Tyrone Carlin - Newsroom articles
Greek elections have made world news over 18 Jun 2012
ABC 702 Radio has interviewed Professor Tyrone Carlin, Deputy Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, regarding the impact of the Greek election outcome for the Eurozone economic crisis. Professor Carlin references Argentina as an example to explain what is needed for restoration of the Greek economy.
Aussie unis welcome Chinese students 06 Jun 2012
China Central Television
China Central Television has interviewed Professor Tyrone Carlin, Deputy Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, regarding the University of Sydney's Gaokao policy. The University of Sydney has changed its policy to allow Chinese students with a tier-one ranking in the Gaokao to receive direct admission into undergraduate courses provided they meet the English language requirement.
Let's get down to business 06 May 2012
The Sun Herald newspaper has interviewed Deputy Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, Professor Tyrone Carlin, regaridng the global nature of studying business and the opportunities for a career overseas.
Uni plan for more Chinese students 28 Feb 2012
SBS Radio has interviewed Professor Tyrone Carlin, Acting Dean of the University of Sydney Business School on the new Gaokao arrangement, which aimed at encouraging more outstanding Chinese students to study in Australia.
Sydney Morning Herald
Professor Tyrone Carlin, acting dean at the University of Sydney Business School, has been interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald regarding new arrangement to accept high achievers in the China National Education Entrance Examination (GaoKao).
Be your own master 08 Sep 2011
Business Review Weekly
Business Review Weekly has interviewed Professor Tyrone Carlin, Acting Dean of the University of Sydney Business School, about MBA programs.
Champion of women's progress 14 May 2011
Sydney Morning Herald
A visionary student is tackling inequality by boosting women's workforce involvement. Yiota Kaliaropoulos acknowledges there are many obstacles in the path to gender parity on the climb up the corporate ladder. But that makes her more determined to demand equal opportunities and rise through thesenior ranks of management. Professor Tyrone Carlin, says the faculty's support of its Women and Work Research Group is an example of the Univeristy of Sydney Business School's commitment to women in the field of education.