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UTS Business School

UTS Business School offered its first MBA in 1980 . We provide over 40 courses in a wide range of business areas such as supply chain management, professional accounting, community management, finance, marketing, and strategic management as well as specialisations in law, IT and project management. We are a leader in the development of innovative business ideas and practice and are rated 'above world standard' across a range of research areas including Applied Economics, Accounting, Auditing, Business and Management.

UTS Business School’s innovative teaching approach is integrative with an emphasis on problem-solving and creative thinking so that graduates move beyond traditional functional boundaries to shape and lead the future of  business.

UTS Business School is among an elite group of worldwide business schools accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). We are committed to sustainable and ethical business practices as an active participant and signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).

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