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Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

Youngcare the winner in UQ social media success story

Benevolence has paid off for a group of UQ business and UQ law students who have been recognised for helping national charity Youngcare boost its social media presence.

Their winning project was part of a community engagement program organised by the University of Queensland’s Business, Economics and Law Faculty to give 180 students real-life experience working with non-profit groups.

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Pictured from left: UQ Marketing lecturer Dr Nicole Hartley, CEP Coordinator Cass Vickers, Hui Jia Ong, Youngcare Marketing Communications Coordinator Jake Myers, Edith Cham, Youngcare CEO Samantha Kennerley, Rebecca Bennett, Lewis Guo, Theresa Yu (Photo credit: University of Queensland)

Team leader and Bachelor of Business Management student Edith Cham said the group (Rebecca Bennett, Hui Jia Ong, Theresa Yu, Lewis Jun Ze Guo, Bingjie Liu, Xin Wang, and Hilary Baker) devised a plan to improve Youngcare’s social networking and make its YouTube channel stand out from the crowd.

“We were thrilled to work with Youngcare because, as an energetic, bold, innovative community organisation, it is pioneering, driven and impactful in its work serving the physical needs of young people with high care needs,” Ms Cham said.

Youngcare CEO Samantha Kennerley said the students’ work would make a big difference.

“This is a wonderful initiative run by UQ and we are grateful for the opportunity to participate,” Mrs Kennerley said.

“The students have done an impressive job and I am very excited about the ideas they have come up with.

“The next step for Youngcare is executing the project.

“We’re committed to helping young Aussies with high care needs live life with choice, independence and dignity. I’ve got no doubt this project will be another positive step on this journey.”

UQ Community Engagement Program coordinator Cass Vickers said the 17 projects in the running this semester were of an exceptionally high standard.

“The Youngcare project stood out because the students were passionate about the cause, really listened to their client, and created an integrated solution,” she said.

“The community engagement program is building an appetite among our students for opportunities with a social outcome.”

The award for Most Outstanding Team Leadership went to Liesda Marsdon whose team worked with food charity SecondBite.

Several projects were highly commended for their work with Community Mates, Givit Kids and Gifts4Good.

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Friday, July 24th, 2015

UQ Business School welcomes China’s largest property developer

UQ Business School was privileged to host influential businessman and sustainable housing pioneer, Chairman of Vanke and the Shenzhen Foundation for International Exchange and Cooperation (SFIEC) Mr Wang Shi, who inspired a passionate audience with his journey to success.

Chairman Wang Shi from Shenzhen in China is internationally recognised as an advocate for green practices, and sustainable outcomes for environmental protection.

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Chairman Wang Shi at UQ Business School (Photo credit: UQ)

Over 400 students gathered in the UQ Centre to attend the exclusive event where Chairman Wang Shi and UQ Business School Dean Professor Andrew Griffiths, discussed the topics of sustainability, city innovation, and entrepreneurship.

The panel discussion, which was facilitated by the Executive Director of UQ Business School Executive Education Richard Kennerley, captivated the audience which was comprised predominantly of international commerce students and business school academics.

During the panel discussion, enthusiastic students were given the opportunity to directly ask the Chairman questions, which ranged from building sustainable properties, to his many environmental causes.

Professor Andrew Griffiths said that it was an honour to host Chairman Wang Shi and his delegates for such an inspiring afternoon.

“What an outstanding opportunity it was for our students to hear from one of the most influential business minds, not only in China but globally. We thank Chairman Wang Shi and his delegation for their support of UQ Business School and hope to welcome them back to the university again in the future.”

Richard Kennerley added, “International cooperation is becoming increasingly important in business, and with our proximity to Asia, China presents a great opportunity. I am hopeful that this exchange will open the door for more collaboration opportunities between Australia and China, and more specifically between UQ and China in the future.”

As an avid sportsman who is one of only eleven people to have completed the global ‘7+2’ challenge, (7 Peaks Alpine Ascent Challenge, plus North and South Pole). Chairman Wang Shi was taken on a tour of the UQ St Lucia campus that concluded at the UQ Rowing Club.

Mr Wang Shi, who is the Founder and Chairman of China’s largest residential real estate developer, and Chairman of the Shenzhen Foundation for International Exchange and Cooperation (SFIEC), was in Brisbane attending the 2015 Asia Pacific Cities Summit & Mayors’ Forum, which aims to drive economic growth for Brisbane, Australia, and the wider Asia Pacific Regions. UQ Business School Executive Education was a proud sponsor of the APC Summit.

