School of Business prizes

Accounting Prizes

  • 2020 Recipient - Matthew Kynaston 
  • 2019 Recipient - Tahlia Rodrigues
  • 2018 Recipient - Linh Phuong Nguyen
  • 2017 Recipient - Yurina Tochigi
  • 2016 Recipient - James Moore
  • 2015 Recipients - Raghed Alnowahi and Sohani Hansini De Fonseka
  • 2014 Recipient - Matthew Ettenhofer
  • 2013 Recipient - Alexander Van Dartel
  • 2012 Recipient - Benjamin Rabjohns
  • 2011 Recipient - Alina Maydybura

Prize: $350 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY200 Financial Accounting IIA. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Sarah Officer
  • 2019 Recipient - Nga Ting Emily Cheung
  • 2018 Recipient - Madison Robaard
  • 2017 Recipient - Mia Ludlow
  • 2016 Recipient - Mark Simpson
  • 2015 Recipient - Buddhini Gunarathne
  • 2014 Recipient - Sarah Cross
  • 2013 Recipient - Bree Weatherburn
  • 2012 Recipient - Jonathan Gawthorne
  • 2011 Recipient - Melissa Bernasconi

Prize: $300 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY228 Taxation for Financial Planners. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Lachlan Mathie
  • 2019 Recipient - Eleanor Pilt
  • 2018 Recipients - Sher Ali, Phuong Thao Do and Yurina Tochigi
  • 2017 Recipient - Thanh Ha Vu 
  • 2016 Recipients - Lachlan Auld and Domenico Delizia
  • 2015 Recipient - Trang Dao
  • 2014 Recipients - Patrick Davies and Jozo Frankovic
  • 2013 Recipients - Viet Duc Pham, Benjamin Rabjohns and Michael Seaborn
  • 2012 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie
  • 2011 Recipient - Amelia Dixon

Prize: $1000 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY312 Management Accounting III. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipients - Latham Morris and Angelica Familar
  • 2019 Recipient - Christine Younie
  • 2018 Recipient - Sarah Legge-Wilkinson
  • 2017 Recipients - James Chee and Caitlyn Hyde
  • 2016 Recipients - MD Tokey Islam and Verena Mauch
  • 2015 Recipient - Jozo Frankovic
  • 2014 Recipient - Courtney Carlsen - Gadd
  • 2013 Recipient - Kendall Brighten
  • 2012 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie
  • 2011 Recipient - Isaac Cano

Prize: $500 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY231 Information Systems in Accounting. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a Distinction or higher mark in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipients - Long Pham and Muhammad Umer Adil Khan
  • 2019 Recipient - Phuong Quyen Tran
  • 2018 Recipient - Jackson Young
  • 2017 Recipient - Quynh Nga Do 
  • 2016 Recipients - Phuong Thao Do and Thi Nhu Ngoc Nguyen
  • 2015 Recipient - Jarrod Prout
  • 2014 Recipients - Nguyen Bich Huyen Lam, Su Fen Goh and Manuel Dias
  • 2013 Recipients - Lachlan Auld, Audi Li and Chelsea Murray
  • 2012 Recipient - Cheryl Alford
  • 2011 Recipient - Sancheung Chan

Prize: $650 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY112 Accounting In Organisations. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Lachlan Mathie 
  • 2019 Recipient - Linh Phuong Nguyen
  • 2018 Recipients - Samuel Jones, Abbey Mcfadden and Eleanor Pilt
  • 2017 Recipients - James Moore and Yurina Tochigi
  • 2016 Recipient - Grace Brennan
  • 2015 Recipient - Lachlan Auld
  • 2014 Recipients - Jozo Frankovic and Vivek Mahadevan
  • 2013 Recipient - Patrick Davies
  • 2012 Recipients - Gabrielle Cardillo and Jackson Lowrie
  • 2011 Recipient - Keira Daniels

