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School of Management and Marketing

Creating a Community of Innovators

The School of Management and Marketing fosters meaningful research which contributes to business theory and practice. 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.

Our undergraduate programs offer specialised majors in management, marketing, business analytics, human resource management, public relations, sport marketing and management, supply chain management, business innovation and international business, within the Bachelor of Commerce degree. The School’s Human Resource Management degrees are accredited by the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI). A Bachelor of Business degree is available for students who do not wish to take a specialisation.

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

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.

Career paths to pursue post-coronavirus

With the massive disruption witnessed in recent months, be it empty supermarket shelves or long delays in delivery, it’s clear supply chain management is more relevant than ever. Dr Matthew Pepper says organisations must be resilient and adaptive to change, and adds this will only happen with effective supply chain management.

Read more: a supply chain management degree leads to career possibilities

Top 200

UOW rated among the top 200 universities in the world for Business and Management Studies.

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020


UOW ranks third in NSW and the ACT for undergraduate Business and Management.

Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) 2020
I never thought I would have Google Sales Engineer in my title. The Bachelor of Commerce prepares you for this. You are taught to be agile, to think quickly, to work in teams and to be an innovative thinker. If anything, I believe it's important to take these qualities of authenticity into your working career.Natalie PiuccoBachelor of Commerce (Dean's Scholar) (Marketing, Public Relations)