Our mission is to conduct high quality applied research and to prepare students for the workplace. Our main areas of research and teaching include: organisational behaviour, international business, human resource management, industrial relations, strategy and entrepreneurship and the social and psychological aspects of management.
Academics in the School target their research to leading journals using a variety of theoretical and methodological approaches. Many of our staff are particularly interested in developments in the Asia-Pacific region. The School organises an exciting Visitors program that attracts leading scholars from around the world and a seminar series that showcases latest development in a variety of fields. Our aim is to maintain an intellectually stimulating and supportive research culture.
The School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in the disciplines of management, international business, industrial relations, strategy and human resource management to students in the Business School. Our staff have received national and international recognition for teaching excellence. We take student feedback seriously and constant look for ways to enhance the learning experience at UNSW.
The School is also a leading postgraduate research institution, nationally and in the Asia-Pacific region. Students can undertake a Masters of Philosophy or PhD in employment relations, human resource management, organisation behaviour, strategy and international business. Postgraduate students and staff members can also often conduct their research in conjunction with the Industrial Relations Research Centre (IRRC), the Korea Research Institute (KRI) and the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship all of which have close links with the School.
Additional details about our high calibre research activities, educational programs, research seminar series, international visitors and successes in obtaining competitive research grants can be found on the website.
Professor Karin Sanders
Head of the School of Management