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06 April 2023

How a passion for people led to a Global Executive MBA degree

For self-made global consultant, Richard Telleria, it was his father’s work ethic back in Spain that helped shaped the trajectory of career, and ultimately led him to Sydney’s Global Executive MBA.
15 February 2023

MBA Student Profile Desmond Graham

Alek Safarian scholarship recipient Desmond Graham reflects on how the part-time MBA has benefitted his work in the geriatric care industry.
13 December 2022

MBA Student Profile Dr Catherine Bateman

Dr Catherine Bateman shares why she chose the University of Sydney MBA, and how it has impacted her personally and professionally.

14 November 2022

Setting up for success in post-MBA career progression

Betty Xiang reflects on her experience with the MBA Class of 2022 and navigating their post-MBA career aspirations.
17 October 2022

MBA Student Profile Abbie Watts

Abbie Watts shares why she chose the University of Sydney MBA, her key takeaways from the program so far, and her experience living in Sydney.
17 October 2022

Master of Management Student Profile Serwan Roman

Find out why Serwan Roman chose to study the Master of Management at the University of Business School and how it has helped him in his career.
29 August 2022

MBA Student Profile Akhilla Ashok

Akhilla Ashok shares why she chose the University of Sydney MBA, the best part of the degree so far, and how she found the transition from Mumbai to Sydney.
28 February 2022

UN Women Australia MBA scholarship awarded to Australia-India Corporate Advisor

Natasha Jha Bhaskar has been awarded the 2022 UN Women Australia MBA scholarship which funds the study of the University of Sydney Business School’s part-time MBA.
09 December 2021

Intensive Care Paramedic awarded Future Leaders MBA Scholarship

NSW Ambulance Employee of the Year in 2019, Jordan Rosser, has been awarded this year’s Future Leaders MBA scholarship at the University of Sydney Business School.
16 November 2021

Indigenous Social Enterprise Project offers cultural learning to MBA students

The Indigenous Social Enterprise Project, offered within the part-time MBA this year, took students to Worimi Country to develop solutions to local problems with land, people and tradition in mind.