|Students enjoying the beautiful Great Court|
University of Queensland students include most of the State's top school leavers plus high achievers from interstate and overseas. UQ’s 50,000-strong student community includes 13,000 postgraduate scholars and 11,000 international students from 140 countries, diversifying cultural life on campus and providing opportunities for international networking.
At The University of Queensland, our aim is for students and staff to describe their experience of UQ as “transformative, strongly connected, and confidence-building”. As a large, comprehensive, flexible, on-campus-based university, we offer the widest range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Queensland. We encourage students to be actively involved in their learning and to develop co-curricular and non-academic interests (whether sporting interests or joining one or more of the many Clubs & Societies, and through exchanges, study abroad, placements, internships, and volunteering, to name just a few). Our focus is on developing students who are well-rounded and resilient, and have the skills to become global entrepreneurs and leaders.
The University has one of the largest PhD enrolments in Australia, and is among the nation's top three universities for PhD completions. The Graduate School looks after the interests of those undertaking research higher degrees. The Graduate School has academic responsibility for managing admissions, providing research scholarships, supporting students during their candidature, and facilitating the examination of theses. The Graduate School coordinates year-round skills training, supports infrastructure and research facilities, and provides opportunities to accelerate career development.
For information on studying at The University of Queensland, visit the Programs and Courses website.