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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.

Our services will help you:

  • 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.

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 business.careers@sydney.edu.au

Facebook

Join our Facebook group CEO@Sydney

CEO Programs

EmployableYOU

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.

CEO Newsletters

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

Industry Placement Programs

Apply for our local and international programs, which allow you to build your professional experience and career management skills.

Study Tours and Immersion Programs

Immerse yourself in our international study tours to further develop your skills working on real projects.

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 OLE: From My Degree To My Career

We have developed an OLE for early degree students, which will help to navigate your degree and start your career planning process. This OLE will be available for enrolment in 2020.

Program Directors and Discipline Coordinators

The Business School has recognised the value in having a designated Program Director 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.

There is an important distinction made between a Program Director and a Discipline Coordinator representing each Discipline (or Centre) 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.

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

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

Program Directors

Subject Area Program Director

Bachelor of Commerce

Catherine Hardy

Bachelor of Commerce (Honours)

Diane van den Broek

Executive Master of Business Administration
Master of Business Administration

Guy Ford

Master of Commerce

Matthew Beck

Master of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

Helena Nguyen

Master of International Business

Catherine Welch

Master of Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Master of Management

Betina Szkudlarek

Master of Marketing

Teresa Davis

Master of Professional Accounting

Rodney Coyte

Master of Transport Management

Geoffrey Clifton

Program Managers

Subject Area Program Manager

Bachelor of Commerce

Jill Russ

Master of Business Administration

Jo Bishop

Master of Commerce

Jen Chambers

Master of Management

Lance Graham

Master of Professional Accounting

Nemone Goonasekera

Graduate Business

Anna Forte

Discipline Coordinators

Discipline Subject Area Undergraduate Coordinator Postgraduate Coordinator

Accounting

Accounting

Eric Clubb

Cornelia Beck / Helen Yee

Business Analytics

Business Analytics
Big Data in Business

Laurent Pauwels

Boris Choy

Business Information Systems

Business Information Systems
Project Management

Daniel Gozman

Sebastian Boell

Business Law

Business Law

Cary Di Lernia

Barbara Mescher

Economics

Business Economics

Simon Kwok

Finance

Banking
Finance
Quantitative Finance

Oh-Kang Kwon

Andrew Grant

Transport and Logistics

Transport Management
Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Geoffrey Clifton

International Business

International Business

Amanda Budde-Sung

Dan Caprar

Marketing

Marketing

Jeaney Yip

Teresa Davis

Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Stephen Zhang

Work and Organisational Studies

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

Mark Westcott

Anya Johnson

Timetables

You can access a personalised timetable at the start of each semester with the location, time and duration of all your tutorials, lectures and labs.

Go to Class timetables on the Current Student website.

Orientation

Visit the Welcome Week website to see the full program of events for Welcome Week.

If you have any questions about Business School Welcome Week activities, please email: business.welcome@sydney.edu.au

Additional information for new starters can be found on the Current student website.

Transitional arrangements

Transitional arrangements for students who commenced study before 2018.