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Jillian Sales, Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) student shares her experiences
"Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) has given me multiple perspectives thus far on what the practical application would be like in the industry." - Jillian.
"The University of Adelaide has an incredible reputation in the wine industry all around the world. I run a wine business in Portugal with my business partners and I feel confident in my decision making, as I've learned from Professors and industry experts who are extremely capable of teaching the tricky paths of such a complex industry." - Igor.
ThincLab Waite is the only incubator dedicated to startups in the agtech, food innovation and wine sectors in Adelaide. It joins the University’s stable of innovation hubs which started with ThincLab Adelaide in July 2017 and expanded with ThincLab Châlons and ThincLab Singapore.
The University of Adelaide's highly regarded MBA program is now rated second of all business school MBAs in the nation, according to the latest The Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine rankings.
Janin Hentzen from our Master of Philosophy (Marketing) program shares her experience studying at the University of Adelaide.
"I came across a scholarship opportunity at the University of Adelaide, I knew I had to apply. The fact that I am here shows that I did get rewarded for going for it." - Janin.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report for South Australia was launched at Lot Fourteen on 6 June 2019 with South Australia’s Chief Entrepreneur Jim Whalley.
When three MBA students agreed to enter a global family business case competition, they had no idea how profoundly it would impact on them personally and professionally. Each year, contestants from 25 countries travel to the USA to compete at The University of Vermont, Grossman School of Business.
The Adelaide Business School was delighted to join with the American Chamber of Commerce to host Deputy Governor Dr Guy Debelle’s speech in Adelaide on Wednesday 10 April.
Older Australians are in the top echelon of business start-ups, according to a new report that is part of a continuing global entrepreneurship study, but young adults are far less – enterprising.