Important organisational changes at QUT International

We would like to provide you with an update on some significant developments at our university.

QUT is undertaking a process of organisational change that will reposition the University to adapt to and address challenges in the post-COVID environment. As part of this evolution, the International Portfolio is pleased to announce the following changes to regional responsibilities and associated staff:

Key appointments:

  • Annie Liu, Manager, International Recruitment
  • Annie Chan, Regional Manager (North Asia)
  • Sajal Paul, Regional Manager (South Asia, Middle East, Africa)
  • Daniel Mather, Regional Manager (Europe, Americas)

Regional teams’ responsibilities re-alignment:

Regional Team Name Responsible Regions/Markets Team Leader
Australia & the Pacific Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Serena Yeo (Regional Manager)
Europe & Americas Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Mexico, Norway, Sweden, UK, USA Daniel Mather (Regional Manager)
South East Asia Brunei, East Timor, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia Hayley McNeel ( Regional Manager)
South Asia, Middle East & Africa India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Middle East, Africa Sajal Paul (Regional Manager)
North Asia Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Mongolia, South Korea, Taiwan Annie Chan (Regional Manager)
China China Jacqueline Yuen (Regional Manager)

Under the new structure, the following newly established Faculty international teams will collaborate with the Regional Teams on faculty-specific matters:

  • Sinna Keurulainen, Client Manager (Business & Law, Creative Industries, Education & Social Justice, QUT College & QUT Online)
  • Marina McKeague, Client Manager (Engineering, Science, Health)

Please continue to connect with the regional teams via their team emails

Supporting you, your colleagues, and your students to succeed remains our priority at QUT International and we look forward to continuing our successful collaboration in the months and years ahead.

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