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23 October 2019

Could a phone app be the answer to the food security crisis?

A smartphone app may be the solution to food shortages and malnutrition caused by economic upheaval, conflict and climate change, according to a University of Sydney Business School MBA alum.
23 October 2019

MBA Student Profile: Nancy Huang

Full-time MBA alumna, Nancy Huang, talks about relocating to Sydney from China with her young family to study the MBA.
18 October 2019

Genesis startup program in search of next international fintech sensation

The University of Sydney Business School, which has been associated with some of the nation's most successful financial sector startups, has launched a fintech specific competition under its highly respected Genesis umbrella.
16 October 2019

Informal Business School team takes Danish finance competition by storm

A locally assembled team of University of Sydney Business School students on exchange in Denmark have almost beaten their host, the Copenhagen Business School, in a prestigious financial case competition.
14 October 2019

PhD Candidate helps to shape the future of transport

A Business School doctoral candidate, Yale Wong, has been chosen to represent Australia as a Youth Ambassador to an international conference in Singapore, which is expected to help shape the future of global transport systems.
11 October 2019

Industry Placement Program sets Business students on career path

The Business School's Industry Placement Program gives students the opportunity to work for leading organisations in Australia and abroad. Four students share the impact the program had on their careers.
10 October 2019

Business School offers groundbreaking Philippines Study Tour

The University of Sydney Business School is offering first year undergraduate students a cultural and responsible business immersion experience in the Philippines, one of Southeast Asia's fastest emerging economies.
08 October 2019

Leveraging a Master of International Business

Davin Gaynes, Head of BROP Risk Management, Institutional Banking and Markets at Commonwealth Bank, reflects on his experiences in postgraduate study at the University of Sydney.
08 October 2019

Automated Vehicles: Ubiquity of Mobility or a Profanity for Humanity?

The introduction of AV services that operate in pedestrian spaces could have significant positive impacts for those who lack access to mobility. However, we need to consider the impact on our urban environments and what regulations will be required, writes Tony Arnold.
03 October 2019

Fast rail answer to urban sprawl

Nearly half of Australia’s metropolitan residents would consider relocating to a regional centre if they could travel by fast train to the city in under an hour, according to a survey by the University of Sydney Business School.