About us


The Student Futures Team helps coursework students in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) build connections and enhance employability through collaborative partnerships.

Mission Statement

We run initiatives that enhance future opportunities for HASS coursework students, by: 

  • Facilitating opportunities to build a sense of belonging and support for HASS students
  • Creating more employability opportunities within and outside the curriculum
  • Working in partnership with and building networks among students, student societies, staff, industry and alumni


We are here to help HASS coursework students make the most of their university experience. As a HASS student, you can:

  • Join HASS Crew to make friends, network with industry, and learn more about the many amazing disciplines in HASS.
  • Get career advice and mentorship from industry leaders through HASS Connect.
  • Apply for a Globetrotters Grant  to travel overseas and enhance your employability.
  • Become a Student Partner and help us to come up with new ideas to build a vibrant HASS community.
  • Enrol in Professional Pathways: Humanity and Society courses to develop employability skills through your Bachelor of Arts.
  • Get funding as a student club executive through the Clubs and Societies Fund to organise career events for your peers.

Are you a HASS staff member interested in welcoming and supporting students? Check out these opportunities:

Are you a HASS alumnus? We want to hear from you!

  • Share your career journey and insights with HASS students at networking events.
  • Be a mentor to HASS students who are exploring their career options. 
  • Provide strategic advice to university leaders to enhance relationships between HASS and the community.

Our Past Work

Read our 2018 Annual Report

Read our 2017 Annual Report 

Read about the HASS Undergraduate Student Experience Project that led to the creation of the Student Futures Team (staff log-in required).


Want more info? Reach out to us at studentfutures@hass.uq.edu.au or follow us on Facebook.