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2020

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12 November 2020

Why Australia shouldn't abandon international education

The proposition that Australia's public universities should retreat from the international education market, including China, and focus largely or even solely on domestic students is based on a "false binary", according to a new discussion paper.

11 November 2020

Responsible business platform wins Sydney Genesis startup competition

Relievables, a responsible business management platform, has won the Sydney Genesis competition, the University of Sydney's flagship startup accelerator program.
09 November 2020

Why harassment threatens to keep women out of 'shovel-ready' industries

After the federal government announced budget stimulus that prioritised male-dominated industries, new research from the University of Sydney reveals women already working in those sectors are experiencing a pernicious problem: gender harassment.
05 November 2020

Where will our Master of Commerce specialisations lead you?

The University of Sydney Business School's transformed Master of Commerce program allows you to choose from eight future-focused specialisations to truly personalise your learning and future-proof your career.

04 November 2020

Up-and-coming researchers awarded $10m

24 academics have been awarded funding through the Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA) scheme.
02 November 2020

“Personalised Analytics” to battle coronavirus outbreak and beyond

Personalised analytics involves using the data gathered and analysed by artificial intelligence with personal, human judgement. Professor Behnam Fahimnia looks at how this could be implemented to handle logistics disruptions caused by events such as the coronavirus.
29 October 2020

MBA student profile: Meredith Edwards

MBA student and Alek Safarian scholarship recipient, Dr Meredith Edwards, talks about why she decided to study an MBA and what she hopes to get out of it after completing her first year of study.
28 October 2020

Quality teaching spurs jump in Times subject rankings

The University shows strong performance in the Times Higher Education subject rankings.
22 October 2020

Lack of face-to-face contact could harm young professionals' careers

Less face-to-face interactions at work, due to COVID-19, could harm the long-term career prospects of young professionals, according to a new global survey that included University of Sydney graduates.
21 October 2020

MBA student profile: Anna Yanatchkova

Anna Yanatchkova, current MBA student and Government Relations Manager at the Sydney Opera House, shares how the MBA has impacted her life, both personally and professionally