UQ Chinese students Julie Wu, Jonnie Wang, Yolanda Li and Stephanie Tan

The huge growth in Chinese tourism to Australia is proving a boon not only to the economy, but also to Chinese UQ students, who are in demand as translators at a luxury island resort off Brisbane’s coast.

2 December 2011

Employee exchange programs, interpersonal training and wellness programs are the key to enhancing employee engagement, according to students at The University of Queensland.

15 November 2011

The Qantas grounding that saw 98,000 passengers disrupted and 108 aircrafts immobilised is having a negative impact on an already struggling Australian tourism industry, according to an expert from The University of Queensland.

3 November 2011

UQ research has shown that a new court model is restoring faith in the justice system for vulnerable defendants, including the homeless and those suffering from mental health difficulties.

7 October 2011

The University of Queensland Business School has been awarded a 5 star rating by Australia's most influential rating body, the GMAA (Graduate Management Association of Australia), for the seventh year in a row. It is one of only two business schools...

30 September 2011

Law students enjoyed a rare chance to learn from the experiences of former High Court Judge the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG at a special lecture at The University of Queensland this week.

30 September 2011

A user-friendly web tool to simplify the process of combing through millions of international patents has been named a finalist in The University of Queensland Business School Enterprize business plan competition.

27 September 2011

A system that offers water utilities a cheaper way to get rid of sewer odours and stop the corrosion that can lead to sewers collapsing and causing sinkholes, is one of the innovative business concepts in the running to win $100,000 in The...

15 September 2011

Innovative technology developed by a finalist in The University of Queensland Business School’s $100,000 Enterprize business competition could see hydrogen, an essential energy source for industry, commercially produced in a cleaner, greener, yet...

12 September 2011

The innovators behind commercialising a world-first drug to slow cataract growth and to delay cataracts forming, have been named as one of five finalists in The University of Queensland (UQ) Business School’s $100,000 Enterprize business plan...

5 September 2011

Australian entrepreneurs behind a drug to slow down the formation of cataracts, a tool for faster patent searches, and a new way to prevent corrosion and odours in our sewerage systems, are among the five finalists for UQ Business School Enterprize...

16 August 2011
Family tradition: Elizabeth Mathews shares her graduation day joy with her parents Peter and Robyn-Ann and her brother James, who are all UQ alumni.

What began as a blind game of chance has turned into a dedication to helping people understand the complexities of refugee and asylum laws.

20 July 2011
UQ law academic, Paul O’Shea’s, research into disclosure statements was incorporated into the National Consumer Credit Protection Amendment (Home Loans and Credit Cards) Bill 2011.

Research conducted by The University of Queensland’s (UQ) TC Beirne School of Law was used to support new consumer credit protection legislation passed by the Senate yesterday.

5 July 2011

The University of Queensland's TC Beirne School of Law has again joined forces with leading law firm Minter Ellison to present its first intensive Corporate Takeovers course.

17 June 2011
A UQ research project aims to understand the ANZAC spirit in the 21st century

People who have an interest in the ANZAC tradition including those who have made a pilgrimage to Gallipoli are invited to take part in a new UQ research project.

6 June 2011

The race is on for innovative Australians with a great start-up idea to win 100,000 dollars by entering the nation’s richest business competition.

2 June 2011

BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU PAY FOR is a new public awareness campaign, to be launched on Wednesday, June 1, designed to raise awareness about the reality of human trafficking in Australia.

30 May 2011

A new University of Queensland study has found evidence of widespread altruism in Australian society through a study of driving behaviour in Brisbane, Australia.

22 April 2011

UQ Business School has joined with the world’s elite business schools in becoming a member of the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC).

1 April 2011

The recent earthquake which has devastated Japan could also have serious consequences for Australia’s energy exports to the region, according to UQ economist Dr Liam Wagner.

15 March 2011