Adelaide Business School

Step Up. Stand Out.

In 1902, the University of Adelaide accepted a challenge: become Australia’s first university to offer degrees in business. Our success made history. And forward thinking drives the Adelaide Business School still.

Here you’ll be part of Australia’s number one university for Entrepreneurship Education*. You’ll be inspired to look beyond the accepted and ‘reframe the game’, wherever your passion lies. Empowered to set and meet your own challenges, no matter how ambitious.

Our programs are developed in consultation with our advisory board of experienced industry experts and include: accounting, finance, entrepreneurship, management, marketing, commerce, business, international business.

*Education and Training Journal, 2019.

Your move

Advancing. Exploring. Just starting out. Whatever stage you’re at in your business career, your next step happens here.


Unlock your potential and take the next step in your career.

Our MBA suite


We offer a range of business related degrees, enabling students to choose their own path and become career ready.

Study with us


We conduct world-class research that is consistently ranked at or above world standard.

Our research strengths

  • AACSB accredited and ISO 9001 certified

  • 91% of graduates employed full-time*

  • 1st ISO 44001 certified organisation in Australia

*QILT GoS-L, 2022 - UG and PG graduates employed 3 years after graduating, Business School-specific data

Challenges met

Like an introduction to game-changing Adelaide Business alumni? Watch to learn how they met their challenge and are making their own history.

Featured stories

Adelaide Business School Prize and Awards Ceremony 2024

The Adelaide Business School celebrated student achievements at its annual Prize and Awards Ceremony on 7 May at the National Wine Centre.

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Healthy Managers, Healthy Workplaces: Strategies for Enhancing Managers’ Wellbeing

Sunday 28 April marks the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, highlighting the growing concern for workplace wellbeing within Australian organisations.

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Housing First: Challenges and Future Directions

In our article titled "Housing First: Challenges and Future Directions," we address the promising yet challenging landscape of the 'Housing First' approach in combating homelessness and mental illness within Australia. Our investigation highlighted the significant potential of this methodology alongside the substantial barriers impeding its full implementation across the nation.

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