The Business Enterprise Unit offers a number of electives and short courses designed to provide skills for self employment. Electives are available to undergraduate and postgraduate students from a variety of disciplines to get you enterprise ready. These practical, project-based courses cover the stages from concept through to launch.
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Australian Banking Association boss Anna Bligh says the banks expect Kenneth Hayne’s final report to be a but would not rule out shareholders having to foot the bill if bank executives face charges.
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Telstra chief executive Andrew Penn says political fear-mongering in countries including Australia, the United States and United Kingdom is and .
European Union leaders offer a united chorus of to Britain’s belated bid to negotiate changes to the Brexit divorce deal as Theresa May attempts talks with Ireland and EU officials.
trapped people in lifts and stopped traffic lights from operating.
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A Sydney jury hears a police interview with former ATO deputy commissioner Michael Cranston in which he declares he was before being accused of misusing his position to benefit his son.
according to a report by HLB Mann Judd.