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Top 100 business courses

QUT Business School is ranked in the top 100 in the business and economics subjects category in the 2019 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

Source: Times Higher Education

Graduate employment success

90% of our business graduates were employed four months after graduation.

Source: Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching

Triple crown accreditation

We’re Australia’s first business school with triple crown international accreditation.

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Research

Our engaged researchers make a real-world difference and create innovative solutions in the business of technology.

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Future enterprise

QUT’s new Centre for Future Enterprise envisions and tests future enterprises focusing on research themes entrepreneurship, digital, social-purpose and robust.

Businesses of the future

Engage

Engage with us for innovative networking and partnership opportunities to elevate your career and business.

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QUT foundry

We're committed to fostering an entrepreneurial community with our students, alumni and staff. QUT foundry provides a collaborative space for new ideas and innovation.

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Insights

Thought leadership, research outcomes and stories from our experts, leaders and partners.

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Creative professional development

Why workplaces need to be more accepting of professional development requests that are not perfectly aligned with an employee’s current day-to-day business.

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About QUT Business School

About us

As a triple crown accredited business school, we have a proven track record in providing real-world and high impact teaching, research and community engagement.

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Immersion programs

We're enhancing local entrepreneurship and digital leadership capabilities by delivering immersive experiences for our MBA students, academic staff and entrepreneurial-minded community.

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Upcoming events

3 June - 2 December

QUT Entrepreneurship Open Pitch Night - Online

Come pitch your business or social enterprise to a virtual audience at our online event held on the first Wednesday of the month. From the comfort of your own home, join us for an opportunity to have your idea heard, get feedback and put an ask out the broader community in an encouraging and inclusive environment.  

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4 June

What is behavioural economics and how do I learn about it?

Behavioural economics combines insights from economics and psychology to tackle real world challenges. The QUT Graduate Certificate in Business (Behavioural Economics) is particularly suited to people looking to advance their career as economists, policy makers, business analysts and risk managers, in occupations such as communications, marketing, business development and management, and many other related fields.

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9 June

Online QUT Business Leaders' Forum with Tim Reed

Tim Reed is one of Australia’s most respected and dynamic business leaders. In November 2019, he was appointed President of the Business Council of Australia (BCA), one of the nation’s most influential policy and advocacy bodies.

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18 June

Join us for the online MBA primer

At our free online event, you’ll explore how to become a more confident leader by communicating with influence, facilitated by our globally experienced facilitator and executive coach, Aubrey Warren. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet our MBA director, Associate Professor Glen Murphy.

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25 June

QUTeX Real World Futures: Artificial Intelligence and the Smart City

Artificial Intelligence and The Smart City: In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has started to manifest itself at an unprecedented pace. With rapidly increasing sophisticated capabilities, AI is aiding the goal of transforming cities into smarter ones. But are we prepared?

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25 June

Join us again in 2020 for the Community of Practice: Tea & Buns

Tea & Buns aims to create an opportunity for those working in nonprofit and social innovation to learn from each other, discuss the latest research and how we might apply research to our work. The webinar is online, free and gives you access to a vibrant network of like-minded people, including researchers at QUT.

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