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Competitions and prizes

Faculty prizes

  • The Dean's List

    The Dean’s List recognises the top 5% of graduating coursework students each year, based on their overall course average. It also includes research students graduating with first class honours or with outstanding performance in their thesis. The List comprises students from across all disciplines in the Faculty categorised into undergraduate (coursework), postgraduate (coursework) and research.

  • Faculty Research Medal

    A Faculty Research Medal is the Faculty's most prestigious research prize, awarded to the highest achieving student graduating from a higher degree by research from within the Faculty of Business and Law, being judged on the quality of the research thesis submitted for the award.

  • Faculty Medal

    Awarded for outstanding scholarship in a programme offered by the Faculty of Business and Law.

  • Student prizes

    Each year the Faculty of Business and Law recognises the outstanding achievements of our students through Student Prizes. Students who have won a prize are notified by the Faculty of Business and Law by the end of February each year and are invited to attend the Student Prize Night to receive their prize at that time.

External Business competitions

  • ECU Enactus

    The ENACTUS competition allows students to showcase community engagement projects they have been working on at a national competition, with the winners going on to compete with winners from 40 other countries.

  • Business Icon

    The Business Icon award is the premier professional business competition for young people aged 18 to 25 who have an interest in innovation and entrepreneurship.

  • Chartered Accountants student challenge

    An annual inter-university competition where students compete in University teams to solve realistic business problems and scenarios.

  • Dream Team competition

    An annual inter-university competition where students compete in University teams to solve realistic business problems and scenarios.

External Law competitions

  • The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA)

    The Australian Law Students Association (ALSA) Conference is held annually, and provides a forum for law students across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to network and compete with one another in a range of events.

  • Tottle Partners Mooting cup

    This competition is scheduled for participation in 2012.

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