The School of Management is ‘highly ranked’ by employers. Results from the Graduate Destinations Survey 2015 and Graduate Outcomes Survey 2016-17 ranked UniSA number one in South Australia for graduate careers in business and management.
Our School can prepare you for a career in business, government, non-profits or community organisations. We help you build a career portfolio based around ethical and sustainable decision-making about your own career and choosing your potential employer.
The School of Management forms part of the UniSA Business School and offers an exciting array of programs for undergraduate and postgraduate study. Our specialisations and research strengths include Management, Human Resource Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Sports & Recreation Management, Tourism & Events Management and Arts & Cultural Management.
Our programs combine up-to-date theory and practical applications of management models and methods, and are designed in consultation with our network of industry and professional partners.
First offered at our antecedent institution the SA Institute of Technology in 1979, we have a wide network of successful alumni who completed arts management with UniSA.
At UniSA we are proud to support and witness the progress and achievements of our students. Jane Ng is another brilliant international student who received the “International Student Award 2017” under the artistic achievements category from Study Adelaide. She completed the Master of Management (Arts and Cultural Management) in 2017. She is now building a solid career in events, arts or the tourism industry.
Mr. Bill Spurr, Chair of Study Adelaide's board, Jane Ng and His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC
Some of our well-known alumni include Pom Pom production centre director Beijing, Luqiang Qiao artistic director Beijing National Performing Arts Centre and Do Thanh Thuy, Deputy Director Vietnam Institute for Culture, Arts Studies, Professor Stephen Boyle Dean Academic UniSA, Jacinta Thompson, Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre executive director UniSA, John Oster, Executive Director Regional Arts Australia, Christie Anthony CEO Festival of Ideas, and Antony Peluso Arts Program Director Country Arts SA.
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