The Adelaide Business School was delighted to act as host to students from Ivanhoe Grammar School, China today. Visiting Australia as part of Port Adelaide Football Club’s Power Footy program, the students enjoyed an exclusive tour of the University of Adelaide.
The students were greeted by Faculty of the Professions Executive Dean, Professor Christopher Findlay, and […]
A new partnership between the University of Adelaide’s Adelaide Business School and Port Adelaide Football Club (PAFC) will establish further opportunities for graduates wanting to launch their careers in China and Australia.
For four years, PAFC has been utilising Australian Rules football to connect Chinese and Australian companies in each region to further their connection and […]
EVERY strategy ever written is by its very nature unique, a blend of the commercial, economic, technological, sector specific and company-specific factors that prevail at a given point in time.
This characteristic opens the door to a myriad of strategy failure modes, from the very mundane, like failing to recognise that the market is simply no […]
Wine students looking to broaden their global insights can register their interest to travel to international wine regions thanks to a new online internship portal.
Developed by the Great Wine Capitals Business and Research Committee, with leadership and support provided by the University of Adelaide, the portal matches wine businesses with students from Great Wine Capital […]
Congratulations to Adelaide Business School students Tyler Glanville, Emma Allison and Deepak Raj for taking out the top honour at the CFA Institute Research Challenge.
The team will now go on to represent Australia at the Asia-Pacific regional finals in April next year.
The ABS team pitted their skills against peers from around Australia, undertaking a […]
Chances are you have heard the word ‘mindfulness’ before.
But what could that possibly have to do with business?
Time magazine famously announced the ‘mindfulness revolution’ back in 2012; since then, the UK government has announced it wants their country to become a ‘mindful nation’.
The Buddhist skill of mindfulness was first introduced into the Western world in […]
TRAINS and Boats and Planes is an old song by Burt Bacharach and Hal David more than 50 years ago. It could be the title of a theme song in South Australia now as we think about the big projects kicking off in this state.
The question, though, is how small firms can join in big […]
Adelaide Business School students take out the silver medal in the National UBS Investment Banking Challenge
Congratulations to Adelaide Business School students,
Mark Samson, Matthew Hutchinson, Edward Oppes and James Moriarty who came second last month in the national UBS Investment Banking Challenge!
The UBS Challenge offers students an opportunity to test their skills on a real-life transaction and gain hands-on experience of work as an investment banking analyst. Student teams present their […]