The UNSW Business School, in partnership with Practera, offers students the chance to gain practical experience with the Growth Strategy Project. During this two-week online  program created in collaboration with leading industry partners — and as part of a small group of like-minded students — you will analyse the market and identify gaps organisations can capitalise on. You will work in remote teams with a real industry client, in response to a real client brief, and identify opportunities for growth.


  • Gain practical experience in identifying growth opportunities and developing a research and insights report

  • Work with real clients to apply your skills in a real-world setting

  • Improve your communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills

  • BCom students can (The benefits listed below are conditional upon fully completing the project):

  1. Earn 24 Business Experience Points towards your Bachelor of Commerce degree at UNSW

  2. Accumulate 48 BCoins that can be redeemed for valuable rewards through the myBcom platform online shop

It gives a real working environment and you are able to talk with a real client in Australia, which is a good experience for international students.

- Yue, T1 2022 student

Key Course Details

  • Course Length: Two weeks
  • Delivery Format: Virtual team-based learning
  • Commitment: 25 hours total
  • Prerequisites: 
  1. Career Accelerator: Essentials modules must be completed prior to enrolment, log in using student-enrolment key: Career_Accelerator.
  2. You have achieved a score in yellow or green zone for your “LinkedIn profile” on the Career AI platform (Aspire module).
  • Certification/Badge Requirements:
  1. Compulsory pre-program Orientation session

  2. Draft market research and insights report submission

  3. Final report submission

  4. Student feedback survey

  • Program Dates: 
Orientation Course Dates Application Deadline
Term 2 2024

Tue 11 June
3 - 4pm

18 – 28 June


12 May


Contact us

For further enquiries, please email Career Accelerator