The Girls in Business Camp is designed for female students in years 10, 11 or 12 in 2022 who want to explore their future in business. The program is a collaboration between UNSW Business School and our industry partners to equip young women with the skills, desire and ambition to study and work in the disciplines of risk and actuarial, technology and information systems, banking and finance, and economics.   

This opportunity gives students the chance to network with other like-minded high school students from across New South Wales. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of these fields and learn from inspiring female role models, while also exploring what life as a UNSW Business School student could be like. 

When is it?

Our 2022 camp will be held digitally on Tuesday 5th July and Wednesday 6th July, with an optional social day in person on Thursday 7th July. Please sign up to our newsletter to be the first to find out about future events.  

You can register for the 2022 camp here

Who can attend? 

This program is open to any female students in NSW in years 10, 11 or 12 who has a genuine interest in Information Systems, Actuarial Studies, Banking & Finance and/or Economics. 

It's strongly recommended that students be studying mathematics if interested in participating in this program. 


The program runs at no cost to the participant. 

What’s involved? 

The camp will allow students to gain an in-depth understanding of the worlds of Technology and Information Systems, Risk and Actuarial Studies, Banking and Finance, and Economics through: 

  • Interactive workshops delivered by UNSW Academic staff and Women in Business student ambassadors
  • Real-world insights through an Alumni showcase and an Industry panel with Q&A
  • UNSW Business School student networking opportunity
  • UNSW Business School program pathway and future student opportunities information session

Participants will also have the chance to network with other like-minded peers from across New South Wales in a fun and relaxed environment. 

For more information: 

Please contact Seda Cokcetin at