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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

UQ Business students launch MBA Business Symposium

University of Queensland MBA students and alumni launched the first MBA Business Symposium recently, the only one of its kind in Australia.

The UQ Business School MBA Business Symposium: Leadership Ahead of the Curve aims to build ties among current and future business leaders from a diverse range of sectors and backgrounds.

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The symposium provided a platform where current and past MBA students of UQ Business School and industry partners can come together and exchange ideas, stories and inspiration.

MBA student and symposium committee member Melissa Hardy said it was very exciting to see the symposium come to life.

“What started as a concept initially observed from peer MBA programs in the US, has become reality, with an impressive line-up of local and national business leaders,” she said.

“It’s a great example of collaboration between current students, alumni, UQ Business School and corporate sponsors; building towards creating opportunities through scholarships and the Social Economic and Engagement Program.”

The one-day event featured high-profile speakers such as TRI Foundation Board member Professor Ian Frazer, Victoria Cross for Australia recipient Ben Roberts Smith, and Managing Director of Tourism Australia John O’Sullivan.

The key themes of leadership, innovation, experiences and expectations, and finance were explored through keynote presentations, panel discussions, and interactive Q-and-A sessions.

All revenue generated from the MBA Symposium was allocated directly to the newly established MBA Foundation.

The foundation, established and governed by UQ Business School MBA alumni and faculty, aims to provide access to scholarships for admirable candidates otherwise unable to afford tuition, including women, not-for-profit managers, and indigenous candidates.

The foundation also supports the MBA Social Economic and Engagement Program and the school’s not-for-profit partners.

UQ Business School MBA Director Dr Sarah Kelly said the inaugural event join current talent, alumni and industry in an engaging and thought provoking forum.

“This will help ensure diversity of access to the top MBA program in Australia,” she said.

The UQ Business School MBA Business Symposium: Leadership Ahead of the Curve was held on May 3 at UQ St Lucia.

Degree: Master of Business Administration
Duration: 1 year
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester Intake: January
Application Deadline: October 31 each year

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Friday, April 17th, 2015

UQ Business School Professor talks recycled water

Trendy California is going for it, but recycled water still won’t wash in Queensland, and a University of Queensland researcher is warning that we need to stop being squeamish about drinking treated water.

Research by UQ Business School Professor Sara Dolnicar shows that Queenslanders are happy to spend millions of dollars on bottled water, but the idea of drinking recycled water is still too hard to swallow.

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UQ trying to rid the “yuck” factor from recycled water

“Recycled water has an image problem that we need to change if Queensland is to thrive,” Professor Dolnicar said.

“Campaigners exploiting the ‘yuck’ factor put a stop to recycled water in Toowoomba many years ago, but they offered no alternative to support water security.”

Professor Dolnicar’s research investigates why Australians views some water sources, such as bottled water or rainwater, favourably but don’t like others, such as recycled water.

“Most of the state is in the grip of drought, and now is the time for a new and honest debate about alternative water sources,” the UQ Business School professor said.

“Using recycled water won’t break the drought but it will make our scarce resources go further.

“For example, Mackay is converting ninety per cent of the city’s waste into irrigation-quality water for cane farmers and California has just invested one billion dollars into water recycling plants.”

The United Nations has warned that only 60 per cent of the world’s water needs will be met by 2030.

About Professor Dolnicar

One of Professor Dolnicar’s research interests includes studying water from alternative sources. The use of alternative water sources is inevitable for Australia’s sustainable water future; however, previous experience has shown that public resistance represents the biggest hurdle in the successful implementation of alternative water schemes. Professor Dolnicar’s research with colleagues aims to understand the mechanisms leading to public acceptance of alternative water sources, in particular the role of knowledge and information. This research contributes to public acceptance research by determining whether knowledge reduces fears about alternative water sources and by developing and testing alternative formats of public information campaigns.

Master of Integrated Water Management

The Master of Integrated Water Management program aims to build future leaders in water management with an emphasis on working either in rural international development, in urban water policy and management, or across stakeholders in the context of integrating water resource management for water, food, energy and environment.

Program: Master of Integrated Water Management
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Duration: 1.5 years
Semester intake: February
Application deadline: November 30, 2015

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Thursday, April 16th, 2015

UQ Business School’s Master of Global Management

The Master of Global Management is designed to prepare graduates for an international business career. The program will help you build the skills and experience required to become a business leader in today’s highly connected, multicultural world.

