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We are proud to announce the fantastic achievements that have been awarded to our students and educators in the 2021 Wine Communicator Awards. The annual awards recognise outstanding contribution to, and excellence in, wine communication in all forms.
As a female in the construction industry, Megan felt overlooked and stuck in her career. She made a 'crazy decision' and decided to do back to back master’s degrees, first the Adelaide MBA and then Master of Applied Project Management (MAPM), both with Adelaide Business School.
Bachelor of Accounting and Corporate Finance student, Divya Anandarajah, has made some adjustments to her study style since commencing as an offshore student.
Yvonne Bowyer looked for a career change after working as a chief dietitian at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital for 8 years. She wanted to move up to a leadership role within the corporate sector however being a health and science graduate and having worked in the healthcare system for many years, she found it difficult to convince prospective employers of her ability to be a leader in a different industry.
Each year, the Adelaide Business School hosts an annual student awards event which recognises high-achieving students who have attained outstanding results in our business courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
The Adelaide MBA course 'Fundamentals of Leadership' accelerated their studies at The Bend Motorsport Park on 17 and 18 September.
The future looks bright for Master of Applied Project Management (Project Systems) student Prashant Singh. Combining his skills in computer science with a project management degree, Prashant is determined to make an impact on the world.
Business students at the University of Adelaide will benefit from a real-world, business-like quality culture, with the Adelaide Business School being the first of its kind in Australia to be awarded ISO 9001 Certification.
After working in the IT Industry for almost four years, Vaishali Mohanrao Haldekar understands the gap between technology and management.
Studying a Bachelor of Project Management at the Adelaide Business School was an easy choice for Kai Karimizandi who was one of the first students. Kai had a keen interest for Project Management and the commencement of the degree came at a perfect time for him.