The University of Sydney Business School offers you the most dynamic business education experience in Australia and offers a revitalised suite of undergraduate and postgraduate programs developed in consultation with the leaders of industry. Whether you are just starting your academic journey, or looking to build on your existing business skills, the Business School has a course that will suit your needs.
The Business School is committed to building and sustaining the leading learning community in business and management education in Australia and its region. We offer our students unparalleled opportunities, intellectual and personal development and engagement with government, industry and community to provide a focused environment to help every student reach their full potential.
Studying at The University of Sydney Business School will give you access to our learning community, international accreditations and will provide you with a passport into a worldwide network of high-achieving and successful alumni.
The University of Sydney Business School provides Australia, and increasingly Asia and the rest of the world, with leaders in economics, business and government. Our mission is to educate and prepare potential leaders more effectively than any other Australian university.
The Business School courses help to develop a broad range of knowledge, skills and attitudes valued by employers, in addition to the degree-specific content knowledge and skills.
There is a different discourse emerging among leaders today, seen in the business world of shared value and in for-profit companies working to solve social problems, according to Tim Costello AO, CEO of Wold Vision Australia and one of Australia’s leading voices on social justice issues, leadership and ethics. More
The decision by the Reserve Bank to lower the official interest rate to two percent will make an already difficult situation for home buyers in Sydney and Melbourne even worse, according to University of Sydney Business School’s Dr Danika Wright. More
Australians are increasingly at risk of making the wrong decisions in crucial areas, such as superannuation investments, because of poor levels of financial literacy, according to a leading researcher at the Business School. More