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01 July 2019

MBA student profile: Claire Taylor

MBA student Claire Taylor, recipient of the UN Women National Committee Australia MBA Scholarship, talks about her experiences with the University of Sydney Business School MBA program.
26 June 2019

Why going into solution mode is a problem

MBA Director Professor Guy Ford explains how reframing a problem can drastically change solutions.
08 May 2019

MBA students nourish the mind and body

Full-time MBA students join forces for a mindful cooking class at Sydney Seafood School. We hear from two of the students who reflect on the experience.
17 April 2019

What qualities do we look for in our MBA applicants?

In a world of growing complexity, disruption and ambiguity, our full-time MBA offers far more than the fundamentals of business. Future business leaders need to be resilient, adaptable, progressive and influential to succeed on the global stage.
17 April 2019

How to successfully apply for a full-time MBA

Applying for a Master of Business Administration (MBA) is often a long and intensive process. We've put together four steps to help you successfully secure your spot in our full-time MBA.
03 April 2019

MBA vs Commerce and Management courses

We have outlined the differences between an MBA, Master of Management, Master of Commerce and our specialised business masters degrees to help you choose the right one for you.
18 March 2019

Sydney MBA team advises world leaders on government of the future

An MBA team representing the University of Sydney Business School has defeated competitors from around the world to finish 2nd place in the high profile Global Universities Challenge in Dubai.
04 March 2019

The Global Executive MBA experience – Kim Liddell

Kim Liddell, Managing Director of Non-Destructive Excavations Australia and Women Leading in Business Scholarship recipient, reflects on her first weeks on the Global Executive MBA.
22 February 2019

Coffee, the law and gender equality: UN Women MBA Scholarships awarded

Lawyer, Angela Lauman, and coffee roaster, Amelia Franklin, have each been awarded a UN Women Australia Scholarship worth over $60,000 to study one of our MBA programs.
11 February 2019

Amazon share insights with MBA students

Twenty five students and alumni from our MBA programs were selected to attend a workshop facilitated by Amazon to create innovative solutions facing not-for-profit, CanTeen. Three of the participants share their experience.