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15 May 2019

Tech for electorate mapping wins innovation competition

Days out from the federal election, a software company that helps charities, business and community groups influence politicians using data and technology, has won the University of Sydney Genesis innovation competition.
15 May 2019

Business School contributes to improved whistleblower protection

The Chair of the Business School's discipline of Business Law, Associate Professor David Chaikin, has been recognised by the Federal Government for his contribution to reforms which improve protection for whistleblowers.
14 May 2019

Successful recipients of scholarships for the Certificate of Transport Management

ITLS has long been providing professional development for middle managers in the bus and coach industry through the Certificate of Transport Management (CTM), this year being held on July 9-12 2019.
09 May 2019

Disruptors dominate premier entrepreneurship competition final

"Disruptors" in fields ranging from architecture to education have made it through to the finals of the first University of Sydney’s Genesis Innovation Competition for 2019.
08 May 2019

MBA students nourish the mind and body

Full-time MBA students join forces for a mindful cooking class at Sydney Seafood School. We hear from two of the students who reflect on the experience.
06 May 2019

How Green are Electric Vehicles?

Consumers need to take into account a number of factors when determining exactly how environmentally friendly electric cars are, writes Jiayu Wang.
03 May 2019

Soft skills the key to meaningful youth employment

A team of three Sydney undergraduates who believe they have a solution to worldwide youth unemployment are now only two steps away from an opportunity to present their idea to the United Nations and win a million dollars.
30 April 2019

Whimpact: More questions than answers

Yale Z Wong weighs in on the recently released Whimpact report, which documents insights from the world's first Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) system in Helsinki, Finland.
17 April 2019

What qualities do we look for in a full-time MBA applicant?

In a world of growing complexity, disruption and ambiguity, our full-time MBA offers far more than the fundamentals of business. Future business leaders need to be resilient, adaptable, progressive and influential to succeed on the global stage.
17 April 2019

How to successfully apply for a full-time MBA

Choosing which MBA to study is often a long and intensive process. From researching which MBA is right for you, to preparing your application and attending an interview, it’s important to tell us what sets you apart from other candidates.