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The program connects you and a group of other new students in similar or the same studies with a student mentor. In Orientation Week, your mentors will introduce themselves to you, organise a group meet up, and help you out during the first six weeks of uni. Like you, your mentor is also a UQ student but they've been here a bit longer, so they have all the inside tips that you need!
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The Industry Mentoring program is an exciting initiative that connects engineering, architecture and information technology students in their final years of study, with graduates of more than five years and industry, in the engineering, architecture and information technology sectors.

The program aims to connect students with established alumni or industry professionals to motivate, encourage, empower and transform the next generation of professionals entering the industry.
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Study Bubbles is a community led program designed to connect current students unable to travel to Australia due to border closures with the UQ community that live in their city or with students from their hometown that are on-campus.
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Join the Virtual Village to connect, catch-up and create a community with like-minded students all over the world. What you get out of it is entirely driven by you. You can find and connect one on one with villagers in your faculty, year level or city. As well as start or join interest groups about something you love doing. Once you are a part of a group everyone can chat and create catch-ups online.
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Language Exchange supports cross-cultural connection through the sharing of language. Students self-match into partnerships to share their fluent language and learn a language of interest through casual conversations.
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This program connects students from The University of Queensland who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander with industry mentors (i.e. external people in businesses, government and startups) who can act as professional mentors.

Mentor eligibility: Professionals, Industry & UQ Alumni
Mentee eligibility: Final year undergraduate students, honours students and all postgraduate students.
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The UQ MBA Mentoring program is designed to foster relationships between MBA alumni, students and Industry at both national and international, increase awareness and understanding of mentees of the industry/s in which they are seeking guidance, career direction, planning, transition, employment. This program provides a high level of regular engagement between Mentees and Mentors within the MBA community.
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The Dentistry student experience is more than just that courses you complete. It's also about the people you meet and the connections you make! The Dentistry Peer Mentoring Program was created as a student-staff partnership project, to provide a connection and support tool to help new Dentistry students successfully navigate through their first few weeks. From 2022, all commencing BDSc (Hons) students will be automatically connected to a Peer Mentor (a senior Dentistry student). Peer Mentors will introduce new students to a group of fellow first year students and facilitate group mentoring catch-ups on and/or off campus.
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This program has two streams:

1. Bachelor of Pharmacy 1st Year Peer Mentoring
This stream matches 1st-year and 1st-semester Pharmacy students with later year students as mentors. Mentors provide advice and guidance to new students during their first semester and facilitate events to help 1st-year students settle into life at UQ. This program welcomes new students to UQ and builds a supportive community within the school.

2. Pharmaceutical Industry Practice Mentoring Program (PIPals)
This program matches new MPIP and GCPIP students with later year MPIP students and recent MPIP graduates as mentors. This program focuses on professional mentoring, mentors provide support to mentees as they prepare for and commence placements. Mentors are there to support their mentees on their student and professional journeys.

Both streams focus on building a supportive community within the School of Pharmacy and beyond.

Mentor eligibility: Second-year MPIP student or recent graduate of the MPIP program and currently working in a pharmacy setting.

Mentee eligibility: New MPIP and GCPIP students.
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Form a professional connection with an early career pharmacist and recent graduate of the UQ ITP as you navigate through your intern year.
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The Professional Futures Peer Mentoring Program supports health and sports science first year students in the School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences (HMNS) and the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) through their transition to university, academic adjustment and preparation for placements and career.
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The HASS Connect Mentoring Program brings you together with industry professionals from many diverse careers. Work with your mentor to explore your career pathways and get practical advice on how you can start living it.
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Science Connect is a career mentoring program that connects Faculty of Science students with UQ’s community of alumni and professionals in the sciences.

For students, it’s an opportunity to seek guidance, gain a new perspective and learn new skills to enhance their employability, navigate their upcoming transition from study to work, and kick-start a rewarding career in the sciences and beyond.

Becoming a mentor is a rewarding experience that allows UQ alumni and science professionals to enhance their leadership skills whilst obtaining a sense of satisfaction knowing that you’ve helped someone grow and realise their potential.
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The BEL Career Mentoring Program (CMP) connects highly motivated students from the University of Queensland’s Faculty of Business, Economics and Law with experienced industry professionals.

The program runs twice a year (aligned with UQ's semesters) and is highly flexible giving mentors and mentees the freedom to schedule meetings both during each UQ semester and associated holidays (i.e. Sem 1: Feb - Jul & Sem 2: Jul - Feb)
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The UQ MD Personal Advisor Network (PAN) is a critical component of the Medical Student Aspirations and Support Strategy 2021-2023, which enables our medical students to connect with a senior colleague as they enter and progress through the Medicine Program. This initiative provides targeted and individualised support for medical students and fosters a spirit of community and connectedness.
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The UQ HDR Career Development Mentoring Program focuses on higher degree by research (HDR) candidates' broad professional and career development by pairing them with respected professionals working in a variety of economic and societal sectors both within and outside of academia.
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The Peer to Peer Mentoring Program supports first year students in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work (NMSW) through their transition to university, academic adjustment and preparation for placements and career.

A mentor is a guide. A friend. A resource who paves the way to success, and derives satisfaction from helping others succeed. A mentor's role is to inspire, encourage, and support your first year students, and to contribute to their professional and personal development.

The NMSW Peer to Peer Mentoring Program is a semester-long program. Mentoring will occur in groups, with a small group of first year students matched with two peer mentors. Wherever possible, peer mentors and first year students are matched by their study program to ensure relatability and relevance.
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