Last September, Adelaide Business School welcomed the first Wine Business students to the University of Adelaide from a new partnership with KEDGE Business School in Bordeaux, France. This new study opportunity enables postgraduate wine business students to study in Bordeaux and access international industry placements and global leaders in wine industry.
What would you say to current students thinking […]
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 […]
Adelaide Business School has now officially become an Advanced Signatory to the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) — a United Nations’ (UN) initiative promoting environmental stewardship, human rights and fair trade practices in business education.
Dean of Business, Professor Mark Gabbott acknowledged his appreciation the School has joined the UN’s efforts to transform business education […]
AACSB International (AACSB) announced in early February that Adelaide Business School (ABS) has been awarded a five year re-accreditation, making the school part of an elite group of only 5% of business schools worldwide accredited through AACSB.
“During this peer-review process schools must demonstrate alignment with AACSB’s global accreditation standards, as well as how they encourage […]
Congratulations to Matthew Nesbitt (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), Gavin Roberts (Bachelor of Law / Commerce), George O’Connor (Bachelor of Law / Commerce) and Sam Craig (Bachelor of Law / Finance) who beat over 300 teams to take out the national final of the UBS Investment Banking Challenge.
The UBS Investment Banking Challenge is a competition […]
Business School, Economics, Global Agriculture & Food and International Trade postgraduate students can enrol into INTBUS 7016 – Managing Multinational Corporations course in trimester 2, 2016.
Taught by Daniel Rotting “The principal objective of this course is to prepare graduate students to better understand the complexity of entering foreign markets through equity-based entry modes and to […]
University-business partnering is recognised around the world as critical to stimulating economic competitiveness, innovation, and enhanced workforce capability. Government policy in many countries has shifted in recent years, emphasising the value of university-business collaboration, with increasing funding and support mechanisms being established to incentivise cross-sectoral engagement. Based on its relative small population and economy, Australia […]