The Big Idea
The Big Idea is a national competition, conducted annually, launched by The Big Issue in 2012. The competition is between teams of undergraduate students from participating universities. It requires students to develop an idea for a social enterprise and prepare a business plan for that enterprise. Find out more!
Want to know where to heat your meal on campus? Need a study space for a group? The Faculty of Social & Behavioural Sciences, which the Flinders Business School sits under, has created this great flyer & information source to answer these questions and more!
A forum enabling student-staff discussions about student concerns
A mentoring program designed to help new students settle into their studies in the Flinders Business School.
Check out the rules for the various prizes and awards we and the Faculty offer!
Research and referencing
General information for current students on conducting research for essays, reports, and other assignments in the Flinders Business School.
Research resources for staff and students
Currently available business-related databases for on-campus use
Steps-to-Success - a Flinders Business School program
If you want to be successful and you are encountering difficulties, the sooner that you get help the better. One-way to maximise the possibility of being successful this semester is to take advantage of the support that is available through the Flinders Business School Steps to Success Program.
Student Learning Centre video
You may not be aware that the Student Learning Centre has available on its website a video that provides students with information about the types of services that we provide and how to access these services.
Where are you going? Gaining international experience
Study, work or volunteer overseas, and have these experiences counted towards your Flinders Business School degree!
Work Integrated Learning
Flinders Business School’s work integrated placement program is designed to give students a real opportunity to gain experience in the work force, and develop work-ready skills.