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30 April 2018

EMBA graduate appointed to top position in New Zealand bank

The newly appointed CEO of New Zealand’s Kiwibank, a graduate from the Business School’s Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) program, says his time at The University of Sydney was “a critical intervention” contributing to his career’s success.
29 March 2018

Life lessons from finishing an MBA

Dr Kim Johnstone, UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship recipient and graduate of the University of Sydney Business School MBA, gives her advice on getting the most out of the program.
14 March 2018

The value of perspective

In December 2017, James Watson, Liana Peter, Tony Sinclair and Matthew Ting represented the University of Sydney Business School in the AGSM case competition, competing against 11 international teams. They reflect on their experience and what they learnt along the way.
12 March 2018

We are one, but we are many

By Katie Moore, current University of Sydney Business School MBA student and UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship recipient.
08 March 2018

Bridging the gap between corporates and Indigenous organisations

The recipient of the Business School’s inaugural Indigenous Leaders MBA Scholarship has been praised for her work with small Indigenous organisations by the scholarship’s founder and CEO of Food Ladder, Kelly McJannett.
27 February 2018

Closing the gap: a commitment to gender equality

Our partnership with UN Women Australia has made it possible for more than 20 inspiring individuals to undertake the MBA. Read their stories.
21 February 2018

UN Women NC Australia Scholarships free women to prioritise education

The founder of an economic policy consultancy led by women, and the Head of Advocacy for a major children’s support group have been awarded UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia scholarships.
16 February 2018

MBA alumni team debuts at global university challenge

A team of six Business School MBA alumni has finished in the top 5 teams at the annual Global Universities Challenge in Dubai, which attracted 17 leading universities and a hundred of the world’s brightest young minds.
19 December 2017

GEMBA alumni launches sustainable education for world’s poorest children

Clary Castrission, an alumni of the Business School’s executive education program, has launched a “sustainable” education system in India, which he hopes will eventually improve the lives of millions of underprivileged children around the world.
17 October 2017

MBA student profile: Liz Adeniji

Why blend in when you can stand out? Don’t wait for change to come. Be the change that comes. That is my Future Anything.