By studying with the UniSA Business School, you stand to gain real-world business insights and experience. As South Australia’s #1 Business School for graduate careers*, we will prepare you for the job market—no matter where in the world your career takes you.
Our undergraduate degrees span a range of the strongest core business areas and specialisations in the country, allowing you to diversify or target the skills and knowledge that you want to develop for your career.
Our strong connections to industry keep our programs relevant, recognised and respected by your future employer. By participating in our Business Career Mentor Program or choosing to undertake a work placement as part of your coursework, you will build the skills and confidence necessary to stand out from the crowd.
*QILT: Graduate Outcomes Survey Course Experience Questionnaire 2016-18 – Full-time Employment Indicator (Undergraduate and Postgraduate). Public SA-founded universities only.
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“I was able to participate in the mentor program, Chartered Accountancy achiever program and networking events within the university and accounting organisations. It gave me an insight into the industry and the skills I need to have when I enter the workforce.”
“The UniSA Business School provides you with the tools and education to prepare you for a career in your chosen field. The key is to work hard to make sure you get the best out of yourself.” His hard work has paid off with Nicholas being offered a graduate position with Deloitte Australia.
“The range of activities I have been able to participate in outside of lectures is invaluable. I not only have the knowledge of a HR graduate, but I have experience in and understanding of the employability skills and characteristics a successful HR professional should have.”
“As the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute is unique to UniSA, industry experience and leading marketing research is brought right into the classroom from lecturers who advise some of the world’s largest brands.”
“I made the most of my experiential learning opportunities at UniSA by completing a tour in Taiwan and South Korea. I learnt the processes and planning of major international events and the global context tourism can take. The program gave me the unique chance to build international contacts.”
“I made the most of my law degree by undertaking internships, editing UniSA’s Student Law Review, and carrying out research for several barristers. My advice is to take these opportunities as the skills I have developed will hold me in good stead as I enter my clerkship with Minter Ellison.”