Jessica Cong says working for local NGOs gives valuable insight into how the skills she is developing at university can be applied in unique real-world situations.
Tommy Lim forged his finance business in the aftermath of the global financial crisis, defying the concerns of his conservative parents.
The law needs to level the playing field for franchisees, says UNSW Professor Jenny Buchan.
The candidates, women's rights and the Free Trade Agreement with Australia are key in the Indonesian election, says UNSW Law's Associate Professor Melissa Crouch.
Scholars from across the globe will gather at UNSW to discuss how changing gender norms intersect with populism’s appeal in Asia.
Australia's focus on wellness and work-life balance in the workplace was surprising for UNSW Sydney alumna Maryia Haworth.
Terms like 'artificial intelligence' are bandied about frequently, but a research group at UNSW Law is exploring what impact this kind of technology will really have on the legal profession.
Governments are addicted to tax revenue from harmful activities. It is stopping them from doing what is in society's best interests.
Technical skills will only get you so far in your career, the rest is up to how you get on with people.
Professor of Economics Gigi Foster says everybody is judged by metrics. But what are the criteria, and do performance measurements actually help in the long run?