Prize: $650 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY201 Financial Accounting IIB. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Latham Morris 
  • 2019 Recipient - Cody Newton
  • 2018 Recipient - James Moore
  • 2017 Recipient - Hayley McCarthy
  • 2016 Recipient - Lachlan Auld
  • 2015 Recipient - Daniel Granger
  • 2014 Recipient - Stephanie Mustac 
  • 2013 Recipient - Gabrielle Cardillo
  • 2012 Recipient - Adam Reich
  • 2011 Recipient - Amelia Dixon

Prize: $650 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY305 Financial Accounting III. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Shaun Fitzpatrick
  • 2019 Recipient - Not Awarded
  • 2018 Recipient - Rowan Burr
  • 2017 Recipient - Jade Ferrer
  • 2016 Recipient - Wendy Hodges
  • 2015 Recipient - Ben Marshman
  • 2014 Recipient - Sarah Pui Lin LAM 
  • 2013 Recipient - Chloe Burke
  • 2012 Recipient - Allison Cunningham
  • 2011 Recipient - Not Awarded

Prize: $500 

Prize will be open to all students enrolled in Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy) at UOW Bega Education Centre.  The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY112 Accounting in Organisations. In the event of a tie the prize money will be shared.  The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Ben Deighan
  • 2019 Recipient - Rowan Burr
  • 2018 Recipient - Ben Deighan 
  • 2017 Recipient - Wendy Hodges
  • 2016 Recipient - Alison Vandenbergh
  • 2015 Recipient - Chloe Burke
  • 2014 Recipient - Not Awarded
  • 2013 Recipient - Allison Vandenbergh
  • 2012 Recipient - Not Awarded
  • 2011 Recipient - Not Awarded

Prize: $500 

Prize will be open to all students enrolled in Bachelor of Commerce (Accountancy) at UOW Bega Education Centre. The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in a 200 level or 300 level Accounting subject. In the event of a tie the prize money will be shared.  The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Yali Liu
  • 2019 Recipient - Dzenisa Beglerovic
  • 2018 Recipient - Paige Pearson
  • 2017 Recipient - Michael Rump 
  • 2016 Recipient - Nathan Purnell 
  • 2015 Recipient - Ariba Abasi 
  • 2014 Recipients - Wimpie Yustino Setiawan, Esther Akinnigbagbe and Jamal Nasir
  • 2013 Recipient - Xinwei Chen
  • 2012 Recipient - Hongyang Chen
  • 2011 Recipient - Jiawen Chen

Prize:  $500

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY962 Professional Practice – Auditing and Risk Assurance. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Mai Tran
  • 2019 Recipient - Linh Phuong Nguyen
  • 2018 Recipient - Nguyen Binh Nhi Hoang
  • 2017 Recipients - James Moore and Thi Nhu Ngoc Nguyen
  • 2016 Recipient - Lachlan Auld
  • 2015 Recipient - Sohani Hansini De Fonseka
  • 2014 Recipients - Matthew Ettenhofer and Daniel Granger
  • 2013 Recipient - Michael Seaborn
  • 2012 Recipient - Thi Lan Thao Huynh
  • 2011 Recipient - Yee Lum Cheung

Prize Value: amount varies being 80% of interest earned in the year before, approx. $350

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY211 Management Accounting II. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Latham Morris
  • 2019 Recipient - Abbey McFadden
  • 2018 Recipient - James Moore
  • 2017 Recipient - Kate Brunton
  • 2016 Recipient - Daniel Granger
  • 2015 Recipients - Jozo Frankovic and Vivek Mahadevan
  • 2014 Recipient - Michael Nikolovski
  • 2013 Recipient - Jessica Andrews
  • 2012 Recipient - Adam Reich
  • 2011 Recipient - Amelia Dixon

