Prizes in UNSW Business School

This page lists all prizes awarded by the UNSW Australia Business School (formerly the Australian School of Business).

 

Faculty prizes

The Dean’s Award (C4K10I)
For the top performance in a Masters Coursework program in the UNSW Business School.

  • Certificate

The Dean's Award - Stage 1  (C2K08A)
For academic excellence.

The Dean's Award - Stage 2  (C3K08A)
For academic excellence.

The Dean's Award - Stage 3  (C4K08A)
For academic excellence.

The FMAA All Rounder Award in Business (C2K10E)
For the top performing 1st year student in a single or dual degree in the Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Economics and Bachelor of Actuarial Studies programs who have completed one (1) or two (2) semesters with a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 80 or higher.

  • $2000

The Michael Burgess Prize – Stage 1 (G0434E)
For the top performing undergraduate student with the highest Weighted Average Mark (WAM).

  • $750

The Michael Burgess Prize – Stage 2 (G0437E)
For the top performing undergraduate student with the highest Weighted Average Mark (WAM).

  • $1500

The Michael Burgess Prize – Stage 3 (G0435E)
For the top performing undergraduate student with the highest Weighted Average Mark (WAM).

  • $2500

The UNSW Business School Research Fair Prize – 1 (G0433I)
For the best Higher Degree Research Poster.

  • $500

The UNSW Business School Research Fair Prize – 2 (G0431I)
For the best Undergraduate Research Poster.

  • $500

The UNSW Business School Research Fair Prize – 3 (G0432I)
For the best Honours Presentation.

  • $500 

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School of Accounting

The Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand Prize - 1st Year (C5K33A)
For the most well rounded 1st year Accounting student.

  • $700

The Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand Prize - 2nd Year (C5K34A)
For the most well rounded 2nd year Accounting student.

  • $700

The The Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand Prize - 3rd Year (C5K35A)
For the most well rounded 3rd Year Accounting student.

  • $1000

The CPA Australia Corporate Accounting Prize (C00723)
For the best performance in ACCT5942 Corporate Accounting and Regulation.

  • $500 and an inscribed medallion

The CPA Australia Prize For Year 1 (C0070U)
For the highest aggregate in ACCT1501 Accounting and Financial Management 1A and ACCT1511 Accounting and Financial Management 1B by a student majoring in the School of Accounting.

  • $500 and an inscribed medallion

The CPA Australia Prize For Year 2 (C0071U)
For the best performance in ACCT2542 Corporate Financial Reporting and Analysis majoring in Accounting.

  • $500 and an inscribed medallion

The CPA Australia Prize For Year 3 (C0072U)
For the best performance in ACCT3583 Management Accounting 2 or ACCT3593 Management Accounting 2 (Honours)

  • $500 and an inscribed medallion

Financial Management Association of Australia Prize in Accounting (C5K32A)
For the best performance in ACCT3563 Issues in Financial Reporting and including ACCT3573 Issues in Financial Reporting and Analysis (Honours).

  • $500

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School of Risk & Actuarial Studies

The Actuaries Institute Prize (C0450U)
For the best performance in ACTL1101 Introduction to Actuarial Studies. 

  • $500 and one year membership

 

The AIG Prize in Actuarial Studies (C3391E)
For the best performance in ACTL2102 Foundations of Actuarial Models. 

 

  • $500 and one year membership

The Deloitte Actuaries & Consultants Prize (C0455U)
For the best performance in ACTL2131 Probability and Mathematical Statistic.

  • $500

The Finity Consulting Prize (C0561U)
For the best performance in the courses ACTL4001, ACTL4002, ACTL4303 or ACTL5100, ACTL5200 and ACTL5303.

  • $1000

The Insureware Prize (C0458U)
For the best performance in ACTL3162 Insurance Risk Models.

  • $1000

The KPMG Actuarial Prize in Data Analytics (C3392E)
For the best performance in ACTL3142 Actuarial Data and Analysis in the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies or Bachelor of Actuarial Studies (Co-op) program.

  • $500

The UniSuper Prize (C0460E)
For the best performance in ACTL3191/ECON3114 Superannuation and Retirement Benefits.

