Peer Mentoring

Are you a first year Business student who wants to transition into uni smoothly and make some new friends? The UNSW Business Society presents the Peer Mentoring Program for 2014. The BSOC


Career Opportunities

A major focus of the Careers portfolio is to enhance the number and scale of careers events and projects in order to provide students with greater opportunities for skill building


Sporting Events

Do you ever feel like shooting some hoops between tutorials and lectures? Been craving to hit up the Snowy Mountains and carving up some powder on Perisher’s pristine slopes?


Bizzness & Review

Bizzness will publish a variety of content ranging from articles, opinion pieces, advice columns, sponsor company advertisements/material, reviews of past society and sponsor company events, entertainment and restaurant reviews, manga/cartoon



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The Business School Career Mentoring Program connects you with an experienced business professional from the private or public sector, and provides an opportunity for you to gain wisdom and advice to support your career development. It is a mentoring partnership focused on developing career management skills and identifying career options and goals. 
Applications close Friday 17th July!


Are you interested in a career in investment banking or management consulting?

On Tuesday 3th March, UNSW Careers and Employment are holding the inaugural investment banking and consulting careers evening where you will be able to meet a number of the top employers in these industries, all together, right here on campus.

This event will give you the opportunity to ask questions, compare different employers, get a real understanding of whether investment banking or consulting is the right career path for you and most importantly, to build your networks.


These highly competitive industries are looking for students with:

·         Strong academic results

·         Leadership attributes

·         Excellent communication skills (international students need an IELTS of 7-8 to comply with the new government regulations for Permanent Residency)

·         Active participation in extracurricular activities


If you meet the above criteria, apply here to attend the careers evening.



Woolworths… You’ll recognise the name from our supermarkets, but did you know we’re one of Australia’s ten biggest companies and the country’s second largest employer?  We’re looking for our next generation of leaders right here. That’s what our graduate program is focused on.
Keeping one step ahead of customer needs (and our competitors) means we depend on your fresh perspectives to meet the challenges of the future. Through a structured program of experiences, learning and real management responsibilities, we’ll help you develop your leadership qualities and bold decision-making capability that will set you up for the career success you deserve.
There aren’t many graduate employers that can offer you the genuine opportunity of leading a $50 billion dollar business employing 200,000 people, like we can.
Be a leader today, not someday.  Lead in one of our 13 focused graduate streams:

Business Leadership

Business Consulting



Digital e-Commerce

Big Data



Product Development & Quality Assurance







Applications to our 2016 Graduate Program open 2nd February 2015 and close 29th March 2015.

Dare to Lead.  Apply now: wowgrads.com.au




Nominations are now open for the 2015 UNSW Business Society General Elections.

The positions for nomination are:

· President

· Chairperson

· Treasurer

· Vice President (Activities)

· Vice President (External)

· Vice President (Internal)

To be eligible for nomination, you must satisfy the following:

· You are a member of the UNSW Business Society (All students enrolled in degrees within the Australian School of Business Faculty are members of UNSW Business Society).

· You must not graduate within the following calendar year and be able to serve your term for the full year.

· If you wish to run as a team, all positions must be filled with nominees.

· If you wish to run as an individual, you may only run as an individual and will stand as an ungrouped candidate.

Important Dates:

· Nominations must be received by the Returning Officers by Friday 12th September 11:59PM

· Campaigning may begin from Sunday 7th September and will continue until the completion of the election.

· Election Polling will occur during Week 8 between 15th and 19th September. Finalised polling times and locations will be announced closer to the week of elections. 

Please send your nominations to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your:

· Full Name

· Respective Position to be Nominated for

· Student ID (scanned copy of front and back)

· Currently Enrolled Degree

· Team Name (if applicable)

· Signed Declaration of Eligibility (each individual is required to sign the declaration)

· Candidate Vision Statement (each individual is required to fill this)  

N.B. If you are running as a team, only one member needs to email all the details on behalf of each individual team member

Kind regards

UNSW Business Society 

Boost your CV & win the work experience of a lifetime

The Chartered Accountants Mission Exceptional Boardroom Challenge ( http://goo.gl/oDMI4B ) is a search for the brightest young business minds from Australia and New Zealand. Could this be you?

Enter Mission Exceptional to apply the business skills you’ve learned to a real life business assignment and give yourself a chance to gain an edge in the ultra-competitive graduate job market.

