Real-world experience

'I recently returned from completing the START MIT program with QUT Entrepreneurship. Aside from getting a once-in-a-lifetime chance to visit MIT, I was able to experience a surprisingly different culture and environment, meet and network with people within different industries, and learn valuable entrepreneurship skills from a number of incredible venture capitalists and founders I would never have had the opportunity to meet on my own.'

Vivi Tran

Hands-on learning

'Over the course of my studies, I had the opportunity to attend an internship and interview multiple businesses to help them develop business strategies all as a part of my studies. Through these hands on, real-world experiences, I learned so many valuable experiences and skills and felt ready to take on the workplace before I even graduated.'

Amber Chieng

Real-world lecturers

Dr Bernd Irmer is a senior lecturer in management with more than 20 years of experience providing strategic advice across areas of workforce planning and measurement, employee engagement, as well as organisational strategy and development. He has extensive experience delivering strategic, evidence-based, and fit-for purpose solutions for a wide range of organisational and human resource issues for global and national clients such as Starbucks, The Gap Group, ING, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and the State Library of Queensland.

Dr Irmer’s current research focuses on improving employee wellbeing and productivity. His teaching will empower you to effectively implement management policies and procedures, giving you a range of real-world skills for your future career.

Career outcomes

  • Administrator
  • Business development officer
  • Consultant
  • Government officer
  • Manager
  • Operations manager
  • Project manager