our learning approach to develop critical thinking, clear expression of ideas, and the ability to give good advice and make effective decisions. You will be encouraged to look beyond the basics of your subject.
Areas of study
- Choosing your degree
- Undergraduate subject areas for majors and electives
- Undergraduate honours year
- Undergraduate units of study which are currently available
How to apply?
- Undergraduate Application Process (Local Students)
- Undergraduate Application Process (International Students)
Where can I get advice?
Quality assurance and accreditation
The University of Sydney Business School is actively involved in quality assurance and accreditation activities aimed at further enhancing the quality of our teaching, research and community-related programs. In addition, a number of the Business School programs have professional accreditation.
Details can be found in the Quality Assurance and Accreditation section of this site.