Welcome to the Business Network, a resource and information hub for business education and research at the University of Tasmania.
Use the Business Network to help develop your workforce, find talent, access free business resources and networking opportunities, and stay connected through our newsletter. The Network aims to bring the University and the business community closer together and help shape the future of business education in Tasmania.
The Network connects you with the people and the expertise you need to support your organisation
Showcase your organisation to prospective employees and read about student success stories in the Network newsletter
Access resources and services to develop your organisation and your workforce
The Network can help you or your organisation find the right talent. Perhaps you are looking for a student intern to assist with a short-term project or problem through our Corporate Internship Program? Or perhaps you are looking to hire a student or recent graduate? Maybe you need to verify if an applicant or staff member does in fact have a UTAS qualification. Or you’d like expert advice from one of our talented academic team. The Network can connect you with the right people to help you achieve your objectives.
How can we help? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. For student and graduate recruitment please contact Penny Stringer at Leap.Connect@utas.edu.au or 0409 803 582, or go to Career Connect to register and post a job.
Develop your workforce
We can help you to develop your workforce. Whether you need to develop skills quickly through a short course or invest in postgraduate study, we can help you keep pace with the world around you.
Contact us about your workforce development needs email@example.com
Free business resources
We’re delighted to offer a wide range of free and contemporary business and economics resources, including white papers, webinar recordings, access to curated journal articles and networking opportunities. We even run a free Tax Clinic for the general public and small businesses who don’t already have an agent appointed.
What else would be useful? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
About business education at the University of Tasmania
We offer business study options from short courses to PhDs at the University of Tasmania. Follow the links to find out more about the type of business study you’re interested in
Our short courses, workshops and open online programs give you opportunities for personal and professional development, without the commitment of long-term study.…
Our degrees offer practical, hands-on learning that gives you a real competitive edge. Find your perfect course today.…
We offer study options in the following areas.
Our business school teaches online and in locations across Tasmania, Australia and the world.
Help shape business education
We understand that business education doesn’t just happen in a classroom, and we are always looking for new ways to give our students the hands-on experience and skills they need to be job-ready.
Can you help us shape the future of business education? We’re always after:
- Guest speakers for workshops or masterclasses
- Stories from Tasmanian organisations to showcase in workshops
- Student site visits to your organisation
- Corporate intern placements
If you can help, get in touch at email@example.com or contact the relevant study area lead directly.
Leanne Morrison firstname.lastname@example.org
Rakesh Pandey email@example.com
Stephen Ives firstname.lastname@example.org
Alistair Chong email@example.com
- Business Administration:
Terri Simpkin firstname.lastname@example.org
Mala Raghavan email@example.com
- Finance/Financial Planning:
Dan Daugaard firstname.lastname@example.org
- Health Management:
Melanie Lauva email@example.com
Megan Woods firstname.lastname@example.org
Denni Arli email@example.com
Update your alumni details
If you are a graduate of the University of Tasmania you can stay connected and receive alumni news and opportunities by filling in the Alumni contact details form. Or if you are looking to give back you can sign up to volunteer your time. You can also browse the range of benefits provided to our Alumni.
Corporate internship spotlight: Incat
While studying an economics degree at the University of Tasmania, Alec realised that this wasn’t where his interests lay. Instead, his future was in human resource management. He had the opportunity through the Corporate Internship Program to intern at Incat with their HR team.
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Industry Advisory Board
The Tasmanian School of Business and Economics works with an Industry Advisory Board to gather feedback on our teaching, graduate skill requirements and research that matters to the business community. Current Board members are:
- Kim Seagram, Chair (fermentasmania)
- Brad Hilder (SRT Logistics)
- Daniel Leesong (Coal River Farm)
- Daniel Hanna (Federal Group)
- Mike Brindley (Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing & Energy Council)
- Bob Ruddick (Ruddicks Chartered Accountants)
- Gina Gunn (CPA Australia)
- Carol Harding (Fearless Problem-Solving)
- Vicki Mackrill (Launceston College)