Prize: $400 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY342 Auditing and Assurance Services. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipients - Oishee Siddique, Mahmoud Joumaa and Ethan Ilievski
  • 2019 Recipient - Khoi Nguyen Dao
  • 2018 Recipients - Holly Blackmore and Jayden Cauduro
  • 2017 Recipients - Matthew Cain, Eleanor Pilt and Michael Todd
  • 2016 Recipients - Emma Isaacson and Diep Trang Tran 
  • 2015 Recipients - John Tarika Naviti and Jarrod Prout
  • 2014 Recipients - Tarusha Ray Silva, Cameron Robinson and Hanweddige Peiris
  • 2013 Recipient - Amy Thompson
  • 2012 Recipients - Rochelle Martin and Chelsea Murray
  • 2011 Recipient - Lujia Ji

Prize: $250 Book Prize

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in ACCY111 Accounting Fundamentals In Society. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

Economics Prizes

  • 2020 Recipients - Benjamin Goodhew and Romini Critchley
  • 2019 Recipient - Hung Ha
  • 2018 Recipient - Emma Isaacson
  • 2017 Recipient - Ben Rada
  • 2016 Recipients - Tarusha Ray Silva and Xi Bai
  • 2015 Recipient - Simon Lang
  • 2014 Recipient - Philip Qing An Khor
  • 2013 Recipient - Chelsea Murray
  • 2012 Recipient - Lena Hock
  • 2011 Recipient - Daniel Thomason

Prize: $500 

The student who achieved the highest aggregate mark in ECON215 Microeconomic Theory & Policy in the previous academic year shall be awarded the prize. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

  • 2020 Recipients - Sarah Hilton and Annaleise Betts
  • 2019 Recipient - Elena Plank
  • 2018 Recipients - Alexander Marzano, Quynh-Nhu Nguyen and Liam Whiteman 
  • 2017 Recipients - Ngoc Thanh Tam Nguyen, Joel Thompson, Duc Toan Van and Bao Anh Vu
  • 2016 Recipient - Alexander McInnes
  • 2015 Recipients - Phu Dang and Minh Ngoc Nguyen
  • 2014 Recipient - Nguyen Bich Huyen Lam
  • 2013 Recipient - Audi Li
  • 2012 Recipients - Kimberley Chikitch, Nicholas Riggert and Sanjay Shrestha
  • 2011 Recipient - Gabrielle Cardillo

Prize: $500 

The student who has achieved the highest aggregate mark in ECON100 Economic Essentials for Business in the previous academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. 

Finance Prizes

  • 2020 Recipient - Hoang Yen Le 
  • 2019 Recipient - Mai Tran
  • 2018 Recipients - Matthew Cain and Anthea Faferko
  • 2017 Recipients - Quynh Nga Do and Khang Thanh Vu
  • 2016 Recipient - Rahubadde Kankanamge Pasan Malinda De Silva
  • 2015 Recipient - Tarusha Ray Silva
  • 2014 Recipients - Jonathan Gawthorne and Alexandra Haverkamp
  • 2013 Recipient - James Martin
  • 2012 Recipient - Samantha Shaw
  • 2011 Recipient - Garrath Vella

Prize: $500 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in FIN226 Financial Markets & Institutions. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a Distinction or higher mark in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipients - Ping Xu, Chantsal Bat-Ochir and Subhadeep Paul
  • 2019 Recipient - Laurence Parkes-Skelly
  • 2018 Recipient - Archana Bhattarai
  • 2017 Recipient - Ralph Szulerowski 
  • 2016 Recipient - Nicole Majer
  • 2015 Recipient - Thuy Linh Dam
  • 2014 Recipient - Qing Lu
  • 2013 Recipients - Sharon Daniela Galvez-Bermudez and Yu Wang
  • 2012 Recipient - Hussam Gaggo
  • 2011 Recipient - Fang Liu

Prize: $250 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in FIN925 Banking Theory and Practice. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipients - Timothy Trpezanovski and Ngoc Lan Chi Nguyen
  • 2019 Recipient - Byron Turner
  • 2018 Recipient - Supawadee Marquis
  • 2017 Recipient - Aaron Caldwell 
  • 2016 Recipients - Rachel Lam and Kayla Holland
  • 2015 Recipient - Wayne Brooks
  • 2014 Recipient - Melissa Ellsmore
  • 2013 Recipient - Jonathan Gawthorne
  • 2012 Recipient - Melissa Richardson
  • 2011 Recipients - Josh Amatto and Laura Mackenzie

