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Our Teaching

We strive to make our teaching student-centred by using a mix of teaching methods and resources.

This includes:

  • face to face lectures and tutorials
  • guest lectures from our international network of researchers, alumni and industry partners
  • industry-based case studies
  • extensive online material
  • peer mentoring programs via the First Year Experience Program for first year undergraduate students

All delivered by our staff in state-of-the-art classrooms, dedicated meeting spaces, as well as via the internet eLearning.

Latest Teaching News

UQ Business School PhD student, Emil Juvan, has recently had a research paper accepted by leading international tourism journal,...
A UQ Business School PhD student is the recent recipient of a prestigious international bursary from Erasmus University in...
Future international business leaders will be able to gain a double postgraduate degree – one from UQ Business School and...

To ensure we provide our students with quality teaching, we:

  • evaluate our teaching by gathering and responding to feedback from students, staff and industry on our teaching and learning outcomes;
  • benchmark our teaching initiatives with other universities;
  • participate in professional development activities run by organisations like the University's Tertiary Education Development Institute (TEDI);
  • participate in professional associations;
  • conduct research and use our research expertise to inform our teaching and ensure that our students are well prepared for the business world.
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