The University of Queensland (UQ), located in Brisbane, Australia, ranks consistently among the world’s top universities and delivers unparalleled teaching, learning and research excellence.
Why should you choose to study at UQ?
Where is UQ?
UQ has three beautiful campuses in and around Brisbane, the modern sub-tropical capital city of the state of Queensland. Brisbane is the third-largest city in Australia, after Sydney and Melbourne, and it has a multicultural population of around 2.4 million people.
At UQ you will enjoy a community of over 52,000 students, including over 15,400 international students from 135 countries, who contribute to a diverse, supportive and inclusive campus environment.
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At UQ, we can help you to see the world differently.We believe education and research can transform you, providing you with the knowledge and discovery that will change how you see the world.Our aim is simple: to create change in our students so they can create change in the world.
Learning beyond the classroom
UQ students don’t just get a degree, they get access to a range of resources and learning to help them become proactive, confident, thought leaders, who are ready for any future. To facilitate this UQ provides initiatives including: entrepreneurship programs with iLab and IdeaHub, Summer and Winter Research scholarships, leadership positions, multi-million dollar facilities, study abroad opportunities and personal support.
UQ qualifications are highly regarded by Australian and international employers. UQ leads Queensland universities in employability rankings. The QS Graduate Employability Rankings place UQ at #48 globally, meaning UQ graduates are better placed than any other graduates in Queensland to secure employment after graduating. When UQ students graduate, they join an alumni body that includes a Nobel Prize winner, Oscar winners, a Governor General, CEOs, politicians, news anchors, judges, teachers, researchers, celebrity chefs, award winning journalists, activists, scientists, authors, Google employees and film makers.
World class facilities
UQ is continually upgrading its teaching facilities to meet the needs of students.
We have an active building program – including Herston’s Oral Health Centre, a major solar photovoltaic research facility at Gatton, and the Advanced Engineering Building at St Lucia – as well as one of the best research libraries in the country, and modern teaching spaces to enable the latest technology. All of this means that you will enjoy the best learning experience possible.
At UQ you will join a global network of more than 250,000 graduates, many of whom are leaders in their fields, including more than 13,800 PhDs in 170 countries. You will benefit from an extensive graduate network, strong industry partnerships and many notable alumni.
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