Prizes and awards

for School of Management students

The School of Management rewards high achieving students. The prizes and awards available for students range across all of our programs. Please see what is available below:

The ACHPER (SA) Prize 

Awarded to the Sport and Recreation Management student with the highest Grade Point Average across the first year Sport and Recreation courses.
Value: $250 plus ACHPER professional activities, workshop enrolment and mentoring to the value of $250

 

Boost Business Results Prize

Awarded to the School of Management student with the highest mark in either BUSS 3010 Industry Project, BUSS 3080 Business Practicum or BUSS 3088 Business Internship.
Value: 'Personal Productivity' Time Boost Camp Module valued at $1500

 

CIPS Australasia-Logistics and Supply Chain Management Prize

Awarded to the undergraduate Logistics and Supply Chain Management student with the highest grade point average in the major upon completion of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management program.
Value: 12 month complimentary student membership valued at $372, complimentary entrance to CIPS annual conference values at $300 and complimentary ticket to on South Australia Regional event.

Drake Supermarkets Prize

Awarded to the Master of Human Resource Management student with the highest grade point average upon completion of the program.
Value: $500

 

Industrial Relations Society of South Australia Prize

Awarded to the undergraduate Human Resource Management student with the highest Grade Point Average for the major upon completion of the program.
Value: One year's membership of the Industrial Relations Society of SA, including free entry to all seminars, book voucher to the value of $150 and $150 cash (valued $500)

 

Inghams Enterprises Postgraduate HRM Prize

Awarded to the Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management student with the highest grade point average upon completion of the program.
Value: $500

 

Jarvis Group Prize

Awarded to the Master of Management student with the highest grade point average upon completion of the program.
Value: $500

 

McGraw-Hill Prize

Awarded to the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management student with the highest grade point average upon completion of the program.
Value: $500 book voucher

 

Phil Hoffmann Business Travel Prize (1)

Awarded to the undergraduate Tourism and Event Management student with the highest grade point average across the second year Tourism and Event Management courses.
Value: $500 travel credit

 

Phil Hoffmann Business Travel Prize (2)

Awarded to the undergraduate Tourism and Event Management student with the highest grade point average for the major upon completion of the program.
Value: $500 travel credit

 

Port Adelaide Football Club Prize

Awarded to the Sports and Recreation Management student with the highest grade point average for the major upon completion of the program.
Value: $200 voucher at The Port Store, a signed Guernsey and a family pass to attend a PAFC game (total $500).

 

Recreation SA - Gary Crilley Memorial Prize

Awarded to the Sports and Recreation Management student with the highest Grade Point Average across the second year Sport and Recreation Management courses.
Value: $500

 

Shirley Chappel Tourism Prize

Awarded to the undergraduate Tourism and Event Management student with the highest grade point average across the first year Tourism and Event Management courses.
Value: $500 Imprints book voucher

Wiley Prize for Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Awarded to the undergraduate Logistics and Supply chain Management student with the highest grade point average across the first year Logistics and Supply chain Management courses.

Value: $500 Book Voucher