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One of UQ’s global entrepreneurship programs, the China Mobility Program, provides 10 students the opportunity to undertake a fully-supported internship with technology startups in China.

How does it fit in the Student Strategy?

Initiatives 4 + 5: Idea Acceleration + Global extension experiences

What's in it for students? An opportunity to take your entrepreneurship and problem solving skills to China 


The China Mobility Program is managed by the team at UQ Idea Hub. This pre-incubator provides a nurturing space for students to network and build their business ideas.​    

Overview

UQ Idea Hub offers students the opportunity to spend four weeks embedded within some of Shanghai’s best technology startups, learning about China’s startup ecosystem and working directly with business founders to understand the process of developing an idea into a business venture, then investing in and growing an early stage business in China.

Global experiences result in Uber graduate position

Clifton Hodgkinson says spending time in China was one of the best experiences of his Uni degree, and it landed him his dream grad job at Uber.

Passion for problem-solving leads to Shanghai


If you’ve got a passion for problem solving you might just end up in Shanghai like Business Management student Dave Cole. He documents his experience of the China Mobility Program via UQ’s Small Change Blog.

 

Get involved

For Students

  • If you have a business idea or are interested in applying for the China Mobility Program check out the UQ Idea Hub website.