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Overview

The School of Business and Law offers a comprehensive range of courses with major specialisations, as well as specialist industry-focused degrees.

Our broad areas of study include Business, Law and Planning, with all courses delivering relevant theory, practical work experience and generic employability skills.

The School’s Business Edge program was the first in Australia to teach workplace employability skills, such as leadership, critical thinking and problem solving, to better prepare graduates for a rewarding and successful career.

The School also offers an extensive range of postgraduate business and law programs, including our popular MBA degree.

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Courses

The school offers a diverse and exciting mix of courses that are developed in consultation with industry groups and combine the latest theory with hands-on, practical experiences.

Research activity

The School of Business and Law is proud of its research achievements and is committed to continuing its high quality and innovative applied research.

News & events

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Enactus team to take on the world after first national championship win

A group of ECU students dedicated to volunteering in their local community will represent Australia at an international competition in Canada after being named national champions.

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Internships help students better manage their careers

How do internships at university improve students employability and help them make better choices in their future careers?

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Digital entrepreneurship heralds a transformational force driving Australia's future economy

The rapid growth of digital technologies worldwide is driving the fourth industrial revolution in human history.

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