Anna talks about her experience spending six weeks in Paris working as an international marketing consultant.
Note: Applications for the NEXT Innovation Program for Semester 1, 2019 have now closed.
The NEXT Innovation Program is a globally recognised, award-winning program designed to equip business and management students with work-ready skills. It is structured for developing market-tested 'business of tomorrow' concepts in a constructed timeframe.
The program allows students to work with mentors from Deloitte and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), and aims to replicate a corporate innovation community comprising students, corporate mentors, program coordinators and additional participants.
Enrolment into the program or unit of study is selective and only those students who successfully proceed through the selection process are considered for placements. Students from the Master of Commerce and the Master of Professional Accounting are eligible to apply.
The selection criteria for NEXT is:
Students are responsible for their own degree progression and must ensure they have sufficient room in their degree, or permission to overload. Students should contact the Student Centre for assistance with degree progressions.
Applications for Semester 1, 2019 have now closed.
The NEXT Innovation Accelerator application is a two-part process: an online application followed by a pre-approval and a formal approval after grades have been released.
Step 1: Online Application
To complete your online application, you are required to submit the following information:
If successful during STEP 1 you will receive a pre-approval for the NEXT Innovation Accelerator.
Step 2: Formal Approval
After grades are released from the semester immediately preceding the semester you wish to enrol in NEXT, you will receive a notification that you can now enrol in NEXT provided you meet the minimum academic requirements.
Apply now using the NEXT Innovation Accelerator Program application form. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the application process.
In recognition of the value that experiential learning adds to the development of your employability skills, the Business School is offering students the opportunity to earn credit for self-sourced placements.
The program differs from other internships or work experience programs by complementing your placement experience with a unit of study. The unit of study serves to increase your critical thinking about your placement experience and is designed to enhance your other studies both during and beyond your degree.
Access all that the University of Sydney Business School has to offer alongside your professional development with your employer through our cadetship.
As your cadetship will encompass both work and study, the timetable for cadetship students is tailored to ensure that you meet both your academic and employment requirements. We offer classes in blocks on a particular day of the week as well as a range of evening classes in core units of study.