  • $500

The Willis Towers Watson Prize (C0459U)
For the highest aggregate in ACTL3141 Actuarial Models & Statistics, ACTL3151 Life Insurance and Superannuation Models, ACTL3162 Insurance Risk Models and ACTL3182 Financial Economics for Insurance and Superannuation by a graduating student in the Bachelor of Actuarial Studies Program.

  • $500

E S Wolfenden Memorial Prize (C0074U)
For the best performance in Actuarial Studies Honours Year (Coursework and Thesis).

  • $1000

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School of Banking & Finance

The AIG Prize in Banking and Finance
 For the best performance in FINS3616 International Business Finance.

  • $500

Financial Management Association of Australia Prize in Banking and Finance (C5K31A)
For the best performance in FINS3625 Applied Corporate Finance.

  • $500

The FPA Prize in Financial Planning (C5K33E)
For the best performance in FINS5537 Financial Planning, Advice and Ethics.

  • $1500

The Kazacos Prize in Social Endeavour (C5K09A)
For excellence in the area of Social Endeavour in the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

  • $3000

The McGraw-Hill Book Prize in Banking and Finance (C0563U)
 To the highest achiever in the core course FINS1613 Business Finance in Banking and Finance.

  • $500 voucher

The Peter Kazacos Prize in Social Entrepreneurship (C5K19A)
For excellence in the area of Social Entrepreneurship in the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

  • $2000

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School of Taxation & Business Law

 

The CPA Australia (NSW Division) Prize (C0962A)
For the best performance by a graduating student in the Master of International Taxation or Master of Taxation (International Taxation).

 

  • $1000

The Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand Prize (L2K503)

For the best performance by a graduating student in the Master of Applied Taxation.

  • $1000

Gordon Cooper Memorial AM Prize in Capital Gaines Tax (B6108I)
 For the best performance in TABL5515 Taxation of Capital Gain in Tax in a Masters program.

  • $750

The KPMG prize (L0960A)

For the best performance by a graduating student in the Master of Taxation (excluding the International Taxation or Taxation and Financial Planning specialisations).

  • $1000

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School of Economics

The Australian Finance Conference Prize (C0188U)
For the best performance in ECON3106 in Politics, Government and Economics in the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Economics program.

  • $500

The Productivity Commission Prize (C0692E)
For the best performance in ECON3101/ECON5301 - Markets and Frictions.

  • $500

 

School of Information Systems, Technology & Management

The ISACA Prize (C0398A)
For the best performance in INFS5907 - Security and Ethics in Cyberspace.

  • $500

The Professor M Weinstock Memorial Prize -1 (C0472E)
For the most innovative completed PhD of the year.

  • $1000

The Professor M Weinstock Memorial Prize - 2 (C0471E)
For the most innovative Honours thesis of the year.

  • $1000

School of Marketing

 

The Australian Marketing Institute Prize (C0438U)

 

For the best performance in MARK2053 marketing Communications and Promotions Management, or MARK2153 marketing Communications and Promotions Management (Honours).

 

  • One year membership

The Peter D Walker Prize in Marketing (C0437P)

For the best performance in MARK6102 Creativity, Innovation and Change in Marketing in the Master of Marketing program at the UNSW Business School.

  • $1000

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School of Management

Professor Chung Sok Suh Memorial Prize (C0485I)
For the best performance in Undergraduate International Business Major.

  • $1500

The Julia Moore Prize in Industrial Relations (C0234U)
For the best performance in courses in Labour Relations, Employment or Work offered by the School of Management by a student undertaking a UNSW degree program.

  • $500

The Terrance Muldoon Memorial Prize (C0236U)
For the best performance in Industrial Relations Honours (Final Year) in either the Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) or Bachelor of Arts (Honours) program.

  • $1000

 

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Centre for Social Impact

The Anton Mischewski Design for Social Innovation Prize (C4K11E)
For exceptional performance in the Design for Social Innovation course.

  • $2000

The Lusthaus Prize in Creating Social Change from Innovation to Impact - Semester 1 (G0436E) 
For the best academic performance in COMM1000 Creating Social Change: From Innovation to Impact.

