UWA Business School A team of undergraduate students from The University of Western Australia has impressed an expert judging panel to win The Amazing Case, a management consulting competition run by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Reaching the national finals of the UBS Investment Banking Challenge has given a team of UWA Business School students the opportunity to work on a real-life mergers and acquisitions (M&A) case, meet UBS executives, and be invited to interview for internships at UBS.
Undergraduate students Dylan Jensen (Commerce), Julian Rebelo (Engineering/Commerce), Jeremy Tan (Law/Commerce) and Lucas Tan (Law/Commerce) won the UWA Campus Final, and were one of seven teams from across Australia to compete in the National Finals.
Senior executives and business leaders from the resources, energy, banking, finance, property, consulting and infrastructure sectors attended a prestigious awards ceremony held on 29 May for some of the state's high-achieving students from The University of Western Australia's Business School.
A total of 29 scholarships and 43 prizes worth a total of more than half a million dollars were awarded.
Bob Hawke, Colin Barnett and ‘Nugget' Coombs, the first Governor of Australia's Reserve Bank, are a few of the many UWA Economics graduates who have gone on to make their mark on our society.
Economics has been taught at UWA almost since the University's inception 100 years ago, when it was part of the Faculty of Arts. Economics became a Faculty in its own right in 1954 and the Economics Honours degree began producing a steady stream of outstanding graduates.
UWA Business School The Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team at The University of Western Australia has partnered with Oxfam Australia and the WA Fair Trade Collective to establish the first Fair Trade Pop Up Shop in Australia.
UWA Business School Business students at The University of Western Australia are gaining practical experience while assisting local organisations to solve problems and explore new opportunities.
The Business Practicum unit, which is available to undergraduate students who have completed at least half of the units for the major relevant to their project, requires students to spend 100 hours working on an approved project for an organisation. Upon completion, the unit provides students with one credit towards their degree.