Newcastle Business School
Building the economies of the future
Students at Newcastle Business School 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 School also strives to find solutions so business and society can work together to create sustainable enterprises and communities.
Do business globally
Meet Grace, Bachelor of Business student. Studying the Bachelor of Business degree will give you a broad understanding of Australian and global business environments.
Newcastle Business School delivers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs with intellectual rigour and practical focus.
Greater Bank Finance Lab
The University of Newcastle and Greater Bank have established a five-year partnership to build financial literacy in the community.
Located on level one of the University’s new state-of-the-art CBD vertical campus, the Greater Bank Finance Lab is a hands-on learning environment, enabling University of Newcastle Business School students to build their skills in financial decision making, risk management and economic systems.
- Newcastle Business School Honours Vacation Scholarship
- Women in Master of Business Administration (WiMBA) Scholarship
- South Asia Scholarships
- Other UoN Scholarships
News • 23 Nov 2020
A new study, released in Scientific Reports in Nature, found behavioural responses to pandemics are more shaped by perceived risk than actual mortality or hospitalisation risk.
News • 10 Nov 2020
A new initiative aimed at boosting tourism in Newcastle will launch on Thursday.
News • 19 Oct 2020
Politics in a podcast is a monthly podcast organized by Politics in the Pub Newcastle, in collaboration with the School of Humanities and Social Science, and the Newcastle Business School, at the University of Newcastle. Each month will feature an interview with a special guest to dissect the political issues facing Australia and the broader world.
Event • 4 Dec 2020 at 11:00am
Noise trader models of market behaviour propose that investor sentiment affects market responses to corporate announcements. As beliefs can be cross-sectionally heterogeneous, firm-specific investor sentiment may differ from aggregate levels of investor sentiment.
Accreditation and affiliation
The University of Newcastle’s Business School has accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, PRME, as well as degrees and majors that are accredited with the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, CPA Australia, the Australian Human Resource Institute, the Australian Marketing Institute.
The University of Newcastle has also been welcomed into the CFA Institute University Affiliation Program.