Prize: $300 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in FIN328 Retirement and Estate Planning. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Liam Whiteman
  • 2019 Recipients - Melissa Marin and Byron Turner
  • 2018 Recipient - Ngo Hung Ha
  • 2017 Recipient - Thanh Ha Vu 
  • 2016 Recipient - Alexandra Haverkamp
  • 2015 Recipient - Alrik Ken Yeep Hor
  • 2014 Recipient - Jackson Lowrie 
  • 2013 Recipient - Melissa Ellsmore
  • 2012 Recipient - James Melouney
  • 2011 Recipient - Tyson McCarthy

Prize: $300 

The prize will be awarded to the candidate who achieves the highest mark in FIN320 Risk and Insurance. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared. The prize will be awarded if the candidate has achieved a minimum mark of 75 in the subject.

  • 2020 Recipient - Callum Legge
  • 2019 Recipients - Claire Gray and Kristen Kirov
  • 2018 Recipient - Courtney Russell
  • 2017 Recipient - Remona Issa
  • 2016 Recipient - Not awarded
  • 2015 Recipient - Not awarded
  • 2014 Recipient - Melissa Ellsmore
  • 2013 Recipient - Jonathan Gawthorne
  • 2012 Recipient - David Ivanovski
  • 2011 Recipient - Charles Curry

Prize: $1,000 

The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark (Distinction or higher) in this subject. A minimum mark of 75.  In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.

  • 2020 Recipients - Matthew Kynaston and Harrison Brierley
  • 2019 Recipient - Kai Sheng Phee
  • 2018 Recipients - Quynh Nga Do, Aaron Fenech, Sirawas Leksakul and Linh Phuong Nguyen
  • 2017 Recipients - Jonas Bruhin and Thi Nhu Ngoc Nguyen

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in FIN222 Corporate Finance during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75.

  • 2020 Recipients - Adam Karayiannis and Jackalyn Fera
  • 2019 Recipient - Linh Phuong Nguyen
  • 2018 Recipient - Anthea Faferko
  • 2017 Recipient - Beatrix Hanna

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in FIN223 Investment Analysis during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75.

  • 2020 Recipient - Alexia Mihalopoulos
  • 2019 Recipient - Quynh Nga Do
  • 2018 Recipient - Sally Hughes
  • 2017 Recipient - Alexander Marzano

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in FIN323 Portfolio Analysis during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75.

Management Prizes

  • 2020 Recipient - Eva Matilda Hahn
  • 2019 Recipient - Andrew Finlay
  • 2018 Recipients - Sylvia Kamaras and Katherine Levy
  • 2017 Recipient - Evette Cornwell 
  • 2016 Recipient - Paul Ikutegbe
  • 2015 Recipient - Felicity Styles
  • 2014 Recipient - Renee Turpin
  • 2013 Recipient - Ronald Sarmiento
  • 2012 Recipient - Jo-Anne Rowland
  • 2011 Recipient - Hannah Kelly

Prize: One year membership

The prize will be awarded to an outstanding candidate who has completed a Human Resource Management specialisation in the Master of Business and has earned the highest weighted average mark (WAM) over the duration of the program. 

 

  • 2020 Recipient - Ginelle Mary Pereira
  • 2019 Recipient - Samantha Stojanovski
  • 2018 Recipients - Rebecca Byers and Rebecca Dungan
  • 2017 Recipient - Michael Ristevski 
  • 2016 Recipient - Gabrielle Wallace
  • 2015 Recipient - Kristen Gulabovska
  • 2014 Recipient - Rachel Lambert
  • 2013 Recipient - Rebecca Nasta
  • 2012 Recipient - Erin Martindal

Prize: One year membership

The prize will be awarded to an outstanding candidate who has completed a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Human Resource Management and who has earned the highest weighted average mark (WAM) over the duration of the program. 

