The UQ Advantage Grant scheme has been designed to promote student mobility and to encourage participation in a wide-range of co-curricular and related activities which enhance students' academic and career development. The Grants offer financial support to subsidise UQ students' involvement in activities which will enrich their studies and university experience. Grants are offered in four rounds each year, and the next closing date for applications is 15 May, 2014.
A University of Queensland (UQ) student project examining one of the greatest threats to worldwide banana production has received significant funding from a leading plant pathology society.
University of Queensland students learnt about the plethora of work experience and graduate job opportunities at UQ Gatton Careers Fair.
There are three jobs available in agriculture for each university agricultural graduate, according to The University of Queensland’s Gatton Campus Director Janelle Zahmel.