MBA Info


MBA Information Event 

In-person event: 19 October 2023 
Webinar via Zoom: 1 November 2023

Your goals are unique. Your MBA should be too. Join us to learn how the UQ MBA can flex to suit your schedule and transform your career.

MBA info sessions

MBA seminarIn-person event

 19 October

308 Queen Street, Brisbane


MBA webinarWebinar session

 1 November

Online via Zoom

Date: 19 October
Time: 5:30–7:30pm
Location: 308 Queen Street, Brisbane
Date: 1 November
Time: 12–1pm
Location: Online via Zoom

Presented by MBA Director, Associate Professor Nicole Hartley, these information events are your chance to learn everything you want to know about the MBA ranked #1 in the world for student quality. 

Exclusive to our in-person event, you'll have the chance to network with like-minded people you could end up learning alongside over drinks and canapés. Plus, get a taste of what it's like to study the MBA with a classroom taster session delivered by UQ Business School Entrepreneur in Residence and Industry Professor Cameron Turner. Cameron will talk about why innovations fail and how to increase your chances of success. 

Key takeaways

  • Hear from our panel of MBA students and alumni, who will share insights into what it's like to study the MBA and answer your questions
  • Learn about key features of the UQ MBA, including flexible study options, exclusive international exchanges, scholarships and real industry consulting projects
  • Discover how the MBA Careers and Employability Team are committed to helping you achieve your career goals.

Who should attend

  • Anyone hoping to take the next step in their career by completing further study like an MBA. 
  • Anyone curious to learn more about how an MBA can transform and accelerate their career.
  • Anyone who wants to know what makes the UQ MBA different to other MBA programs.
  • Anyone who has questions about whether they're eligible for the UQ MBA and would like to discuss their options with our friendly team.

Looking for more inspiration?

Discover UQ MBA student and alumni stories.

  • Kellie Davis joined the Royal Australian Air Force in 2008 as an Air Combat Officer (ACO) and spent most of her career as mission crew at 2SQN on the E7-A Wedgetail. After 10 years of military service, she was ready for a new challenge.
  • Many professionals fall into the trap of progressing down a career path that starts to dictate its own trajectory – where they become a passive participant rather than an active shaper of their own professional destiny. This is exactly how Jane Lewin felt as a young lawyer – until she claimed back ownership of her path by taking a more mindful approach to focus on what she wanted to achieve.
  • While working as an Army Officer in the Australian Army and taking a career break, Grant Joy decided to start a Master of Business Administration (MBA). For Grant, studying an MBA was originally the step that would enable him to make a permanent leap outside of Defence. But completing his UQ MBA program ended up being the catalyst to so much more.


Discover why the UQ MBA is #1 in Australia