Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Business School

QUT is home to the first Australian business school to achieve triple-crown accreditation from the world's leading business accrediting bodies (EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA). These accreditations are held by less than one per cent of business schools worldwide and provide real evidence that we deliver the highest-quality international standards of business education.

QUT Business School programs are professionally focused, innovative and collaborative - preparing you for professional life with a strong combination of theory and practice. We have strong connections around the world, ensuring you gain a real international perspective throughout your study. Our extensive links with industry and professional bodies ensure programs are practical and relevant - meeting the needs of both students and employers.

What QUT Business School offers you:

  • global recognition of your degree
  • flexible course choices and business connections that will enable you to develop your abilities to best suit your career goals
  • opportunities to study overseas as part of your QUT degree - choose from over 150 partner universities in 30 countries
  • a chance to test your abilities and compete with other universities around the world - in 2011-2012, QUT students won more international undergraduate business case competitions than any other university in the world.

Triple Crown Scholarship

In recognition of our triple international accreditation, this scholarship acknowledges international students with excellent academic performance. Triple Crown Scholars will receive a 25 per cent scholarship for all course fees, provided a minimum GPA is maintained throughout the course of study.

No separate application is required. If eligibility requirements are met, you will automatically be offered the scholarship.

For more information, see www.qut.edu.au/business/courses-andstudy/scholarships.

Business Advantage Program

Enrich your studies and expand your professional networks by participating in a series of free professional development modules. Moderated by industry professionals, these modules cover topics such as career planning, public speaking, leadership, teamwork and community engagement.


View all Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Business School courses

The QUT Business School offers undergraduate, postgraduate and pathway degree programs that combine theory and practice, equipping you to enter the workplace with confidence.

Majors include:

  • accounting
  • advertising
  • economics
  • finance
  • human resources
  • management
  • integrated marketing communication
  • international business
  • management
  • marketing
  • philanthropy and non-profit studies
  • public relations.

International double masters

With QUT Business School you can combine study and travel, and gain a masters degree from QUT and another internationally recognised university at the same time.

QUT Business School currently has partnerships with the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics in the Netherlands and EDHEC Business School in France. Using exchange study, you complete part of your degree at QUT and part of your degree at one of these leading institutions. For more information, see www.qut.edu.au/business/courses-andstudy/global-opportunities.

Research

In 2012, QUT was one of a select group of eight Australian universities whose business and economics research was consistently rated at world standard or above*. Our success in acquiring national competitive grants is a mark of the quality of our academic staff and the rigour of our research. Through the Australian Research Council's (ARC) National Competitive Grants Program alone, we have secured funding of more than AUD$2 million in the last three years to support our research.

*Eight universities achieved a score of three or above across all of the four-digit discipline codes (FOR14 Economics and FOR15 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services) for which they were evaluated in the federal government's 2012 Excellence in Research for Australia initiative.

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