The University of Sydney Business School helps advance Career Prospects
13 Apr 2011
The Business School is among 12 faculties who will be present at the event, being held 4-7pm Thursday 14 April in Maclaurin Hall, Camperdown Campus. As part of the event, an advice centre has been created with information stalls about the postgraduate courses available and how to apply for mid year graduate entry at the University of Sydney.
The event will also feature a general lecture delivered by Michaela James, Postgraduate Student Recruitment Manager. The lecture will be titled 'What Are Your Graduate Options?' and will take place in the Professorial Board Room, 5.30-6.00pm.
One of the popular Business School programs featured at the event is the Master of Management - a program aimed at top students from both business and non-business degrees that open doors for top students internationally.
As Australia's only 'pre-experience' management degree, the innovative Master of Management degree, provides graduates with practical management skills and a unique opportunity to extend their qualifications before entering the workforce.
The twelve month program is targeted at top students from both a business-related discipline, such as accounting, as well as students from fields such as arts or science who want to pursue corporate and international careers.
The University of Sydney is the only Australian university to offer recent graduates a management degree that partners with some of the world's top companies and Europe's leading business schools.
The international connection is through the University's membership of CEMS - the Community of European Management Schools, a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies, including Adidas, Nokia and McKinsey & Company.
The best students in the program will have the chance to complete the CEMS Master of International Management, the flagship degree of the Community of European Management Schools, an alliance of Europe's top 18 business schools, including the London School of Economics and HEDC Paris.
More information about The University of Sydney Business School programs Midyear Graduate Expo.