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17 December 2019

Advertising continues to reinforce gender stereotypes, study finds

Magazine adverts continue to tell mothers to put families first and devote their knowledge to caring for family members rather than using it for personal and professional advancement, according to an international study.
17 December 2019

5 reasons to do a Global Executive MBA

Our Global Executive MBA takes you out of the classroom and around the world, providing unique experiences and education across Australia, India, Israel and the United States.
13 December 2019

Indian Minister to discuss consumer protection with Business School

A ministerial level delegation from India will meet with University of Sydney Business School representatives on Monday for discussions as part of the Collaborative Consumer Project funded by DFAT's Australia India Council.
13 December 2019

Business School Dean urges CEMS students to act on global concerns

The Dean of the University of Sydney Business School and Chair of CEMS has called on CEMS students to take concrete action to create a more open, stable and inclusive international environment.
13 December 2019

Report highlights challenges for mature workers and workplaces

A new report has found mature workers across Australia feel excluded in today's workforce and have limited development opportunities and flexible work arrangements, compared to younger workers.
13 December 2019

Collaborative research environment inspires marketing PhD candidate

Nulpurum Seo reflects on how a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Sydney Business School has supported her research in marketing and consumer psychology.
10 December 2019

MBA student profile: Rebecca Nikqi

Rebecca Nikqi is the recipient of the Marsh and McLennan Women in Leadership MBA Scholarship 2016 and current MBA student.
05 December 2019

58 Discovery Project grants awarded to Sydney researchers

Federal Education Dan Tehan announced the latest round of ARC Discovery Project grants, including funds for 58 research projects involving University of Sydney researchers and administered by the University.
05 December 2019

How Hatch is kick-starting student careers

For full-time international MBA students, finding work in Australia while studying can be a real challenge. Hatch is a new program that is tackling this issue by connecting full-time students with internship and career opportunities.
04 December 2019

Why study the Master of International Business at Sydney

Find out how our Master of International Business will give you a competitive edge to help you accelerate your global career.