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The Master of Global Management is a two-year postgraduate double degree run in conjunction with four leading European business schools. Students spend the first year studying at UQ Business School, and the second year studying in Europe. You will not only benefit from exposure to the global business environment but will also gain two postgraduate degrees from two of the world’s top business schools.

In addition to the core courses, students can choose to specialise in international economics and finance, enterprise management or tourism, and complete a research component or internship.

The Master of Global Management will give you a wider perspective in addressing international issues, and valuable experience in different cultures and business environments. It will also allow you to build an international network of peers and unlock global career opportunities.

Program: Master of Global Management
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: July
Duration: 2 years
Application deadline: April 30, 2015

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Monday, March 16th, 2015

UQ MBA students open doors in USA for Australian companies

University of Queensland Master of Business Administration students are helping three Australian companies to expand their customer bases in the United States.

UQ Business School has established the international consultancies as part of the 2015 Wharton Global Consulting Practicum, and will be working with a fashion boutique, an earth-moving machinery supplier and a sporting body.

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Through the practicum, UQ Business students form international consulting teams with students from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, to complete a “real life” US market entry or expansion project for an Australian company.

UQ MBA director Dr Sarah Kelly said the practicum had been running for 37 years at Wharton and for five years at UQ.

“It provides great value for the clients, and represents a significant opportunity for Australian businesses and the economy,” Dr Kelly said.

“The students all bring a plethora of skills and knowledge, currently working in leading companies such as Suncorp, Ernst & Young, Rio Tinto, Google, Morgan Stanley and Bain & Co.

“The diversity and experience of the team members, along with the extensive consulting and business experience of the mentors and academics, has led to the successful completion of many projects.”

The teams are mentored by a mix of alumni, academics and previous clients of the GCP program, from UQ Business School and Wharton.

UQ MBA student, Henry Anning said the practicum was “an amazing opportunity” to gain experience with real-life, influential clients.

“Working on a complex project as part of a large, inter-continental and diverse team has been a highlight of my MBA studies,” Mr Anning said.

“The complexity, uncertainty and challenge of this project develops communication, management and execution skills that are critical to business success,” he said.

Dr Kelly said UQ was honoured to be Australia’s only MBA program offering this type of international, applied learning experience.

Lorna Jane, OneSteel, Ludowici, Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators Council, and The Australian Baseball League are some of the companies that have developed successful expansion and US market entry strategies through the UQ-Wharton practicum in the past five years.

UQ Business School MBA students also will soon have the opportunity to collaborate with MBA students from Fudan University in China on expansion projects for Australian companies looking to grow into the Chinese market.

About the UQ MBA

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a Masters-level general business degree which will equip you with the sophisticated skills and knowledge required to become a successful business leader.

UQ Business School’s MBA program is ranked as one of the leading MBAs worldwide and number one in the Asia Pacific region. Its unique features help to set it apart from other MBA programs and provide added value to students.

While all MBA programs aim to develop leadership skills, UQ Business School’s Leadership Capability Framework provides visible evidence of your progress. There is also the chance to put your leadership skills into practice while working with community organisations, to collaborate with the renowned Wharton School on an international consultancy project, and to explore new markets on an MBA immersion tour.

UQ Business School’s reputation for research and its strong links with industry ensure fresh and relevant content, while the flexible study options allow you to fit in your learning alongside lifestyle and work commitments.

Degree: Master of Business Administration
Duration: 1 year
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester Intake: January
Application Deadline: October 31 each year

Entry requirements

Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree with a 4.5 GPA on a 7-point scale, have at least four years of relevant full-time work experience (or equivalent) gained while working in a dedicated supervisory or management role, (approved by the executive dean) and a 550 GMAT score or above.

As well, applicants are required to submit a detailed resume listing experience and two written references, one of which must be work related. Please note: A student may be required to pass a qualifying examination in basic computing, written communication and basic mathematics and statistics before enrolment is approved.

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Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

UQ Business School marketing expert receives distinguished award

UQ Business School Associate Professor of Marketing Frank Alpert has been awarded the 2014 Pearson Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy (ANZMAC) Distinguished Educator Award.

The award announcement was made by the President of ANZMAC, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, at the 2014 ANZMAC annual conference Gala Dinner on Dec. 3.

This award is the top accolade for teaching in marketing in a higher education institution in Australia and New Zealand.

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Professor Alpert is also the first person to have won both the ANZMAC Distinguished Educator Award and the ANZMAC Distinguished Researcher Award, which he received in 1999.

Professor Alpert was thrilled to receive the top award for marketing educators.

