School of Business

Creating future leaders

The School of Business aims to advance business-related knowledge through ground-breaking research, innovative degree programs, inspirational teaching and industry collaboration to promote responsible leadership and sustainable business practice, and contribute to a stronger economy and a more just society.

The School is made up of 5 disciplines: accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. Our disciplines are closely related so our students enter the world of business with a breadth of education that employers are seeking from graduates.

We ensure our graduates are job-ready through practical learning, internship opportunities, and the chance to study overseas. Our programs are backed by research, recognised by industry and delivered by qualified and industry experienced academics.

For students interested in continuing studies and professionals wishing to further develop personal and technical skills the School runs a vibrant Honours program and offers a range of postgraduate coursework programs through the Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong.

Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong

Sydney Business School was established in 1997 and builds on the traditional strength and reputation of the University of Wollongong (UOW). It offers high quality postgraduate business programs at the Sydney CBD campus, located at Circular Quay, and UOW’s Wollongong campus.

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Why study with us?

With a business degree, your options are endless. Learn sought-after skills that can be applied to your chosen industry anywhere in the world.

Our courses

My name is Joseph Plump. I am studying a Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Marketing and Public Relations. Marketing is a field that is so broad and ever-changing. That's what inspires me. The fact that it's always growing and with that I can grow also. The big dream for me is to establish a successful clothing label. I want to use business to make my mark on the fashion industry.

Amongst the best in business education worldwide

UOW is an accredited member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, making us in top 5% business schools in the world.

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AACSB accredited

5 stars

UOW Business and Management received a 5-star rating for graduate outcomes, with 82% in full-time employment within four months of graduating.

Good Universities Guide 2020

Top 100

UOW's Sydney Business School ranked 94th in the world for our Executive MBA program, one of only four Australian programs to rank among the top 100 globally.

QS Global Executive MBA Rankings 2020
When going for graduate roles, recruiters are interested in how well you can balance extra-curricular activities and employment while you study. The best decision I made while studying, was applying for a vacation program to gain exposure to the industry. This allowed me to practice some of the many skills I developed while at university. Daniel Grainger Bachelor of Commerce (Dean's Scholar) (Accounting, Finance)