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28 February 2019

University team hoping to boost employment opportunities for Foster Youth

Sydney University Business School undergraduates to present a plan to end the ‘post foster care crisis’ to a panel of judges at a Hult Prize Regional competition in Melbourne in March.
27 February 2019

Leaving India to study at Sydney

Kalee is a recent graduate who came to the Business School from Gurgaon India, to pursue a career in management. Learn how a driven mind and a newly found passion for digital innovation landed her a job at Meltwater.
22 February 2019

Coffee, the law and gender equality: UN Women MBA Scholarships awarded

Lawyer, Angela Lauman, and coffee roaster, Amelia Franklin, have each been awarded a UN Women National Committee Australia Scholarship worth over $60,000 to study one of our MBA programs.
20 February 2019

Give machines a human face and make the world a better place

The Business School’s Mike Seymour, believes that an age of computers with emotionally engaging human digital faces is just around the corner raising issues of ethics and trust.
12 February 2019

Harnessing the wisdom of crowds for better cities

Infrastructure management in modern cities, with rapidly growing populations, is a challenging task. However, authorities can utilise the collective intelligence of users to monitor the status of infrastructure assets, writes Supun Perera.
11 February 2019

Amazon share insights with MBA students

Twenty five students and alumni from our MBA programs were selected to attend a workshop facilitated by Amazon to create innovative solutions facing not-for-profit, CanTeen. Three of the participants share their experience.
08 February 2019

MBA to open new doors for accomplished pharmacist

A School of Pharmacy alumna Emily Reilly Vale is to join the Business School’s top ranking MBA Program with the support of a new scholarship reserved for pharmacy, pharmacology, medicine, nursing and science graduates.
07 February 2019

MBA student establishes NGO to improve literacy in South Sudan

Kevin Lenahan, current full-time MBA student and MBA Director’s Scholarship recipient, opens up about his journey to build the first public library in South Sudan.