  • 2020 Recipients - Kiana Hunter and Liam Whiteman
  • 2019 Recipient - Patrick McMahon
  • 2018 Recipients - Kelly Gleeson, Melanie Jones and Zuhdi Khraim
  • 2017 Recipient - Lachlan Auld

Prize: $250

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in COMM331 during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipient - Brittany Ritchie
  • 2019 Recipient - Meghan Greyling
  • 2018 Recipient - Vanessa Ng
  • 2017 Recipients - Shannon Claridge and Brandon McBey

Prize: $250

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MGNT201 Organisational Behaviour during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipients - Colleen Issa and Isabel Smart
  • 2019 Recipient - Kaitlin Dalton
  • 2018 Recipient - Alyce Snell
  • 2017 Recipient - Rachel Wotherspoon

Prize: $250

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MGNT314 Strategic Management during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipient - Holly Dennis
  • 2019 Recipient - Jade Tindal
  • 2018 Recipients - Pamela O'Connor
  • 2017 Recipient - Danielle Markey

Prize: $250

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MGNT351 Responsible Leadership during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipient - Hui Chuan He
  • 2019 Recipient - Emma Downey
  • 2018 Recipient - Justine Modica
  • 2017 Recipient - Everilda Gomez Ferriols

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in OPS216 Operations Management during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipient - Olivia Porcheddu
  • 2019 Recipient - Sirawas Leksakul
  • 2018 Recipient - Felicia Ekman
  • 2017 Recipient - Alexander Cetinski

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in OPS350 Continuous Quality Improvement during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

Marketing Prizes

  • 2020 Recipients - Adelaide Ellis and Mikayla Fletcher
  • 2019 Recipients - Ana Ponsford and Deborah Amindri Rajadurai
  • 2018 Recipient - Hoai Linh Nguyen
  • 2017 Recipient - Tegan Mcfadden 
  • 2016 Recipients - Sarah Gilmore and Gabrielle Wallace
  • 2015 Recipient - Belinda Bozajkovska
  • 2014 Recipient - Kristina Riley
  • 2013 Recipient - Annick Bertini
  • 2012 Recipients - Chloe Toro and Rachel Wastell
  • 2011 Recipient - Lucy Rae

Prize: $250 

The prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MARK395 Tourism Marketing during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared equally.

  • 2020 Recipients - Holly Gregory and Georgia Tolhurst
  • 2019 Recipient - Brittany Ritchie
  • 2018 Recipients - Maxx Bethke and Adam Phelan
  • 2017 Recipient - Anna Maguire

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MARK217 Consumer Behaviour during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared. A minimum mark of 75 must be received.

  • 2020 Recipient - Anh Quan Ta and Dayna Girven
  • 2019 Recipients - Mikayla Fletcher and Adam Phelan
  • 2018 Recipients - Maxx Bethke and Rhiannon Cunningham
  • 2017 Recipient - Kaitlin Dalton 
  • 2016 Recipient - Tegan Mcfadden
  • 2015 Recipient - Amanda Zenkis
  • 2014 Recipients - Su Fen Goh, Adrian James and Amy Thompson
  • 2013 Recipients - Lauren Cooper and Nicole Vaartjes
  • 2012 Recipients - Madeline Guy and Reece Kawalla
  • 2011 Recipients - Jessica Coward and Paige Davidson

Prize: $250 

The award shall be open to any student who successfully completes MARK270 Services Marketing in a given academic year. In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.  

  • 2020 Recipient - Lauren Pinfold
  • 2019 Recipients - Rhiannon Cunningham and Megan Steele
  • 2018 Recipient - Deborah Amindri Rajadurai
  • 2017 Recipients - Ebony Blanch, Monique Varrica and Natasa Vukoman
  • 2016 Recipients - Olivia Wallace and Jelena Vrcelj
  • 2015 Recipient - Nicole Vaartjes
  • 2014 Recipients - Lily Allsep and Anne Kalmanidis
  • 2013 Recipient - Julia Eastoe
  • 2012 Recipients - Broden Tadros

Prize: $250 

The prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MARK344 Marketing Strategy during the calendar year.  In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared equally.

