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Endless opportunities

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

Your classes won't just teach business theory; they show you how to apply it in the workplace. Our degrees let you explore many aspects of business, such as Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing, International Business, Supply Chain Management and Public Relations.
You will have the chance to join the Business Internship program, which lets you connect with industry leaders such as KPMG, Mercer, NAB and Accor Hotels.

Belong to one of the best

  • World's top 200: UOW ranks in the world's top 200 universities (2021 QS World University Rankings).
  • 1st in NSW for Business & Management (skills development) in the 2021 Good Universities Guide.
  • World class: In the 2020 Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject, UOW rated among the top 250 universities for Business and Economics.
  • UOW was rated among the top 200 universities in the world for Business and Management Studies, Accounting and Finance and Economics and Econometrics in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020.

UOW is accredited by AACSB, a globally recognised accreditation that has been awarded to only the top 5% of the world's business schools.

 

Business Internship Program: Throughout their degree, business students have the opportunity to gain practical, real-world experience and make professional connections that will help launch their career, including the opportunity to participate in our Business Internship program.

Our business graduates earn up to 50 percent more than a typical Year 12 graduate in the same role*.

* Braithwaite, B., West, G., Harvie, C., Hartgerink, N. (2013), Leading Locally, Competing Globally: Measuring the University of Wollongong’s Contribution to Economic and Social Prosperity, Centre for Small Business and Regional Research, Faculty of Business, University of Wollongong, Wollongong. ISBN: 978-1-74128-231-3 (book) ISBN: 978-1-74128-232-0 (ebook).

The QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey (2017-2019) found that over 90% of our graduates are employed within four months of completing their degree.

Develop the specialist skills that employers want:

  • Common undergraduate first year: Bachelor of Commerce students have the chance to try study areas before selecting a major in second year.
  • A choice of 11 majors:  Undergraduates can choose to major in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Financial Planning, Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management, International Business, Public Relations, Supply Chain Management, or Business Law.
  • Choose more than one: The undergraduate program allows you to take a second minor, or combine complementary specialisations in a double degree.
  • Two master's in two years: Combine two master's degrees and graduate with two specialist qualifications in as little as two years from the Sydney Business School, UOW.

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A degree from UOW opens doors: 

  • Get noticed: Gain valuable real-world experience, and make professional connections that will help launch your career, with a business internship. You'll work with industry leaders such as KPMG, Mercer, NAB and Accor Hotels. 
  • Industry collaboration: UOW has a strong business research reputation in collaboration with industry. 
  • Access to experts: Learn from industry guest lecturers. 
  • Be rewarded: Earn an industry sponsored scholarship or cadetship. 
  • Travel: Study a short course at our partner institutes in China and Dubai, or a semester exchange through our Study Abroad network. 

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Study close to home: 

No matter which UOW campus you choose, you become part of one big community of learning. UOW Business degrees are offered at UOW metro and regional campuses located in: 

 

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Launch your entrepreneurial career: 

  • Prepare: Take subjects in entrepreneurship, innovation and start-up management to develop your entrepreneurial skills while you study. 
  • Connect: Become part of iAccelerate, UOW's unique business accelerator program where startups, scaleups, social enterprises and intrapreneurs thrive. 
  • Partner: Benefit from strong connections with start-up incubators which can help fund business ideas into action. 

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Developing responsible future leaders:

UOW are signatories to the UN Principles of Responsible Management - a global movement providing future leaders with the skills needed to balance economic and sustainability goals.

Working through the Six PRME Principles, we ensure that our students take a holistic view of the impact of their decisions, consider the impact on all stakeholders, understand requirements for corporate governance and develop their skills as responsible leaders. Making our graduates ready to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.

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Number 1

The latest QILT Employer Satisfaction Survey ranked UOW number one in NSW and the ACT, with overall satisfaction of graduates at 89.6 per cent.

Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) 2019

Become one of the world's most employable graduates

At UOW, you'll develop real-world practical skills and content, not just theory. The latest QILT Employer Satisfaction Survey ranked employers’ overall satisfaction with UOW graduates at 89.6%, placing UOW 1st among NSW universities.

UOW is consistently rated in the top 200 universities in the world for the quality of our graduates (QS 2020).

  • Auditor 
  • Banker
  • Analyst 
  • Financial controller 
  • Accountant
  • Policy advisor
  • Business adviser 
  • WHS officer 
  • HR manager consultant 
  • Stockbroker
  • Insurance broker
  • Fund manager
  • Exporter/importer
  • Social Media Manager 
  • Public relations coordinator
  • Market researcher
  • Advertising executive
  • Brand/product manager
  • Event manager
  • CEO

Read more: What can I do with my degree?

Meet Anthea

I chose UOW because it’s a world-leading university where students are treated as a name and not just another student number. You’re encouraged to be yourself and think critically. Employers don’t want you to be cut from a cookie cutter of business graduates. They want you to be unique and think outside the box.Anthea FaferkoBachelor of Business (Finance) (Dean’s Scholar)

Real-world experience

Joseph is studying a Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in Marketing and Public Relations at the University of Wollongong. He is inspired by the ever-changing world of marketing and wants to use business to make his mark on the fashion industry.

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