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16 April 2020

Self-testing startup by Sydney Global EMBA alumni lists on ASX

Atomo Diagnostics, a startup created by two University of Sydney Business School alumni, aims to develop a self-testing SARS-CoV-2 kit. The company will float on the Australian Stock Exchange today.
04 March 2020

MBA Scholarship recipients share a commitment to "leadership for good"

Meghal Shah and Meredith Edwards are both highly motivated professionals. They committed to improving people's lives and both see an MBA as a way of advancing their objectives.
25 February 2020

UN Women Australia MBA scholarships awarded to drivers of workplace change

The University of Sydney Business School has awarded UN Women Australia MBA scholarships to two very different people, one a doctor, the other an engineer, who share a commitment to effecting "long-lasting change."
17 December 2019

5 reasons to do a Global Executive MBA

Our Global Executive MBA takes you out of the classroom and around the world, providing unique experiences and education across Australia, India, Israel and the United States.
10 December 2019

MBA student profile: Rebecca Nikqi

Rebecca Nikqi is the recipient of the Marsh and McLennan Women in Leadership MBA Scholarship 2016 and current MBA student.
05 December 2019

How Hatch is kick-starting student careers

For full-time international MBA students, finding work in Australia while studying can be a real challenge. Hatch is a new program that is tackling this issue by connecting full-time students with internship and career opportunities.
29 November 2019

MBA student profile: Katrina Van De Ven

Katrina is the recipient of the the Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership and a current MBA student.
05 November 2019

MBA Scholarship winner calls for mental health "rethink"

As the drought continues to take a heavy toll, the Business School has awarded a Future Leaders MBA Scholarship to a clinical psychologist who wants to improve mental health outcomes for children, adolescents and families in rural Australia.
23 October 2019

Could a phone app be the answer to the food security crisis?

A smartphone app may be the solution to food shortages and malnutrition caused by economic upheaval, conflict and climate change, according to a University of Sydney Business School MBA alum.
23 October 2019

MBA Student Profile: Nancy Huang

Full-time MBA alumna, Nancy Huang, talks about relocating to Sydney from China with her young family to study the MBA.