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How we connect with industry

Adjunct Professors

Our adjunct professors play a vital role in keeping UTS Business School’s programs up-to-date and relevant. 

Highly regarded professionals in their fields, they come to the Business School to conduct guest lectures, to act as mentors,  and to advise on course content, as well as becoming involved in competitions, consulting and other activities. For a list of UTS Business School’s adjunct staff, see our Adjunct Staff page.

Alumni

The Business School has about 60,000 alumni actively engaged with the university community. Our alumni are talented professionals, business leaders and entrepreneurs who can be found working in every corner of the globe.

Alumni contribute to the continuing excellence of UTS Business School through mentoring programs, guest lectures, industry projects and generous donations for scholarships and prizes. To find out more about our alumni network, visit UTS: Alumni.

Advisory Board

Members of the Business School Advisory Board – some of whom are UTS alumni – come from the top echelons of business and represent sectors as diverse as financial services, management consulting, technology and the arts.

The board helps set strategic direction and provides insight into the needs of our external partners in industry, government and the wider community. For more, see our Advisory Board page.


See also: Accreditation
 

Business Practice Unit

Business Practice Unit brings academic rigour and applied learning to business practice. As an integral part of UTS Business School, we strive to engage industry through customised offerings that are relevant to the evolving business landscape. Our approach is Agile. Adaptive. Applied.

DELIVER RELEVANT EXECUTIVE EDUCATION
Supply UTS Business School’s ‘smart capital’ to programs that build capabilities including business excellence, design-led innovation and employee resilience.

ENGAGE UTS BUSINESS SCHOOL WITH INDUSTRY
Advocate and support UTS staff and students to foster collaborative industry relationships that further research opportunities and solve complex business problems.

PROVIDE APPLIED LEARNING PROGRAMS
Embed experiential education into postgraduate studies to develop future business leaders that apply academic rigour to relevant business practices.

CULTIVATE AN ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE
Share the innovative achievements of UTS, and support entrepreneurs with university resources that build a thriving start up community.