Pictured from left to right:  UQ Chancellor Peter Varghese AO, BEL SET Director Rhea Jain and UQ Provost Professor Aidan Byrne.

A University of Queensland student employability service has won a prestigious 2016 Australian Financial Review Higher Education Award.

17 November 2016
Amelia Radke

After noticing defendants fare evading and sleeping rough in order to get into the city for a court hearing, two UQ postgraduate students teamed up to do something about it.

14 November 2016
The panel addresses the audience.

A UQ Rugby benefit dinner held in New York City on Thursday night was a gathering of the ‘who’s who’ of Australian and international rugby legends.

8 November 2016
The UQ Business School MBA continues to lead the region

The University of Queensland Business School is celebrating a record five years as the leading MBA provider in Australia and the Asia-Pacific in The Economist ranking.

14 October 2016
Riara University staff and students receiving the textbooks.

A university in Kenya has more than 7000 new textbooks, thanks to University of Queensland students who refused to end their community project at the planning stage.

21 September 2016
UQ will offer six new degree programs in 2017.

The foundation degree of choice for Prime Ministers and many other political leaders will be available in Queensland for the first time next year.

19 August 2016
TCB's Wide World of Torts is set to tackle politics and pop

Law school: a hothouse of diligent students who spend sleepless nights buried in stacks of case law and towers of text books. Right?

16 August 2016
Surf Life Saving Queensland's outstanding young lifesavers

A posse of Queensland’s most outstanding young surf lifesavers has gathered at The University of Queensland.

13 July 2016

Members of the University of Queensland community have featured in the 2016 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

15 June 2016
Malcolm Broomhead

Leading Australian businessman, University of Queensland alumnus and philanthropist Mr Malcolm Broomhead this week visited UQ to share his business insights with students and present the first instalment of his $3 million gift to help establish UQ’s...

1 June 2016
The "Look at Me Now, Dad" team ... Nicole Brazier, William Randall, Edward O'Brien, and Joshua Roser.

After winning the national round of the KMPG International Case Competition, four UQ Faculty of Business, Economics and Law students have claimed runner-up position for Australia in the world finals of the prestigious competition.

15 May 2016
Zachary Fook in Birdsville, where the Simpsons Desert Challenge begins.

University of Queensland Business School alumnus and budding young entrepreneur Zachary Fook today starts a 250km trek across the Simpson Desert to raise funds for Youngcare.

29 April 2016
Professor John Quiggin

The Beattie Government’s Smart State program deserves credit for the resilience of the State’s economy and labour market despite the end of the mining boom, according to analysis by a University of Queensland economist.

21 April 2016
Malcolm Broomhead

The University of Queensland Business School will name its Chair in Finance in honour of Malcolm Broomhead, in recognition of a $3 million gift from the alumnus and leading Australian businessman.

19 April 2016
The new course has a minimum entry level of OP2 or equivalent

The University of Queensland is offering young academic stars an elite undergraduate program in finance and economics.

14 March 2016

A range of University of Queensland experts is available to comment on issues relating to the 19 March 2016 statewide local government elections.

3 March 2016

Two University of Queensland law students have been putting their skills to the test in the Malaysian state of Sabah, in Borneo, through pro bono legal work.

2 March 2016

Australia’s first university-led course on ‘offshoring’ is being offered by The University of Queensland Business School as part of a suite of professional development courses.

2 March 2016

University of Queensland graduate Abigael Mawby will move from Iran to New York to study anti-corruption law after winning a prestigious John Monash scholarship.

25 February 2016

A group of University of Queensland law students have gained insight into corruption, money laundering and human trafficking thanks to an innovative law course in Switzerland this month.

17 February 2016