About us

The School of Business offers world-class, comprehensive degree programs that give students flexibility and choice in structuring their studies, whether at the undergraduate, postgraduate, professional or PhD level of study. Our programs provide students with the ability to acquire knowledge and skills that enable graduates to analyse, assess, and make informed business decisions in a competitive global business environment.

The School is made up of 5 disciplines: accounting, economics, finance, management and marketing. These disciplines work closely with the business community and with professional organisations, ensuring that our students meet the certification requirements needed to enter into professional positions.

Our Faculty have excellent research reputations, and our research interests are many and varied. We believe that exposure of students to research, even as early as first year, is central to producing the types of understanding necessary for innovative leadership over the next few decades. Today's research issues are the key to solving the problems of tomorrow, and employers of today's graduates know that.

Study locations

The School offers a range of full-time and part-time programs which are available in Wollongong, Bega Valley, Eurobodalla, Liverpool, Shoalhaven, Southern Highlands, Sutherland, Sydney CBD, as well as Dubai, Malaysia and Singapore.

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Study options

Undergraduate study options
Postgraduate study options

Collaborations in research and industry

The School has a diverse and productive research program, which has been successful both in attracting grants and delivering publications in top ranked journals. In the Australian Research Council’s 2012 ERA research rankings, the School’s disciplines scored highly. Staff are active in several UOW research strengths and collaborative programs – specific research area/topic available through contacting the relevant Discipline Leader or the Faculty Research Unit. School staff supervise higher degree research students undertaking doctoral degrees or masters by research.