“To me it meant external recognition and validation for the all the time I put in to give students the best education possible.

“Also, I felt that this makes an important symbolic statement that academics can be ‘balanced academics’, seeking excellence in both teaching and research, and not necessarily being specialised more in one or the other,” he said.

The judges of the Pearson ANZMAC awards commended Professor Alpert for demonstrating a strong intent to be a transformational teacher, proactively challenging and changing his students’ way of thinking.

“His teaching approach is innovative, relevant, scholarly, and learner focused. In particular, he has focused on improving the live-lecture experience through the innovative use of technologies. Frank has published numerous journal and conference papers in the area of learning and teaching. His work has been recognised through several teaching awards, and a UQ Learning Innovation and Teaching Fellowship,” they said.

The concept of the award for excellence in teaching was developed in 2002 by Pearson Australia and ANZMAC as a means of recognition and reward for outstanding marketing educators.

Professor Alpert was selected for the prestigious award based of his influential and inspiring approach to learning and teaching, his development of curricula, his approach to assessment, and the support he provides students.

Why study the Master of Business at UQ Business School?

The Master of Business is designed for people aspiring to management roles, for current managers seeking formal qualifications and for those changing career direction. This program will help you to further develop your business skills, build specialist knowledge within your chosen area and accelerate your career.

The Master of Business program offers two different entry points depending on your previous studies. The Master (1.5 years) is designed for those graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in the same discipline. The Master (2 years) includes the core fundamentals of general management for those graduates with a Bachelor’s degree from any discipline. Both Masters provide an opportunity for two fields of study or additional research electives (which may provide a pathway to research higher degree programs). Each specialised field of study will equip you with the relevant knowledge to jump start or advance your chosen profession.

You can choose to specialise in the areas of entrepreneurship, human resource management, international business, marketing, public sector management or sustainability.

The marketing of any business, whether profit or non-profit, is critical to its success. This field focuses on the key strategies, skills and tools required for effective marketing in today’s global world. Students develop critical skills and knowledge in areas of brand management, awareness and loyalty; consumer behaviour and purchasing decisions; the synthesis of information; public relations writing; and teamwork.

Program: Master of Business
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: July and February
Duration: 1.5 years
Application deadlines: November 30 for February intake; May 31 for July intake

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Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

UQ MBA program leaders gain national recognition

The UQ Business School Master of Business Administration (MBA) program has been praised for teaching excellence at the 2014 Australian Awards for University Teaching in Canberra.

The program, led by Professor Polly Parker, received an award for Programs that Enhance Learning in the Postgraduate Education category.

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This award, which recognises quality teaching practice and outstanding contributions to student learning, was presented by Senator the Hon Ryan Scott on behalf of the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Education.

Academic team members who also contributed to the program’s success included, Professor Fiona Rohde, Associate Professor John Steen, Associate Professor Neil Paulsen and Dr Timothy Kastelle.

Professor Polly Parker said that this recognition reflects the ongoing commitment of all academic and professional staff who contribute so positively to UQ Business School’s flagship MBA program.

“The national teaching award for the postgraduate program that enhances learning also recognises the redesign of an innovative MBA program that was first delivered in 2008, providing a strong foundation upon which quality and reputation continue to build.”

This is another accolade for the UQ Business School MBA program, which has also been ranked as one of the leading MBAs worldwide and number one in the Asia Pacific region by The Economist.

Dean of UQ Business School Professor Andrew Griffiths said that this award is further validation of both the calibre of our program and the expertise and talents of our staff.

“This is a fitting accolade for the tireless work that these individuals have undertaken to ensure the ongoing development and delivery of the MBA program. We are all very proud to see our program and teaching staff go from strength to strength,” he said.

About UQ Business School

The UQ Business School is independently ranked as one of the top business schools in Australia and among the leading institutions worldwide. Based in Brisbane, it brings together more than 130 subject experts with over 7,500 students and offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs and executive education across the range of business disciplines.

UQ Business School is renowned internationally for the quality of its research and also provides contract research and consultancy services to organizations throughout the world. The teaching – research – consultancy loop is central to its success, ensuring that the school maintains its position at the forefront of academic knowledge while staying closely attuned to modern business requirements.

  • UQ Business School was the first in Australia to meet the standards of the world’s two most influential accrediting bodies—the US-based AACSB International and Europe’s EQUIS.
  • Its MBA program has been ranked number 1 in Australia and Asia Pacific by The Economist, identifying it as the leading MBA outside of Europe and North America.
  • Has been ranked in the world’s top 50 universities for executive education by the Financial Times.
  • The UQ MBA course has been awarded the highest possible rating of five stars for eight years running by Australia’s most influential rating body, the GMAA.
  • The school was classed as above world standard in its six major fields of business research in the Australian government’s ERA assessment.

