Newcastle Business School
The Faculty of Business and Law provides an innovative and dynamic learning community that offers leading-edge degrees.
The Faculty of Business and Law has been integrated into the new College of Human and Social Futures.
With strong connections to industry, the Faculty of Business and Law delivers education and research grounded in contemporary issues affecting the world today.
As a student you’ll gain a professional edge through real-world, practical experience and teachings designed to make you work-ready. You’ll graduate with the skills, knowledge and professional networks needed to excel in your chosen field – law, marketing, finance, human resources, management, accounting, entrepreneurship, economics, tourism and sports management.
Our academics are leaders in their fields who continue to advance our disciplines through research with global impact. This ensures our degrees remain relevant in an ever-evolving professional landscape
Our students benefit from a curriculum which is international in focus and challenges them to understand and question the global economy and society of which they are part.
The Faculty is based in Newcastle’s CBD campus, NUspace, a state-of-the-art building designed to facilitate the blended learning which has become a defining feature of our approach to teaching.
With internationally renowned researchers and University Centres, the Faculty of Business and Law produces world-class research in all our areas of activity.
The Faculty strives to assist business and society to create sustainable enterprises and communities. We welcome the opportunity to pursue new and innovative research with commercial and public sector organisations.
In the words of practicing solicitor Callum, when you graduate from the University of Newcastle’s Juris Doctor/Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice “you won’t be just entering the legal industry, you’ll already be a part of it.”
After studying Open Foundation Daniel now hopes to speak up for society’s most vulnerable people through his Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws (Honours).
Practical experience, real-world projects and summer internships – just a few of Nena’s highlights from her time studying the Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. Nena credits these reasons for her being industry-ready and has forged a bright career since graduating in 2017.
Kanishk Kumar (MBA, 2011; Master of Marketing, 2011) is a business development and market entry consulting professional, with a reputation for helping businesses grow.
Rebecca (Bec) has been flexing her creative flair for more than a decade. With a passion for the creative arts and an undergraduate degree in communication, Bec kickstarted her career in marketing where she went on to promote some of the biggest concerts and theatre tours.
Taking part in a Work Integrated Learning placement during her study at the University of Newcastle helped Emma build the skills needed in her career today.
International student Katrina has been studying at The University of Newcastle for the past two years and undertook a placement with the University’s Marketing and Communications department.
News • 24 Feb 2021
“Great lawyers are known to come out of Newcastle, and I am confident that today is no exception.”
News • 15 Jan 2021
After a challenging 2020, the University of Newcastle Legal Centre’s pop-up clinic at Merewether beach is returning to offer free legal advice to individuals struggling with any law-related matters.
News • 14 Dec 2020
There is light at the end of the tunnel for 550 students who will celebrate the culmination of their studies at the University of Newcastle Callaghan graduation ceremonies this week.
Event • 4 Mar 2021 from 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Join the Research Advantage team to uncover the many initiatives aimed at empowering academics at all careers levels at our University.
Event • 26 Mar 2021 from 10:00am - 11:30am
Join us for a hands-on session that will introduce using Metrics that will enable us to measure our research impact.
Event • 30 Mar 2021 from 1:30pm - 3:00pm
This session will unpack research translation and provide a framework and practical advice and examples on knowledge translation.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.