The most rewarding career paths may be the ones where you can be successful and contribute to creating a better world.
If this resonates with you, you’ll want to check out the Business School’s Social Entrepreneurship Practicum (COMM3030).
Delivered in partnership with the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) COMM3030 is available to all undergraduate students. This Work Integrated Learning (WIL) course helps you develop professional skills while working as part of a team on a real social entrepreneurship project.
The course provides a great avenue for you to integrate theory with practice through authentic and purposeful engagement with known and respected partner organisations from industry, social enterprise and not-for-profits.
All projects involve and inspire critical thinking, communication, teamwork, research, innovation and creativity, entrepreneurship, leadership and many other professional skills
What sort of projects can you get involved with? Take a look at the following fields:
Social entrepreneurship and social innovation
Business and human rights
Corporate social responsibility
Pro bono and volunteering
Measuring social impact
Other related fields
You can self-enrol for Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, and Summer Term once UNSW Annual Enrolment is open.
COMM3030 Social Entrepreneurship Practicum runs during T1, T2, T3 and Summer Term and is available for self-enrolment via myUNSW. You are able to select your preference for which day(s) of the week you are available for project work.
COMM3030 is available to UNSW undergraduate students enrolled in a single or dual Commerce, Economics, Actuarial Studies or Information Systems program.
To enrol, you’ll need to have met the following eligibility requirements:
This course may count as a UNSW Business School Free Elective OR as a major elective within some majors. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that this course will count within your program requirements. It’s recommended you refer to your program handbook and the progression plans to understand your current progression and program.
Assessment is graded and standard UNSW grades apply.