  • 2020 Recipients - Anh Quan Ta and Thi Quynh Anh Nguyen
  • 2019 Recipient - Rhiannon Young
  • 2018 Recipients - Kaitlin Dalton and Melanie Jones
  • 2017 Recipients - Lauren Mcinerney and Natalie Zagaglia
  • 2016 Recipient - Amy Thompson
  • 2015 Recipients - Madeline Dineen and Melanie Lambert 
  • 2014 Recipient - Kendall Dent
  • 2013 Recipients - Annie Tsai and Louise Zaccagnini
  • 2012 Recipient - Catherine Alexander

Prize: $250 

This prize is awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in MARK333 Integrated Marketing Communications Strategy during the calendar year. In the event of a tie, the prize will be shared.

Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong

The Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong Awards and Prizes were awarded for the first time in 2014.

 

  • 2020 Recipient - Maheshika Dananjani Nanayakkara
  • 2019 Recipient - Iram Shafiq
  • 2018 Recipient - Rowan Parkinson
  • 2017 Recipient - Ralph Szulerowski
  • 2016 Recipient - Rabia Shahzad
  • 2015 Recipient - Wing Kei Wong

Awarded for first time in 2015

Prize: $250 

This prize will be awarded to the candidate who has overcome significant personal barriers to undertake their studies, be through disability, low social and economic factors or other significant barriers. Students must have completed a minimum of 48 credit points. Candidates can self-nominate or be nominated by staff. Should more than one student be nominated, the award will be based on the highest WAM.

2020 Recipients

Group A

Shih Kei Choy – Master of Management
Yali Liu – Master of Professional Accounting

Group B
Sarah Stevens – Master of Business Administration

2019 Recipients

Group A
Master of Professional Accounting - Dzenisa Beglerovic

Group B
Master of Business Administration - Dario Beccia and Hayden Daley

2018 Recipients

Group A
Master of Applied Finance - Ralph Szulerowski

Group B
Master of Science (Project Management) - Colee Quayle
Master of Science (Supply Chain Management) - Steven Parkes

2017 Recipients

Group A
Master of Professional Accounting - Nathan Purnell

Group B
Master of Business (Management) - Tereza Korousova
Master of Science (Logistics) - Poppy Laksita Rini
Master of Business Administration - Lydia Fentz

2016 Recipients

Group A
Master of Professional Accounting Advanced - Feifei Lei

Group B
Master of Business - Nicole Majer
Master of Science (Logistics) - Jan Philipp Sinn

2015 Recipients

Group A
Master of Applied Finance - Thuy Linh Dam

Group B
Master of Project Management - Beatrice Knight
Master of Business Administration (Executive) - Brett Owers

2014 Recipients

Group A
Not Awarded

Group B
Executive Master of Business - Charmaine Belfanti & Vanessa Bourne
Master of International Business - Nhu Thi Cam Ho
Master of Management – Andrea Kornhoff
Master of Science (Logistics) - Arush Darshana Kumarage
Master of Retail Management - My Van Tran
Master of Business Coaching - John Montgomery
Master of Project Management - Alberto Escribano Garcia & Italo Meta

Prize: $750 

This prize will be awarded to students who have successfully completed each subject in their respective degree, at the first attempt and who have achieved the highest WAM, which must be at least 80%. One prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest WAM in Group A (MPA, MAF (including the advanced degrees), MBusAna and MFinMgmt), and one prize (two prizes initially) will be awarded to the students who achieve the highest WAMS in Group B (MBus, EMBA, MBA (including advanced), MIE, MHRM, MIB, MMgmt, MMark, MSc, MRM, MBC, MPM, MSCM). In the event of a tie, the prize money will be shared.