23 September 2020

Sydney University's Master of Management ranks first in Australia

The University of Sydney Business School's Master of Management has again ranked first in Australia in the QS Business School Rankings, placing it among the top 30 programs globally.
10 September 2020

MBA student profile: Mayuri Manraj

MBA student and UN Women Australia scholarship recipient talks about her experience of pivoting to online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
09 September 2020

Most Victorians working from home since lockdown: new data

Almost 60 percent of the days worked by Victorians were done from home in the first week of September, according to preliminary survey findings by the Institute of Transport & Logistics Studies at the University of Sydney.
07 September 2020

WFH(ome)? How WFC(afe) may be a part of the post corona workplace change

PhD student James Bushell explores the Work From Cafe (WFC) phenomenon, which may well be part of the 'new normal' alongside working from home and working from the office.
03 September 2020

How an executive from East Pilbara is rising to COVID-19 challenges

In the first few months working for the Shire of East Pilbara in WA, Lisa Clack learnt that the average life expectancy of local Indigenous women is just 38 years. It was then she realised the challenges that lay ahead.
02 September 2020

Sydney continues its rise in global rankings

The University of Sydney has moved up nine places in the prestigious Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2021. This jump in rankings is underpinned by our excellence in research, our teaching reputation and an increase in academic citations.
02 September 2020

My global Bachelor of Commerce journey: Chloe Segal

Bachelor of Commerce (Liberal Studies) alum and Goldman Sachs analyst Chloe Segal shares the real-world experience, social networks and international study opportunities she explored throughout her Business School degree.

01 September 2020

Young, innovative, connected: meet the new Australian-Chinese entrepreneurs

Chinese-Australian entrepreneurs start companies at a young age, are highly likely to be Australian university graduates and act as a bridge between the two countries' economies, according to new research from KPMG Australia and the University of Sydney.
31 August 2020

MBA student profile: Chris Leeson

MBA student Chris Leeson talks about why he decided to study the part-time MBA and the process of discovery that led him to his decision.
27 August 2020

Sydney experts explain what we can do to close the gender pay gap

28 August was Equal Pay Day, marking the 59 extra days from the end of the financial year that women have to work to earn the same annual average wage as men. So what is the gender pay gap and how might we close it? Sydney experts explain.