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This page provides useful links for Business School students but please note complete information can be found on the current student site.

Careers and Employability Office

Equip yourself for success

Our Careers and Employability Office, dedicated to business students, offers a range of opportunities to explore career options, plan your career, develop employability skills, and network with employers and alumni.

The CEO offers specialised career services to students across all our degree programs. We are committed to helping you achieve your career aspirations. A career is not just about getting a job. The CEO is here to nurture and develop your lifelong career management skills.

  • plan your career
  • develop career decision making skills
  • tailor your resume and applications
  • engage in experiential recruitment activities such as mock interviews and assessment centres
  • connect with graduate recruiters, corporate partners and alumni through our programs

Contact us

Visit us at the Careers Lounge

Our Career Leaders will be in the lounge Mondays to Fridays, 1pm-4pm (during teaching weeks) and is located on the Basement Level of the Abercrombie Building.**

**The Lounge is currently closed, and we hope to see you back on campus in 2021!. In the meantime we are offering virtual Career Chats with our Career Leaders. Book now.

Book in a Career Consultation

Our career consultations are 45 minutes long, facilitated by a professionally trained careers consultant. Book a consultation

Email us

Email us at


Join our Facebook group CEO@Sydney

CEO Programs


We have created a dedicated calendar of events and activities specifically for Business School students. We will introduce you to employers, help you to upskill your resume, interview, and career planning skills.

CEO on Canvas

Access to careers resources and learning materials. You’ll also get access to Business School exclusive job search portals.

Job Smart

Job Smart is a free program for international students at the Business School, enabling you to gain the skills and professional experience needed to get a great job when you graduate.

CEO Newsletters

The CEO will email you tailored newsletters with all the latest careers information, events and activities.

Program Directors, Program Managers and Discipline Coordinators

The Business School has recognised the value in having a designated Program Director and Manager for each coursework program. Each Program Director has both long-term and day-to-day stewardship of their program. They are responsible for the provision of academic and strategic leadership for their program, as well as for providing program-wide advice and support to students in that program. Program Managers are responsible for providing program-wide advice and support to students in that program.

Students seeking broad advice regarding the structure and content of their particular program should consult the relevant Program Manager listed below. For advice on enrolment, fees and related administrative matters, students should first contact the Student Centre (details below).

There is an important distinction made between a Program Director and a Discipline Coordinator representing each Discipline in the Business School. A Discipline Coordinator has responsibility for the Discipline's contribution to the program, across all programs. A Program Director is much more focussed on, and has responsibility for, an entire program regardless of discipline content.

1800 SYD UNI (1800 793 864)
Make an enquiry
In person:
Level 3, Jane Foss Russell Building (G02)

Program Managers

Subject Area Program Manager contact

Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Coursework)

Dalyell Stream

Bachelor of Advanced Studies (Honours)

Executive Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration



Master of Commerce

Master of Management

Lance Graham

Master of Professional Accounting

Nemone Goonasekera

Graduate Business (Master of International Business, Master of Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Master of Transport Management, Master of Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations, Master of Marketing)

Work-Integrated Learning

Maria Luksich

Program Directors

Subject Area Program Director Deputy Program Director

Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Advanced Studies (coursework)

Chinmay Pattnaik

Mark Westcott

Dalyell Program

Sandra Seno-Alday

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

Boris Choy

Executive Master of Business Administration

Clinton Free

Master of Business Administration

Guy Ford

Master of Commerce

Teresa Davis

Elly Meredith

Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

Sunghoon Kim

Master of International Business

Gracy Yang

Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Master of Management

Betina Szkudlarek

Master of Management (CEMS)

Massimo Garbuio

Master of Marketing

Donnel Briley

Master of Professional Accounting

Rodney Coyte

Master of Transport Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Work-Integrated Learning

Rachael Hains-Wesson

Discipline Coordinators

Discipline Subject Area Undergraduate Coordinator Postgraduate Coordinator



Chang-Yuan Loh

Geoff Frost

Business Analytics

Business Analytics
Big Data in Business
Data Analytics for Business

Erick Li

Minh Ngoc Tran

Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems
Project Management
Digital Business

Petri Hallikainen

Na Liu

Business Law

Business Law

David Chaikin

Christian Chamorro-Courtland


Business Economics

Mark Melatos


Quantitative Finance

Elvis Jarnecic

Guanglian Hu



Lantian Liang

Lantian Liang

Transport and Logistics

Transport Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Global Logistics

Andrew Collins

International Business

International Business

Anish Purkayastha

Noman Shaheer



Jeaney Yip

Paul Henry

Strategy, Innovation and Management

Strategy, Innovation and Management

Jarrod Vassallo

Stefan Meisiek

Work and Organisational Studies

Management, Industrial Relations & Human Resource Management (Undergraduate)
People, Management and Organisations (Postgraduate)

Bradon Ellem

Sunghoon Kim