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Luminis Partners and AGSM@UNSW Business School will launch a $1m MBA scholarship program at UNSW
Career Accelerator is a new online platform partnering UNSW Business School graduates with current students.
Students from our partner institutions in Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore & Vietnam can apply.
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The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) is the section of the UNSW Business School in Sydney, that offers global top tier general management, executive and leadership development programs.
“The fact that tax-bracket cut-offs are not indexed to inflation or wage growth is genuinely bizarre,” says the UNSW Business School’s Professor Richard Holden, with the Federal Budget 2016 just a week away.
April 26, 2016
UNSW Business School is to hold a panel discussion on 'Ethics in Finance', featuring senior industry figures, academics and students from both UNSW and other institutions.
April 22, 2016
Academics from the UNSW Business School are available to give analysis of the 2016 Federal Budget.
Vital Signs: deflation Down Under?
Decoding Code Camp
Career Conversation: Fighting Career Stall
April 21, 2016
Ahead of the Federal Budget 2016, GST is at the forefront of the Federal and State government’s mind, from the thorny question of the GST on overseas items bought over the internet, to GST & digital supplies, and GST and retirement villages.
April 18, 2016
A new era has begun for AGSM's world-class award programs, with the appointment of Professor Clinton Free as Academic Director.
April 15, 2016
“They’ve been accused of producing predictions no better than guesswork. They’ve been said to build models that are blind to reality. Some of them are paid to teach their craft, but the curriculum they use has been attacked by their own students,”
“If the budget is trying to raise cash in an easy way, why don’t we stop many more luxury items from being included in tax deductions?” asks Dale Boccabella from the UNSW Business School.
April 14, 2016
Every career has its highs and lows, its peaks and its valleys. But what often gets overlooked are the plateaus, the long pauses in between where you're not quite falling behind but you also don't seem to be moving forward.
I am a big advocate of flexible working. In fact, to make my life work I demand it. Alarmingly the more I talk to others about this the more I am told that for many the disappointing reality falls well short of the potential.