You could win the work experience of a lifetime - job-shadowing a senior executive working for a global brand in one of Asia’s business capitals.* Entries close 15 September 2014.

Watch the Mission Exceptional YouTube video  ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZJ3QrM2du8 ) – to find out more and start your mission.

*Terms and conditions apply



Have you got what it takes to Survive the Panel and win a share of $20,000?

If you’ve got a big idea, then tell us all about it!

Sometimes the biggest ideas are born from the simplest of observations. We’re not after sliced bread, reinventing the wheel or anything that would be prefixed with ‘i’. So open your mind and think about everyday things you see, use, hear, feel or interact with that falls short by the smallest of margins.

Can you Survive the Panel?

Five entries will be chosen as finalists to pitch to our panel of judges at the EY Sydney office on 30 September 2014. Finalists will battle it out to win a share of $20,000 to make their idea a reality.

How to enter

Simply tell us in 100 words or less about what your idea is all about to secure your opportunity to pitch to the panel. You are able to attach an image to support your big idea, should you wish.

How it works

1.      Go to facebook.com/eycareers and click on the Survive the Panel app (found on the left hand side of the desktop page).

2.      All entries will be carefully reviewed by our judges.

3.      A shortlist of 20 entries will be selected by 27 August 2014 and the entrants will be invited to complete a business case proposal by 5 September 2014.

4.      The top four entries will be selected by 9 September 2014 and invited to attend the event to be held at the EY Sydney office on 30 September.

5.      We will select three wild card entries that will be voted on by our Facebook fans from 10 - 12 September 2014. The wild card entry with the most votes will make up our top five finalists who will pitch to our judges.

6.      The five finalists will pitch to the panel of judges for a chance to win a share of $20,000.

Entrants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or an Australian permanent resident, currently enrolled in an Australian university and due to complete their degree between 2016 and 2018. Ernst & Young will cover flight expenses and one nights accommodation for finalists who are based outside interstate.

Applications open 9:00, 28 July 2014 and close 17:00 22 August 2014 (AEST).

Be daring. All you need to do is Survive the Panel.

What are you waiting for? Go to www.facebook.com/eycareers.

© 2014 Ernst & Young, Australia. All Rights Reserved.

Chartered Accountants Vacation Evening

The 2014 NSW Chartered Accountants Vacation Evening will be a night of networking, canapés and bubbly.

Did you know majority of graduate roles are filled by the previous year’s vacationers?

Get ahead of the pack and step into the corporate world at the 2014 NSW Chartered Accountants Vacation Evening – a night of networking, canapés and bubbly.


Tuesday, 05 August 2014


6:15 pm to 7:45 pm - Vacation Evening


Dockside Darling Harbour
Balcony Level
Cockle Bay Wharf
New South Wales 2000





**Business attire required**

A partner from EY will explain the interview process, what qualities they look for when interviewing candidates and will give you some tips that you can use in your next interview. The evening will bring together penultimate year students looking to secure a vacation position with firms who have vacation roles to fill.

Due to limited places, students are required to submit a video application and if successful will be sent an invitation for the event. Video interviewing is increasingly popular and we all know that practice makes perfect so submit your video today.
** You will be assessed on your presentation so please leave your pyjamas for bedtime.**


To apply:

• You must be a penultimate year business or commerce student with an accounting major.
• You must be an Australian resident and/or citizen.

How to apply:

• Create a 1-2 minute video introducing yourself. Information you should cover includes:

- Name
- University
- Degree
- Extracurricular activities
- Employment history
- Answer to the following question - What single task or event would you consider as the most significant accomplishment in your life so far? Please include the challenge you faced and how you overcame it.

• Directly upload your video to YouTube as an unlisted video. Your video must comply with YouTube’s terms and conditions.
• After the video upload is complete please email the link to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along with your full name, university and best contact phone number and email.
• Once your resume has been reviewed you will be notified by email if you have secured a place at the Vacation Evening.

Application Dates:

Applications open on Thursday, 11 June 2014 and close on Thursday, 31 July 2014.



It’s finally here. Introducing the UNSW BSOC CHRONICLES, the blog that reports anything and everything BSOC from the latest updates and interesting articles to movie reviews, funny gifs and lifestyle tips. Check it out now here.

2013 BSOC Volunteer Applications

Applications are closing on Tuesday 26th of March at 11:59PM. Late applications will not be considered.

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