Who is responsible for education? Traditionally, Australian culture would indicate that it's not our personal duty to address the sustainability and delivery of education. However, times have changed and to remain internationally competitive, Australian universities are turning to their alumni, students, and friends to assist with a growing financial need.
The University of Western Australia's Business School has become the only business school in the State to hold the prestigious European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) international business accreditation.
In today's fast-moving business environment, it is critical for individuals and organisations to invest in human capital in order to ensure relevance and competitive advantage. At the UWA Business School we are pleased to work closely with students and organisations to provide a life-long journey of learning experiences.
More than 80 graduates attended the Singapore Presentation Ceremony held in August at the Raffles City Convention Centre including 52 Bachelor of Commerce students, 27 Master of Business Administration students, three Master of Business Research students and 1 Doctor of Business Administration student.
Since joining the AIM-UWA Business School Alliance as its Director more than 18 months ago, Suellen Tapsall has witnessed significant growth in executive education with interest from corporate, government and non-profit sectors. We touch base with Suellen who provides an update on what is happening with the Alliance programs.
SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise), a global not-for-profit organisation that has student teams from universities in more than 40 countries around the world, conducted an exclusive HSBC Financial Literacy Forum in New York in early October.
MBA Jakarta student and Division Head (Factory Operation) for PT Eastern Pearl Flour Mills - Interflour, Martin Krebs is a truly dedicated student. Flying every weekend for more than four hours to attend weekend classes is now a typical weekend occurrence for him.