Facts & figures
- 3 international apex partners
- 72,000+ alumni worldwide
- Top 1% of business schools worldwide with triple crown accreditation
Our strategic partnerships are led by mutual goals to improve research collaboration and develop our students into global leaders who can meet the challenges of the fourth industrial revolution and beyond.
Students benefit from a range of mobility opportunities provided by our partners, enabling them to gain global perspectives, develop cultural competency and build valuable international networks.
Read about our international, triple-accredited 'apex' business school partners and global memberships below.
The Adam Smith Business School is a world-leading business school with the aim of creating inspiring leaders, researchers and professionals whose research and relations with industry have real impact, influencing organisations as they develop and grow globally.
The University of Sydney Business School and the Adam Smith Business School have entered into an agreement that promotes research collaborations, academic exchange and student mobility between the two institutions.
The Indian School of Business is a world-class business school committed to meeting the leadership needs of emerging Asian economies through the efficient delivery of courses in management education.
The University of Sydney Business School and the Indian School of Business have entered into an agreement that promotes research collaborations, academic exchange and student mobility between the two institutions.
The School of Management at Zhejiang University is a world-class management school and a pioneer and leader in business and management education in China.
The University of Sydney Business School and Zhejiang University have entered into an agreement that promotes research collaborations, academic exchange and student mobility between the two institutions.
CEMS is a Global Alliance of leading business schools, multinational companies and NGOs that together offer the CEMS Master in International Management, the 8th ranked Master in Management in the world (The Economist, 2019).
The University of Sydney Business School is the only institution in Australia to hold CEMS membership. The Dean of the Business School, Professor Greg Whitwell, is the current Chair of CEMS.
The Business School has articulation pathway arrangements with overseas universities, polytechnics and colleges in India, Singapore and Vietnam.
These formal arrangements can help students fast-track their studies by providing credit towards their University of Sydney Business School degrees.
For more information, visit the international articulation pathways page.
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