Tackle some of your most important strategic challenges with 600+ hours’ worth of research and consulting delivered by a team of graduate MBA students guided by industry experts and UTS academics.
UTS Business School can help your organisation by carrying out a 12-week project for you, delivered by students from our MBA programs as part of their experiential, problem-based learning subjects.
UTS Business School experiential learning subjects are award-winning, innovative and hands-on learning opportunities for students. Guided by senior academics, experienced industry coaches and an advisory board, a team of four to six MBA students will work with you on solving the challenge you set. The outcomes they deliver to you are evidence-based and apply to your business the latest business knowledge acquired in class and in response to the demands of your specific challenge thanks to the intensive feedback and coaching by academics and industry coaches. With over 200 academics in the business school and a rich network of industry experts, our students can tap into a wealth of expertise to deliver excellent outcomes for you.
These projects provide an opportunity for you to explore new possibilities, validate and stress-test ideas, get a fresh perspective on a systemic problem and much more! Giving you access to nearly 600 hours’ worth of research and consulting time, these projects can significantly extend your capacity to tackle new issues. For our students, these projects are a great opportunity to apply newly acquired skills and gain first-hand experience in solving real-life and strategic business problems—and some of these could even be your future customers or employees.
We run experiential learning projects in three different MBA programs, giving you a chance to benefit from a range of skills and disciplines adapted to your challenge:
For organisational and corporate strategy challenges applying quantitative and analytical research, our Executive MBA students can support you through the Integrated Business Consulting subject
For new venture and strategic innovation projects, using start-up methods, design thinking and business modelling, our MBA in Entrepreneurship (MBAe) students offer help via the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Practice subject
For new concept development including delivery strategies and plans with a focus on challenges associated with new technologies and new ways of working, our Advanced MBA students will work with you through two experiential, problem-based learning subjects Challenge/Opportunity Design and Challenge/Opportunity Delivery
Find out more about each program, read case studies and learn more about the teaching teams by clicking on the links above.
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