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Our academic staff are at the forefront of global thinking on issues relating to wealth and wellbeing, strong organisations, transformative innovation, and the

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Information about program and course selection, enrolment, change of program, variation to enrolment, status and other general matters.


Our alumni may be found in the world’s leading companies, policy agencies and universities.

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Find contact details for any general enquiries.


A healthy lifestyle is important to your health and wellbeing. The College of Business and Economics recognises this importance, and supports the efforts of staff to make positive changes to their health and wellbeing, and to maintain these changes.

There are many aspects of health and wellbeing including physical, emotional, social, financial and mental health. The College is committed to promoting positive health for its staff.

In addition to the resources below, and the annual program of events, staff members and immediate families are encouraged to access the University’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) who offer a choice of counselling and advisory service providers who can help you work through a range personal and work-related issues.

Program of events

Heart Week

29 April to 5 May

Register to attend our upcoming seminar

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How to be present and live mindfully

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R U OK Day

Ask “are you ok?”.

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Carers' Responsibilities

October: National Carers' week

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Updated:   28 March 2018 / Responsible Officer:  Dean, Business & Economics / Page Contact:  College Web Team