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James Flynn Master of Management


It’s more than just accumulating knowledge. Leaders today need to be able to challenge conventions and adapt to new ways of thinking. The University of Sydney Business School is backed by international accreditations and ranks alongside some of the best business schools across the US, Europe and Asia. Our courses provide you with the skills and agility for a dynamic, international career.

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These are our stories, what will yours be?

  • Will Edwards – Master of Management ‘12

    Will is making an impact among Sydney entrepreneurs as the Founder and Chief Executive of Archie Rose Distilling Co, the first distillery to hit Sydney since the 1850s. Located in the dynamic inner-city suburb of Rosebery, the impressive fit-out and distillery operations are housed in a converted 550-square-metre warehouse. He shares his journey and the story behind his success, and what it takes to turn an idea into a reality.

  • Where can a postgraduate degree in business lead you?

    Our postgraduate students share their stories and experiences studying at the University of Sydney Business School.

  • Future Anything.

    Natalie Cope talks about how she is creating the future she wants, with an MBA from the University of Sydney Business School.

  • Welcome to the Abercrombie Building

    Encompassing more than 9,100 square meters of flexible teaching and learning space, the purpose-designed Abercrombie Building will inspire and enable generations of leaders to collectively design solutions to the economic, social and environmental challenges facing the business world today.

  • Empowering women and people with disabilities through entrepreneurial education

    We’ve joined with the Centre for Disability Research and Policy to bring together 25 fellows from women's organisations, Disabled Persons Organisations and education providers in Myanmar, Indonesia and Vietnam in a course to build capacity to lead small-business entrepreneurship education programs within their local organisations and communities. These are our collective stories.

  • The social side of e-commerce - lessons from rural China

    Every year, for the foreseeable future, another 30 million Chinese will go online to shop. Pushed by a government-subsidised rollout of internet – and poor bricks-and-mortar retailers – China could become the world’s biggest e-commerce market within four years. And while you’d imagine the online revolution taking hold largely in China’s eastern metropolises, it is also in some of the remotest locations, that e-commerce is being used to better the lives of the most digitally excluded segments of society. Dr Barney Tan explores the social side of e-commerce in his latest research.

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