This showcase session will draw together the diverse range of entrepreneurial experiences available at UQ, both in and outside of the curriculum. A description of the landscape will be followed by a panel Q&A. A moderated panel discussion, involving  a recent graduate, current student, employer, and academic representatives will highlight and draw out the impact of entrepreneurial experiences and why expanding activities has been identified as a priority for the university.


  • Hear a range of perspectives around the importance of entrepreneurial skills and mindset
  • Find out about what is available in entrepreneurship experiences at UQ
  • Initial findings from UQ’s Entrepreneurship Strategy consultation

Who should attend?

All UQ staff and students

Benefits of attending

Gain an understanding of:

  • The UQ Entrepreneurship Ecosystem
  • How the ecosystem can apply across both curricular and extra-curricular activities
  • The network of staff and students active in entrepreneurship programs across UQ
  • Be provided with an opportunity to consider how to apply entrepreneurial skills development opportunities to your own practice.

About Teaching and Learning Week 2018

The 2018 UQ Teaching and Learning Week ran from Monday 29 October to Friday 2 November 2018, focusing on a range of innovative teaching practices including:

  • blended learning
  • enterprise and innovation and
  • Students as Partners.

The 2018 program (PDF,142KB) was designed to provide staff with opportunities to network and discuss teaching and learning in contemporary contexts, and how this impacts on the student experience and outcomes. The Awards Ceremony was held at Customs House, recognising and rewarding excellence in teaching, the provision of outstanding learning environments and support services to students.

Click on each of the 2018 T&L Week sessions to access video recordings and other resources (when available).

Go to the T&L Week landing page


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