Postgraduate study is a great way to advance your career or change to a new profession. We chatted to five UNSW Business School alumni who shared how their postgraduate study has taken their career in a new direction.
An internship goes a long way to getting your foot on the career ladder. You’ll have the chance to experience working in a particular industry, which could give you the edge you need to land your dream job.
Mark Humphery-Jenner, Associate Professor from the UNSW School of Finance, explains why research trends are increasingly helping finance professionals navigate real-world issues, including the management of overconfident executives.
Research coming out of the UNSW School of Economics is changing the way people think about refugees and their impact on the economy. Juan Carlos Carbajal, Associate Professor from the UNSW School of Economics, shares more.
In recent years, data has become hugely valuable (and accessible) to organisations. Yet even more valuable are people who have the ability to understand, interpret and generate insights from this data.
Career mentoring is not just for those who have an established career. A mentoring partnership during undergraduate or postgraduate study can broaden your career options, prepare you for the workforce and give you an opportunity to develop professional contacts.
Anna Trikoulis is a manager at PwC for the Private Clients business tax team. She was promoted to the role after completing a UNSW Business School Master of Taxation – and giving birth to her first daughter.
Globalisation is creating a connected and dynamic business world. One where professionals who have a deep understanding of the ever-evolving domestic and international taxation systems are highly regarded and valued, making a Master of Taxation a wise career investment.
Running a socially or environmentally-friendly business doesn’t mean you have to forgo profit, as Alexandra Gall and Dulana Jayawardena found out, both having completed social entrepreneurship opportunities during their degrees.
From police detective to director of a company that employs over 56,000 people, Jason Breton reflects on how completing a risk management masters enabled him to change careers, and carve out a valuable niche navigating and advising on risk.