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Thursday, December 11th, 2014

UQ Business School’s international accreditation renewed

The University of Queensland Business School has again been confirmed as an elite global business school by international accrediting organisation the EQUIS Awarding Body.

The school has earned the prestigious EQUIS accreditation for five years, the longest duration possible.

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UQ Business School Dean Professor Andrew Griffiths said the accreditation confirmed that the school was continuing to maintain high educational standards on the international stage.

“We have been accredited twice by EQUIS in the past, first in 2004 and again in 2009,” he said.

“This third renewal of our accreditation is further proof that UQ Business School is continuing to deliver the highest level of education to our students, and in turn providing an exceptional quality of graduates,” he said.

The EQUIS accreditation is a quality improvement system implemented by the EQUIS Awarding Body to raise the standard of management education worldwide.

EQUIS accreditation is recognised internationally.

About UQ Business School

The University of Queensland Business School is independently ranked as one of the top business schools in Australia and among the leading institutions worldwide. Based in Brisbane, it brings together more than 130 subject experts with over 7,500 students and offers undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs and executive education across the range of business disciplines.

UQ Business School is renowned internationally for the quality of its research and also provides contract research and consultancy services to organizations throughout the world. The teaching – research – consultancy loop is central to its success, ensuring that the school maintains its position at the forefront of academic knowledge while staying closely attuned to modern business requirements.

Popular University of Queensland Postgraduate Business Degrees

  • Master of Agribusiness
  • Master of Business
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Business Economics
  • Master of Commerce
  • Master of Economics and Public Policy
  • Master of Global Management
  • Master of Health Economics
  • Master of International Economics and Finance
  • Master of Project Management
  • Master of Property Studies
  • Master of Tourism, Hotel and Event Management
  • Master of Tourism Leadership

*Plus, Graduate Diplomas and Graduate Certificates are available in most of the above master’s program areas.

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Monday, September 15th, 2014

UQ Business School student at the World Tourism Forum

UQ Business School graduate Maria Golubovskaya was invited to participate in the World Tourism Forum Lucerne (WTFL) Talent Boost, held in Shanghai, China this year.

The World Tourism Forum Lucerne is a global platform for the best young talents who are dedicated to designing new strategies and creating a shared vision for the future of tourism.

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It selects the highest achieving young scholars from universities across the globe and brings them together to meet global leaders of hospitality and tourism. There they are given the opportunity to voice their views on the major issues and challenges facing the tourism industry.

Maria was invited to China as a result of having received first place in the Young Talent Awards at Switzerland’s prestigious World Tourism Forum in 2013. As a guest speaker, she provided insight on building a career in hospitality from the perspective of Gen Y.

Tourism graduate Maria said that students are lucky to have the World Tourism Forum platform as it devotes great attention to young talent management.

“It provides you with rare and unique opportunities to meet the tourism global leaders, representatives of academia and government. Students get to talk on equal terms, develop networks and are recognised, initialising a long-term relationship with global leaders,” she said.

The University of Queensland has been an academic partner of the World Tourism Forum Lucerne since 2011, with UQ Tourism students having represented two of the wight finalists at both the 2011 and 2013 events. On both occasions the students were awarded first and second prize in the young talents scheme.

UQ Tourism’s WTFL Coordinator Dr Gabby Walters is currently preparing 13 students for the 2015 event at which she hopes to continue showcasing the talented graduates from UQ Business School’s tourism program.

“Over the past two forums our student finalists have been showcased at the forum as future global tourism leaders. Students not only attend the event but are given the opportunity to share their ideologies about the future of the tourism and hospitality industry with global tourism leaders—the opportunities and employment prospects for our finalists are endless,” she said.

UQ School of Tourism

Since its inception in 1972, the school has attracted international recognition for the quality of its programs and commitment to tourism education. The quality and vibrancy of the school’s academic and research staff also contributes significantly to the school’s competitive edge.

The UQ School of Tourism offers an extensive range of programs and courses covering undergraduate, postgraduate and research study. These programs and courses are professionally-oriented and academically rigorous and aimed at meeting the needs of students seeking rewarding careers in areas such as tourism, hotel, leisure and event management. Two popular programs:

  • Master of Tourism, Hotel and Event Management
  • Master of Tourism Leadership

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