Student life

As a leading business school, the UNSW Business School offers you a dynamic learning environment with all the study, support and social facilities you need to make the most of every day on campus.

As well as the modern buildings, spacious grounds and extensive sporting and recreational facilities, we also provide student services including:


Come along to O-Week for a full day of activities for commencing postgraduate and undergraduate students, including an official welcome from the Dean, opportunities to get to know your peers, and key information for the transition to university life. 

Social activities

Get involved in a number of student run clubs and societies, including the Graduate Student Association, Women in Management, AIESEC, the Marketing Club and the Finance Society. It’s an opportunity to meet industry representatives and socialise with other students from over 130 countries.

Business Pulse

Business Pulse is the best way to keep up to date with student life outside the classroom at UNSW Business School. We follow our student hosts as they compete in some crazy challenges and experience everything our uni, and campus, have to offer. Don’t miss an episode – subscribe to Business Pulse on YouTube!


Arc, the UNSW student organisation, provides important services (such as legal advice and student development opportunities) as well as entertainment and social events.

Competitions and challenges

Gain hands-on experience and valuable skills with a diverse range of competitions and challenges at the Business School and UNSW.

Mentoring programs

UNSW and the Business School offer many mentoring and student support programs, such as:

  • FINE mentoring program - a smooth transition into the Business School for postgraduate students, developing friendships, sharing information and networking
  • Peer Assisted Support Scheme (PASS) - mentoring assistance to first year undergraduate students studying economics and actuarial studies
  • Business School Career Mentoring Program – an opportunity for second year undergraduate Business School students, to be paired with a business professional, as an AHEGS listed program