University of Sydney Business School
|The University of Sydney Business School|
|Location||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Campus||Camperdown & Darlington|
|Affiliations||University of Sydney|
The University of Sydney Business School is the business faculty and a constituent body of the University of Sydney. It was established in January 2011 and formed from the School of Business within the previous Faculty of Economics and Business. The former combined faculty itself descended from the original Faculty of Economics founded in 1920, which was the first faculty of its kind in Australia.
The Business School has an exceptional academic reputation and is currently ranks 9th in the world for Accounting and Finance as per the QS World University Rankings by Subjects (2013). It was the first business school in Australia to receive accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) from the European Foundation for Management Development. It is also the only Australian business school to become an Associate member of the Global Alliance in Management Education (CEMS). The Business School's CEMS Master's in International Management (CEMS MIM) is currently ranked as the No. 7 Masters in management programs in the world by The Financial Times 2013 Business School Rankings. The School's Master of Management program is ranked as the No. 1 in Australia and top 50 worldwide by the same ranking. In 2013, the University of Sydney Business School's Global Executive MBA ranked as the nation's No.1 EMBA program by the Australian Financial Review's BOSS Magazine.
In 2012, the Business School had a total student enrolment of 6,436, consisting of 3,652 undergraduate and 2,640 postgraduate students. In terms of total enrolment numbers it is the University's second-largest faculty. By large margins, the Business School had the greatest number and proportion of international students of any of the University of Sydney's 16 faculties. In 2012, 45% of the school's enrolment consisted of international students, more than double the University-wide rate of 22%.
Established in 1920, the Faculty of Economics initially offered the Bachelor of Economics degree, which commenced in 1914. The postgraduate Master of Economics degree commenced in 1925.
In 1985 the faculty introduced its second undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs, the Bachelor of Economic and Social Sciences and the Master of Economic and Social Sciences, respectively.
In 1993 its third undergraduate degree program, the Bachelor of Commerce, was introduced. The Master of International Studies followed in 1994, the Master of Commerce in 1995 and the Master of International Business in 1999.
From 2006 to 2007, the University conducted a review of its social sciences faculties. As a result of that review, it was determined that parts of the School of Economics within the Faculty of Economics and Business were to be transferred to the Faculty of Arts (as it then was). In January 2008, the Disciplines of Government & International Relations and Political Economy were transferred to the Faculty of Arts. In January 2011, the Discipline of Economics, the Centre for International Security Studies and the Graduate School of Government were also transferred to the Faculty of Arts, which was renamed the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Concurrently, the remaining disciplines of the Faculty of Economics and Business formed the University of Sydney Business School.
On 30 July 2009, the Business School announced the launch of the Global Executive MBA program, which was commenced in February 2010.
On 30 July 2012, the Business School announced the introduction of the Sydney Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, with the program starting February 2013. Particular emphasis has been put into making positioning it as an internationally recognised degree.
The University of Sydney Business School consists of the following nine disciplines:
- Discipline of Accounting
- Discipline of Business Information Systems
- Discipline of Business Law
- Discipline of Finance
- Discipline of International Business
- Discipline of Marketing
- Discipline of Business Analytics
- Discipline of Work and Organisational Studies
In addition to these, the faculty also offers postgraduate programs and research through its Centre for International Security Studies, Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies, Workplace Research Centre and Graduate School of Government.
Majors in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management can be accredited by the Australian Human Resource Institute (AHRI).
- Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal
- Australian Accounting Review
- Australian Review of Public Affairs
- Australian Tax Forum
- International Journal of Development Issues
- International Journal of Forecasting
- International Journal of Information Management
- International Journal of Management Reviews
- Journal of Australian Political Economy
- Journal of Industrial Relations
- Journal of International Financial Management & Accounting
- Labour History
The University of Sydney Business School has produced many graduates of prominence, including:
- Franz Koch - MCom, CEO of Puma AG, Europe's second-largest sporting-goods maker
- Philip Corne - BEc, CFO of Louis Vuitton USA until taking up the current position as CEO of Louis Vuitton Oceania
- Glenn Stevens, BEc (Hons) 1979, economist and Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia (2006—)
- Tony Abbott, BEc 1979 (Syd), LLB 1981 (Syd), MA 1982 (Oxford), Prime Minister of Australia
- Anthony Albanese, BEc 1984,Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
- Chris Bowen,BEc,Treasurer of Australia
- David S Clarke, BEc (Hons), former Executive Chairman, Macquarie Bank Limited (1985—2007)
- Roger Davis - BEc,Chairman of Bank of Queensland
- John L Carrick, BEc 1941, former Australian Liberal politician
- Greg Combet, BEc 1987, Grad Dip Labour Relations and the Law 1991, Australian Labor politician and Minister for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency
- Professor Margaret Gardner AO, BEc (Hons) 1976, PhD (Econ) 1984, Vice-Chancellor and President of RMIT University
- Nick Greiner, BEc (Hons), Australian Liberal politician and former premier of New South Wales (1988–1992)
- Morris Iemma, BEc, Australian Labor politician, and former premier of New South Wales (2005–2008)
- Justice Michael Kirby, BEc, Justice of the High Court of Australia (1996–2009)
- Mark Latham, BEc, former Australian Labor politician, leader of the Australian Labor Party and opposition leader of Australia (2003–2005)
- Malcolm Mackerras, BEc 1962, psephologist and political commentator
- Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - Schools Accredited in Business, retrieved on 2008-01-15.
- European Quality Improvement System Accredited Members, retrieved on 2008-01-15.
- - Global Alliance in Management Education, retrieved on 2011-08-10.
- University of Sydney Business School - Organisation, retrieved on 2008-01-15.
- Quality Assurance and Professional Accreditation - Faculty of Economics and Business, retrieved on 2008-01-15.