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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 Finance Professor, Robert Faff, has been announced as one of two Visiting Research Professors for 2015 under a...
Fifty UQ Business School tourism students have discovered the science and art of winemaking during a field trip to Stanthorpe...
UQ Business School PhD student, Emil Juvan, has recently had a research paper accepted by leading international tourism journal,...

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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