UNSW Business School, in partnership with Nura Gili, strives to cultivate a welcoming environment that supports all Indigenous business students - from their first enquiry to graduation and beyond.
We provide ongoing advocacy and support for Indigenous business students and graduates. We support students to achieve their best throughout their studies and academic, career mentoring and industry opportunities in Australia and overseas.
We consult with emerging and established Indigenous leaders and stakeholders involved in:
- Indigenous education
- Leveraging Indigenous employment and professions
- Indigenous entrepreneurship
- Indigenous suppliers, including
- large scale businesses
- community organisations
- government agencies
- Indigenous media
- Indigenous thought leaders, academics and researchers
We foster an environment where we can add real value and support to the growing trend of Indigenous people embracing and navigating business knowledge and practice to strengthen, improve and determine their lives, the lives of their families and their communities. We advocate bringing long-lasting change through creativity, responsiveness, hard work, belief, innovative thinking, practice and exchanges, building and sharing knowledge, capabilities, networks and experiences.
We offer a variety of programs to welcome and support Indigenous students. Whether still in high school or developing your career, our programs will strengthen your innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship and leadership skills.
Nura Gili is the Indigenous Programs Unit at UNSW that empowers eligible Indigenous people to study at UNSW.
Nura Gili provides support services, programs and facilities including educational pathways for prospective students and tutorial/study spaces for current students.
Nura Gili is also home to UNSW Indigenous Studies programs, academics and researchers, and facilities for higher research degree students.
UNSW Business School acknowledges the Bidjigal (Kensington campus) and Gadigal (City campus) the traditional custodians of the lands where each campus is located.
We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, past and present and their communities who have shared and practised their teachings over thousands of years including business practices.
We recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s ongoing leadership and contributions, including to business, education and industry.