Enhance your UQ MBA student experience

Make the most of your UQ MBA study experience with the events, experiences, opportunities
and support resources available to you.

Our highly successful Social Economic Engagement Program (SEEP) was developed especially for MBA students and offers the chance to put classroom learning into practice and make a lasting difference.
You'll have the opportunity to attend our exclusive MBA events to network with other MBA students and alumni and hear in-depth views from industry speakers on trending issues.
Stay connected to the UQ MBA community and learn about upcoming events and opportunities by joining the UQ MBA LinkedIn group.
Access a range of support resources and services throughout your studies to maintain physical health and mental wellbeing. 
Our dedicated Career Consultants will work alongside you to ensure you fulfil your career goals by delivering a wide range of support, guidance and useful resources. View our exceptional class of 2022 graduating cohort who you can network with as an MBA student.
Want to learn what drives growth in different world economies and how cultural and political systems affect business? The UQ MBA Global Immersion Tours provide you with a unique learning experience and memories to last a lifetime. Claire Cunningham shares the firsthand insights she gained during her trip as part of MBA Global Immersion Tour program.

MBA student clubs

Enrich your study experience, make friends and develop essential business skills by joining a student club based on your interests. Student clubs include, MBA Social Club, MBA Consulting Club, MBA Entrepreneurship Club, Toastmasters Club and MBA Transformational Design Leadership Club. Email the MBA team to find out more information.

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The annual MBA Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of the graduating MBA class and bring their talents and skills to the attention of potential employers.

MBA Program structure

To complete the UQ MBA, you’ll study 12 courses, including one of two capstone projects designed to prepare you for industry success.

Students who have successfully completed the Australian Institute of Company Directors Course may be eligible for two units of credit towards Strategic Human Resources Management (MGTS7809).

Capstone project

Towards the end of your program, you’ll put everything you’ve learned during your MBA into practice by completing a capstone project. Whether you choose to work with industry clients or develop your own entrepreneurial venture, the capstone project component of the MBA will equip you will practical experience making and leading real-life business decisions.

Entrepreneurship Capstone

Learn best practice processes to increase the success of a new venture, startup or idea that is investable, sustainable and scalable.

Industry Engagement Capstone

Work in teams to design and execute a strategic project for an industry partner from the corporate, not-for-profit, and startup sectors.

Refer a friend

Do you know someone who would benefit from studying a UQ MBA? Refer your friend to the upcoming UQ MBA information session

MBA information sessions

Short-term global experiences

UQ Abroad offers short-term (two-to-five week) optional international study opportunities to MBA students. Study at an international partner institution and receive credit towards your MBA.

The Harvard Summer School program offers courses taught by Harvard professors and visiting scholars during the summer months in Boston, Massachusetts.
The CBS International Summer University Program one of the world’s longest running and largest short-term programs at Copenhagen Business School one of the leading business schools in Europe.
University of Glasgow European Summer School for Advanced Management offers an opportunity for MBA students to work together and explore the opportunities of the future in an international environment
The Digital Business Master Class includes viewpoints to the Finnish digital business landscape and companies through industry lecturers and company visits. Lectures by Aalto faculty, visiting faculty
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Summer School offers interactive small-scale courses designed to provide an intensive, in-depth look at your topic of study.
The ESSEC Business School "The Global Manager in Europe" Summer program brings together a select group of highly motivated MBA students to introduce them to current management issues in Europe through
The Mannheim Business School Summer School allows students to study at a top-ranked business school in Germany and enjoy high-class education in one of Europe's largest baroque palaces.
The Maastricht Summer School allows you to choose from a variety of courses in a range of subjects in the fields of Business & Economics, Science, Social Sciences, Law & Politics and Arts & Culture.
The ISM Summer School is essential for anyone interested in any industry who are tasked with problem-solving and are looking for or new and rigorous approaches to finding solutions.
Soochow University International Summer Session provides more than extension studies, but also exposure to young talents worldwide and lifelong friendships.
The Strategic Innovation & Entrepreneurship in LATM with EGADE Business School, Tecnologico de Monterrey provides a framework and guide based on Latin American successful companies.

Participating in the Harvard Summer School was a fantastic experience and a once in a lifetime opportunity, so my advice to other UQ MBA students is to make the most of the opportunities available to you as a UQ student and sign up.

- Philip Teuwen

Still have questions?

Our friendly MBA Team is available 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday to answer any questions you might have.