UNSW has been awarded 'Most Employable University' in the Top 100 Future Leaders Awards, with 16 UNSW students making the list, the largest percentage of any university across the country.

UNSW Business School accounted for 10 of the finalists in the Australia-wide competition.

Congratulations to our Business School finalists:

Amit Sudhakar (Actuarial Studies / Commerce)

Arlyn Swain (Economics / Commerce)

Cissy Ye (Commerce / Media)

Ivan Lu (Commerce)

Jackson Edmonds (Commerce)

Jason Phan (Commerce / Law)

Peter Morian (Actuarial Studies / Economics)

Ranie Nguyen (Engineering / Commerce)

Sarthak Sinha (Commerce / Law)

Xin Na Zeng (Commerce).

The awards aim to find the "cream of the crop" in the graduate employment stakes and are hosted by graduate job website GradConnection and the Australian Financial Review.

Students took part in a selection process similar to one used by Australia's major employers, including written applications, psychometric testing and video interviews to discover the top 100.

Winners of the 19 industry and occupational awards were then selected through face-to-face interviews.

The Future Leaders Awards give students a head-start in the search for internships and graduate positions as well as practical experience in the recruitment process.

As a result of the awards, some students have been offered internships and graduate positions with industry sponsors.