Find out how studying an undergraduate degree at UNSW Business School helped our alumni land their dream job
A challenging new competition is upending the way UNSW Business School students are thinking about global citizenship and sustainability.
Fully immersing in other cultures deepened Katrina's experience and understanding of the differences and similarities between Australian and international business environments.
When she attended Open Day, she noticed a vibrant, buzzing energy and entrepreneurial spirit in the student community. Carla realised this was the right university for her.
Davie decided to pursue a cadetship in accounting, once he realised how vital that skillset is for running a successful business.
Edwin knew that he wanted to be an accountant when he finished high school.
Although Ella didn't do any business subjects in high school, towards the end of Year 12 she knew she wanted a career in Commerce.
UNSW Business School not only offers you technical training through your degree but also provides a variety of extra-curricular programs to exercise your soft skills, says alumna Estelle Liu.
Harry is the type of financial advisor who helps clients to create a life plan before creating a financial plan.
During a microfinance internship in the Philippines, James saw how the company empowered local communities to lift themselves out of poverty.
Jimmy Wang made UNSW Business School his first preference after extensively researching international universities.
Nanosatellites. Robot Soccer. Solar cars. Kurt was in awe when he saw these at a Summer School for high school students at UNSW.
Lisa chose to study a Bachelor of Commerce due to the flexibility - the program provides an understanding of business fundamentals as well as specialised real estate concepts.
Marina was always interested in technology and business - studying Information Systems was a no-brainer for her.
After learning that an Actuary uses maths and stats to analyse financial risk, Alisa knew the career was right for her. She liked that Actuarial Studies combined her favourite subjects and applied them to real-life finance and business problems.
Starrie Shi chose to do an undergraduate degree with UNSW Business School because of its strong global reputation.
After graduation, her networks directly led to Tiffany landing a job as an HR Administrator.
Jessica knew that she wanted to study Commerce and Arts, but wasn't sure what subjects to major in.