Newcastle Business School
The Faculty of Business and Law provides an innovative and dynamic learning community that offers leading-edge degrees.
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, NeW Space, 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.
Jessica Redman studied a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at the University of Newcastle.
Jessica Brennan studied a Master of Marketing at the University of Newcastle.
They say good things come in threes, which rings true for the Cunneens as their father, and University business lecturer, Dr David Cunneen, will also be involved in the ceremony as part of the academic procession.
Sherry Xie moved to Australia to study a combined MBA/Master of Human Resource Management at the University of Newcastle.
Duanduan moved to Newcastle to study her undergraduate degree and loved it so much she continued on to complete her postgraduate degree here as well.
Scott wanted a challenge and found the MBA a meaningful way for more personal development.
Emma completed two intensive face-to-face courses for the law side of her degree – Mediation Skills and Theory and Corporate Power and Corporate Accountability.
News • 1 Jan 2008
In 2019 the Faculty of Business and Law Empower Network supported 11 undergraduate students in pursuing professional development in the area of their studies or interest. They attended international conferences, women’s leadership courses, software workshops and student competitions. These professional development opportunities widened their view of where education can lead them, they helped in creating new connections with like minded individuals, and in building real world knowledge and practical skills that will assist them in their careers and in the legacy they will leave for the future. Below is a summary of some of these experiences, in the students' own words.
News • 5 Feb 2020
The GLAMX Lab offers the opportunity for students to learn hands-on skills to students and increase their employability.
News • 17 Jan 2020
In the midst of the bushfire crisis, the University of Newcastle Legal Centre’s annual Law on the Beach pop-up clinic will soon kick off, offering people free legal advice on any law-related matter, including bushfire insurance claims.
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