At UQ Business School, we actively engage with business and the community and like to stay in touch with our alumni. Whether you are a company, a community group, or a former student, here are some of the ways you can connect with us:
Consultancy and contract research are core areas of our business, and our staff have advised top-tier firms, as well as government and not for-profit bodies. UQ Business School is renowned for research and has an excellent track record for winning Australian Research Council (ARC) grants, the majority awarded for projects undertaken with an industry partner. Staff can also provide advice to company boards and give testimony as expert witnesses in court cases.
Tap into the extended UQ Business School alumni network of over 40,000 people. You will find social, business and networking opportunities as well as articles on career development and interviews with former students.
Challenging the Future
Learn more about UQ Business School’s work with communities around the world and gain insights into other cultures through our Challenging the Future series of articles.
Stay up-to-date on new business thinking, learn about the latest research findings and hear opinions from our world-renowned business experts by visiting the Momentum site or signing up for our bi-monthly e-magazine, The Momentum Update.
Organisations in the not for-profit sector can benefit from free consultancy from our business students via the Social Economic Engagement Program (SEEP) and the Community Engagement Program (CEP). You will be asked to identify a specific project and provide a detailed brief for the team, who will then set to work to help you achieve your goal.