Our mission is ‘educating to make a difference’ in a dynamic and rapidly changing world. Our graduates apply innovative, creative, and sustainable industry practices to current and emerging issues of local and global significance.
Strong industry partnerships ensure students develop practical experience to prepare them for exciting career opportunities. Our inspiring scholars are enthusiastic about developing and sharing their knowledge and expertise with the future generation of leaders and practitioners.
The School of Business and Creative Industries is dedicated to equipping our students and graduates with the skills, knowledge and mindsets needed to excel in a rapidly changing and globally connected world. We strive to provide our learners with the tools and experiences necessary to be adaptable and agile in their careers. We work hard to foster a culture of career readiness and preparation, so that our graduates are well-equipped to seize opportunities in their chosen field or launch their own enterprises.
Check the government survey data below in the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching to see how highly our students and recent graduates rate their experience studying Business at UniSC.
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We contribute knowledge that can make a difference in our world. Our research is interdisciplinary, and draws on the combined knowledge of more than 70 expert disciplinary researchers.
Business short courses and microcredentials
We are committed to empowering the community by making current industry knowledge, skills and insight available to everyone.
Our leading academics have developed a variety of short courses and resources to help you up-skill or update your knowledge, ensuring you’re always across latest industry trends and best practice.
Tennant’s nostalgic return to Doctor Who a risky – but compelling - marketing move6 Oct
The cast and crew of Dr Who in its 60th year will need Tardis-like precision to navigate the return of key faces successfully, UniSC international business lecturer Dr Jacqueline Burgess writes.
New on-the-job options for Music students3 Aug
A joint effort to tune into the economic potential of the Sunshine Coast’s music industry is spinning benefits for UniSC Creative Industries students.
Take a direct route to the film industry1 Mar
Aaron Lenden is carving out a name for himself in Australian screen media.