FedUni Brisbane unveils Business program

Posted: Wednesday 10 April 2019

The creators of the next software giant or social media leader may well come from Federation University Australia’s Brisbane Campus. 

In another step in the expansion of the campus, a new Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) program has been announced.

Launched in partnership with River City Labs (RCL), the new program will allow our students to study seamlessly between the classroom and the lucrative start-up world. 

The partnership between the University and River City Labs will greatly increase the learning and networking opportunities of our new Bachelor of Business (Entrepreneurship) students.

The new program is another milestone in the development of the Brisbane Campus. This year will see 500 students studying at the city-based campus. Undergraduate and postgraduate programs across business, commerce and information technology are now offered from the site.

Picture: FedUni Brisbane campus students

Quotes attributable to Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Helen Bartlett:

 “Through this new program, Federation University Brisbane students will have the opportunity to work with River City Labs and a variety of different startups to find solutions to real business challenges through their course. “

Quotes attributable to Executive Director, Brisbane Campus, Alex Elibank Murray:

“The program is an important development in recognising the entrepreneurial outlook required for future job market skills and to embed concepts of creativity within an academic framework.” 

 “We look forward to tomorrow’s entrepreneurs and innovators gaining valuable knowledge and experience as they study at our Brisbane campus.”

 Quotes attributable to CEO, River City Labs, Peta Ellis:

 "It is so very encouraging to see how Federation University is looking at the future of Business and Entrepreneurship and their keen interest in partnering with industry to deliver such important content and workplace immersion.”

“The relationship with River City Labs will enable the students to be exposed to real world, relevant industry knowledge and valuable contacts and mentoring which will provide them with valuable hands on experience throughout their studies.” 



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