Facts & figures
- #1 in Australia for employable graduates
- #1 MBA programs and Master of Management in Australia
- #15 Ranked in top 20 business schools in Asia-Pacific
- 72,000+ Business School alumni worldwide
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We believe that genuine work experience is essential to a degree in business.
Our dedicated Work-Integrated Learning Hub provides opportunities for all Business School students to put their learning into practice, gain critical employability skills and solve real problems in collaboration with industry partners through work placements, internships, consulting projects and cultural immersion programs.
Business School students share how our Work Integrated Learning programs gave them real-world experience.
Work for a leading firm locally or overseas while earning credit towards a Business School degree. You'll gain quality industry experience and have the opportunity to learn from the best in the field.
The Industry Placement Program offers a work placement for a minimum of 3 days per week for 10 weeks during semester or an equivalent number of hours over the summer and winter vacation periods.
Industry Placement Program opportunities are currently available in Australia, the USA and China. Previous Industry Placement Program host organisations include EY, KPMG, Grant Thornton, Hilti, Henkel and Tourism Australia.
If you're a current student, learn more about eligibility, details and how to apply at the current students Industry Placement Program page.
The Business Practicum is a consulting project that allows students to work with a company, small or medium-sized enterprise, not-for-profit or government organisation as part of a unit of study. You'll develop a student consultancy with your classmates and collaborate on a live industry project throughout the semester.
Projects address a real problem or issue facing a partner organisation. In consultation with an industry partner, you'll apply your classroom knowledge to research, analyse information and propose a solution to the challenges identified.
If you're studying in the Business School, you have the opportunity to further develop your skills by working on real-world projects through a study tour or immersion program.
Travelling to international commercial hubs such as the USA, China or the Philippines, you'll be immersed in local culture and grow your experience in areas like innovation, design thinking and responsible businesses by consulting with local and multinational organisations.
The Business School offers a number of scholarships to help support students undertaking a study tour or immersion program.
If you're a current student, learn more about eligibility, details and how to apply at the current students Business Study Tours and Immersion Programs page.