Law and Business
For ACU Commerce student and swimming superstar Mack Horton, 2016 surely must be the most exciting and demanding year. The 20-year-old emerged as one of the biggest success stories of the Rio Olympics, winning gold in the 400m freestyle and taking a bold, public stance against drug use in the sport.
Thomas More Law School celebrates first PhD graduates Thomas More Law School celebrates first PhD graduates
ACU’s Thomas More Law School has already seen the first of its PhD students graduate, ahead of the first undergraduate cohort at the end of this year. The three students are the first graduates of the School, with Kylie Pappalardo and Kunle Ola graduating last month and Ben Atkinson graduating in May.
International students deliver business projects for NSW GovernmentInternational students deliver business projects for NSW Government
ACU international students recently worked with NSW Government departments in consulting projects – receiving glowing results. The ACU Faculty of Law & Business ‘NSW Government Global Scope’ program involved meetings with business mentors. Students learnt a range of skills including research and reporting, teamwork, communication, critical thinking, intercultural awareness and leadership.
ACU is always delighted when our alumni do well, so the Faculty of Law and Business is particularly proud of Bachelor of Business (currently Bachelor of Commerce) graduate James Boyle, who has recently been named the CEO of Liberty Financial.
2016 Alumni Awards: Business graduate promotes dignity and independence through employment2016 Alumni Awards: Business graduate promotes dignity and independence through employment
Business graduate Javier Batista received the community engagement award at the recent ACU Alumni of the Year awards. Javier was recognised for his work setting up the not-for-profit Walk Of Life Training Inc (WOLTI), an organisation that works with high risk, disengaged youth to promote self-esteem and independence through employment.
In early October the Thomas More Law School in North Sydney enjoyed an exchange from the University of the South Pacific (USP) School of Law. The visit followed an exchange of ACU Law students to the USP Emalus campus in Port Vila, Vanuatu in October 2015.
Not all families have the luxury of a yearly holiday, but that doesn’t mean their kids have to miss out. Edmund Rice Camps work to provide a holiday experience for young people experiencing disadvantage and ACU Business students are helping them out.
ACU students team up with BINUS Uni to crack Indonesian marketACU students team up with BINUS Uni to crack Indonesian market
International marketing students at the North Sydney campus of Australian Catholic University have teamed up with Indonesian students from BINUS University in Jakarta in an innovative project that involves identifying opportunities to market goods and services in both countries.