  • $500

The Lusthaus Prize in Creating Social Change from Innovation to Impact – Semester 2 (G1436E) 
For the best academic performance in COMM1000 Creating Social Change: From Innovation to Impact.

  • $500

AGSM MBA programs

AGSM MBA Director's Prize For the Strategic Management Year (G0450P)

For the two top performers across the Strategic Management Year in the AGSM Master of Business Administration (Executive) program.

  • $500 each

The Anita Prabhu Women Leaders in Business Award (G0451P)
For female alumni who demonstrate entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and business acumen.

  • $1000

The Ariel Prize (G0404P)
For the best performance throughout the AGSM Master of Business Administration program by a student over the age of 35 years at the time of completion of the program.

  • $500

The Australian Finance Conference Prize (G0406P)
For the best performance in the Core Finance Course in the AGSM Master of Business Administration program.

  • $500

The Australian Graduate School of Management Dean's Scholars (G0452I)
For academic excellence.

  • Certificate

The Australian Graduate School of Management Highest Achievement Prize (G0450I)
For academic excellence.

  • Certificate

Australian Graduate School of Management Merit List Prize (G04511)
For academic excellence.

  • Certificate

The Baume et Mercier MBA Excellence Prize (G0455E)
For the best performing male and female AGSM student in the full-time MBA program across all full-time MBA core courses.

  • Baume et Mercier Watch

The Boston Consulting Group Prize in Corporate Strategy (G0408P)
For the best performance in the Strategy Core Course in the AGSM MBA program.

  • $800

The Carla Zampatti Prize (G0426P)
For excellence in community leadership in the AGSM MBA program.

  • $1000

The Dean's Award (G0411P)
For the highest average in the Graduate Diploma of Mangement courses.

  • $500

The Integritas Award (G0425P)
For the graduate who has demonstrated leadership, honesty, integrity and the value of collegiality in scholarship over competition and has, through their actions, made a significant contribution to the learning experience of fellow students and the broader community of the UNSW Business School and the AGSM MBA program.

  • Program Medal, framed citation and a prize awarded by the Dean of the Faculty

The Lonergan Research Prize in Data Analysis - Session 1 (C0563E)
For the best performance in the AGSM full-time program MNGT5232 Data Analysis course in Session 1.

  • $2000

The Lonergan Research Prize in Marketing Management - Session 2 (C0564E)
For the best performance in the AGSM MBA full-time program MNGT5251 Marketing Management course in Session 2.

  • $2000

The Lonergan Research Prize in Marketing Management - Session 1 (C0565E)
For the best performance in the AGSM MBA (Executive) program for MNGT6251 Marketing Management course in Session 1.

  • $1000

The Lonergan Research Prize in Marketing Management - Session 3 (C0566E)
For the best performance in the AGSM MBA (Executive) program for MNGT6251 Marketing Management course in Session 3.

  • $1000

The Lonergan Research Prize in Data Analysis - Session 1 (C0567E)
For the best performance in the AGSM MBA (Executive) program for MNGT6232 Data Analysis course in Session 1.

  • $2000

The Lonergan Research Prize in Residentials (C0568E)
For the best performing female student who has completed Stage 1 of the AGSM MBA (Executive) program and who will be progressing into the Residentials of Stage 2 of the AGSM MBA (Executive) program.

  • $2000

The MBAX Prize (G0460I)
Awarded to the top performer in Management of Innovation & Technology in the Master of Business Administration (Specialised) program 8625.

  • $500

The MBAX Director's Prize (G0465I)
Awarded to the top performer in Strategic Management of Business Technology in the Master of Business Administration (Specialised) program 8625

  • $500

The Professor Wanbil Lee Prize for Ethical Leaders in Business (G0453E)
For AGSM students and alumni who demonstrate entrepreneurship, innovation, leadership and business ethics which are reflected in active ethical practice within their workplace.

  • $1000

The Sydney Airport AGSM Prize (S2K76E)
To the top performing student across the AGSM Strategic Management Year.

  • $4000

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