UWA Business School People often say that the solution to climate change has to start with governments and corporations taking decisive action. However, a team of university students believe that change starts with the individual.
Students in Free Enterprise at The University of Western Australia (SIFE UWA) have launched Carbon Futures, an online interactive programme which encourages individuals to reduce their carbon footprint.
UWA Business School A team of students from The University of Western Australia Business School has been named the 2010 global winners of the Google Online Marketing Challenge. The team of postgraduate marketing students beat 3,033 other teams from 60 countries.
The Business School is currently readying itself for the biggest academic changes in UWA's 100-year history. In 2012, we will be introducing a program of new courses that will balance breadth and depth of knowledge to equip our students with a holistic global outlook and provide exposure to different disciplinary approaches.
UWA Business School Five family businesses that were assisted by The University of Western Australia SIFE students won or finished as finalists in their categories at the WA Family Business Australia (FBA) Awards in May.
UWA Business School Four UWA Business School students recently got a taste of life in investment banking when they were flown to UBS' Sydney offices to compete in the national finals of the UBS Investment Banking Challenge.
Lincoln Tan, Alexandra Clarke, Jonathon Burrows and Andrew Gale performed extraordinarily well, competing against hundreds of other teams for cash prizes and the opportunity to interview for summer internships at UBS.
UWA Business School From 2011, the Centre for Social Impact and the UWA Business School will be offering a Graduate Certificate in Social Impact.
Dean of the UWA Business School, Professor Tracey Horton, said that the new Graduate Certificate was an exciting addition to the School's course offerings. ‘We are moving into a new business environment in which social and environmental innovation will be more highly valued than ever before. UWA is proud to be fostering the social entrepreneurs of the future.'
UWA Business School Timothy Ballard has always wanted to know why people behave in irrational ways. That's why the 2010 BHP Billiton Postgraduate Research Scholarship winner is investigating workplace behaviour by undertaking a PhD at the UWA Business School.