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Our Student Program Committees are collaborative and informal committees of students who work closely with their Program Leader to share collective insights and feedback of the overal student experience and other program related matters. The committees present themselves as an avenue for the broader student cohort to share their experiences, opinions, feedback and recommendations with staff.
The independently run UQ Business Association and Business School Postgraduate Association are informal, social associations. Their main purpose is to create a social platform for students to network not only amongst themselves, but also with industry through their networking and industry lead events.
This guide will help students when writing university assignments. More information on the University's assignment writing structure and referencing can be found on the Student Service's website.
The student services team are committed to providing high-quality services that encompass academic excellence, cultural enrichment and personal and professional development opportunities, find out more information on the support and services available.
The CA Careers Guide for 2018 features employers offering graduate, vacation, internship and cadetship roles in accounting, business and finance.
Current first-year postgraduate students are encouraged to complete the Expectations and Aspirations Survey to enhance the future student experience at UQ Business School.