Business School News
Two social enterprises developed by a team led by Business School student Ceewing Tsui have won prizes in the Enactus National competition. More
Business School students, Will Ryan and Joshua Clarke, have qualified to compete for Australia in the upcoming Rio Olympics. More
A digital app targeting the world’s art dealers, developed by a team which included a Business School student has taken out first prize in an entrepreneurship competition at the University of Georgia.
Business School well placed to extend global reach, according to leading international accreditation body 14 Jul 2016
The highly respected Brussels based accreditation body, EQUIS, has praised standards of the Business School’s academic staff, its research and its new facilities and concluded that it is well positioned to extend its global reach. More
State-of-the-art facility heralds new “business not as usual” era for business education in Asia Pacific 07 Jul 2016
The Business School’s new $250 million state-of-the-art Abercrombie Building is predicted to reshape the way students are equipped to lead the Asia–Pacific region in the dynamic 21st century. More
Brexit, monetary policy to dominate major International Banking and Financial Stability Conference 06 Jul 2016
The impact of Brexit on regional growth and the current obsession with monetary policy are among likely to dominate discussion at the annual Banking and Financial Stability Conference.
The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) has recognised the Business School’s standard of expertise with the appointment of a staff member to its social securities division. More
BlueScope Steel Indigenous Scholarship recipient “on a trajectory to make a significant contribution in business” 04 Jul 2016
Corey Davies, from the New South Wales mid-north coast, has been awarded a “life changing” Indigenous Scholarship in Business by Australian steel manufacturer, BlueScope Steel, in partnership with The University of Sydney Business School. More
A push by China based e-commerce giant, Alibaba, is turning subsistence farmers into online entrepreneurs and opening up new business opportunities for Australian companies, according to researchers at the Business School. More
A tool to screen out unruly hostel guests; a personalised complaint writing service and a crowdfunding marketplace for environmentally ethical businesses have all won major awards in the Business School’s Sydney Genesis StartUp Program. More