University of Queensland Business Association

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The University of Queensland Business Association Inc.
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Full name The University of Queensland Business Association Inc.
Native name UQBA
Founded 2011 (through mergers and rebranding of organisations founded in 2000)
Members 2500 (2016)
Affiliation University of Queensland, UQU
Key people Sabrina Schreiber (President), Nathan Bleakley (Vice President), Callum Dunstan (Vice President)
Office location Level 1, Colin Clark Building (Building 39)
Country Australia
Website http://www.uqba.org.au

The University of Queensland Business Association Inc. (UQBA) is an organisation established to facilitate the professional development of the students of the University of Queensland. UQBA works with the University of Queensland Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, as well as several industry partners including Boston Consulting Group, CPA Australia, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, and PwC.[1]

Membership[edit]

UQBA represents over 2,000 student members across two University of Queensland campuses, resulting in it being one of the largest professionally based student organisations in Queensland. Commerce, Economics, Business and Law students form the majority of UQBA members. Common majors studied by members include Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Advertising, Information Systems and International Business.

Presidents of the UQ Business Association[edit]

Year President
2008 Andrew Yee
2009 Chris Cardell
2010 Matthew Strawson
2011 Colin Finke
2012 Victoria Sing
2013 Sambit Mishra
2014 Thomas O'Connor
2015 Vihan Muthanna
2016 Nazlee Atmeh
2017 Sabrina Schreiber

Vice Presidents[edit]

Year VP Corporate Relations VP Events & Operations
2012 Rhys Bell Carol Francisco
2013 Antonia Zou Thomas O'Connor
2014 Jaya Prasad Mitty Gunawardana
2015 Stuart Doig Nazlee Atmeh
2016 Mitchell Reinke Monty Quaife-Ryan
2017 Callum Dunstan Nathan Bleakley

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References[edit]

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