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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 our MBA applicants?

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

Applying for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) is often a long and intensive process. We've put together four steps to help you successfully secure your spot in our full-time MBA.
11 April 2019

Work of leading researcher has a high impact, says leading research body

The Federal Government's research advisory body, the Australian Research Council (ARC), has recognised the work undertaken by the Business School’s Professor David Hensher for its "high" impact beyond the world of academia.
11 April 2019

Leaving Vietnam to study at Sydney

Thao is a recent graduate who came to the Business School from Vietnam on a full scholarship. With love for her country, learn how studying international business led her to create change in her home country.
10 April 2019

Sydney again comes home a winner from global finance competition

A team of Business School undergraduates has again triumphed at a prestigious international women’s finance competition hosted by the William and Mary University in Williamsburg, Virginia.
09 April 2019

The changing nature of public transport

The public transport industry has changed considerably recently with the emergence of trends such as personalisation and shared transport solutions, writes Professor John Nelson, Chair in Public Transport at ITLS.
08 April 2019

Leaving Indonesia (and Canada) to study at Sydney

Disty is a recent graduate and global student. Originally from Indonesia, she came to the University of Sydney Business School via Canada. Learn how her ability to pivot in business came from her ability to pivot in life.
08 April 2019

Accounting research raises doubts about prison privatisation

Australia holds more prisoners in private goals per capita than anywhere in the world - but Associate Professor Jane Andrew’s accounting research has found a concerning lack of transparency in our private prisons.
04 April 2019

Australia Post gains from change

The Group CFO of Australia Post has warned that disruption driven by technological advancement will continue indefinitely and that business must develop a mindset which focuses on the opportunities arising from constant change.