There are many ways you can reach our students to build your brand or recruit our students to your organisation.  

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laptop with microphone icon Build your brand with a presentation

Presentations are wonderful ways to raise brand awareness and create a connection with students. They can be specific to your organisation or you can engage students by providing industry insights or an opportunity for them to develop skills. Presentations are virtual and you can manage bookings directly, or we can look after them for you.

Example virtual presentation to law students

Susannah Wilkinson from Herbert Smith Freehills interviewed by a law student, from UQ Law on Youtube.


2 people on an open hand icon Meet with interested students 1:1


Our Employers@BEL series provides a unique opportunity for BEL students to meet 1:1 with an industry representative for 15 minutes. These meetings are aimed at undergraduate students in their second year or above, or Masters students in any semester. Students can self-book an appointment and will be advised to dress to impress and come to their appointment armed with an agenda and questions. We will market the event and manage bookings, ensuring you only meet students from the relevant programs. 

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 one person to manyPartner with a student society


BEL is home to several active student clubs and societies. Partnering with student societies provides a great way to increase awareness of your organisation with highly engaged and motivated students. The student societies within the BEL faculty offer employers a variety of engagement opportunities including on campus presentations, networking events, sponsorship and advertising opportunities. View Clubs and Societies for each of our schools.

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megaphone iconAdvertise with us 


  • Paid Opportunities - If you have casual work, regular employment or vacation internships, we are happy to work with your organisation to actively promote these opportunities. The University of Queensland’s free online jobs portal, UQ CareerHub, is one of the most effective and easiest ways to advertise your employment opportunities to UQ students and graduates.

  • Unpaid Work Experience - Unpaid work experience is an opportunity for organisations to offer students industry experience that is outside of their course curriculum. In Queensland, the Education (Work Experience) Act 1996 (Qld) allows an education establishment, such as UQ, to approve unpaid work experience for its students, if the conditions of the legislation are satisfied.

  • Volunteering - If you are a not-for-profit organisation and you are looking for students to help with your business, we are happy to promote your opportunity. Volunteering is a valuable way for students to give back to the community, gain industry awareness and develop professional skills which will help them build their career profile.

Please see here for a guide on paid and unpaid opportunities.

Create an account with us on UQ CareerHub to get started. Please let us know once you have posted a role and we will promote the opportunity for you.

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candidate selection icon Work experience for early to mid-degree students

Each semester, we run the Student Work Experience Program (SWEP) which places highly motivated early to mid-degree business, economics and law students into unpaid work experience opportunities. Students compete in a recruitment process before they are considered for a work experience placement. As a host, you would provide valuable pre-professional learning experiences for 2 to 6 weeks, which can be full-time in a solid block of time or be spread over a number of weeks on a part-time basis. This short-term workforce talent can particularly suit long-term and non-business critical projects.

By participating in this program, your organisation will gain access to enthusiastic and innvovative thinkers wo can contribute new ideas and perspectives, the personal satisfaction of helping students progress their careers, insurance cover and full support from our team to answer any questions and provide guidance duing the placement.  

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staff pass icon   Final year students

If you are keen try out our most advanced undergraduate or postgraduate students in professional roles, we recommend you consider recruiting an intern or briefing in a consulting project.  Find out more about work-integrated learning

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icon of a person calling on a smart phoneGet in touch

To discuss how you can reach or recruit our students, contact our BEL Careers and Employability team.

Careers and Employability
Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
+61 7 3365 4222