The Australian School Of Business


DEFINITION of 'The Australian School Of Business'

The school of business for the University of New South Wales. The school has about 8,000 students, over half of whom are undergraduates. The school is made up of nine separate divisions, including accounting, banking and finance, economics and management.

BREAKING DOWN 'The Australian School Of Business'

The Australian School of Business was created from a merger. In 2006, the Australian Graduate School of Management merged with the Faculty of Commerce and Economics to create the Faculty of Business. This was renamed The Australian School of Business the following year.

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