UQ Bachelor of Architectural Design students who each received $2700 grants to take part in a design studio project in Colombo, Sri Lanka, this year.

More than 130 University of Queensland students will take part in short and semester-length programs in the Indo-Pacific region next year.

1 September 2015
Elliot beginning his international short-term summer course at The University of Hong Kong.

From China to London, University of Queensland students have been getting a global experience during the winter break, with UQ Abroad’s new short-term programs.

29 July 2015

A free online course that explores the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective is running for a second time.

24 July 2015

A hand-written note telling Dr Stephanie Hanrahan she was “the difference that people need” has made a 10-year project in poverty-stricken cities around the world all the more satisfying.

22 July 2015

Queensland will soon be home to a major initiative to discover and develop new drugs to combat health issues including cancer, diabetes, inflammatory disorders and infectious diseases.

16 June 2015
Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course

Enrolments are now open for the World101x: Anthropology of Current World Issues Massive Open Online Course, run through not-for-profit online learning platform edX,

9 June 2015

Dangerous superbug clones have successfully spread beyond the borders of the Middle East Gulf States, University of Queensland researchers have found.

14 April 2015

The horrific murder of Japanese nationals by Islamic State (IS) terrorists in early February has sparked a pensive debate about whether the pacifist Japanese constitution is an anachronism.

18 February 2015
The nine St Leo's College students with Br Rob Callen.

Nine students from St Leo’s College at the University of Queensland have returned from an experience that has opened their eyes to much more than they could ever learn in a lecture theatre.

12 February 2015
Talia Rose samples the local cuisine in Cambodia this week

Second-year university student Talia Rose is kicking off 2015 at the Engineers Without Borders Design Summit in Cambodia.

12 January 2015
A team of UQ-led plant scientists has discovered that the Pinot Noir grape variety owes a significant part of its genetic heritage to ancient plant viruses. Photo: iStock

Next time you pour a glass of wine, raise a toast to the 30-million-year-old viruses that have contributed to the genetic make-up of modern grapes.

12 November 2014
Stephanie Colquhoun ... excited about spending two months in Washington DC

Two University of Queensland undergraduates will work as interns in Washington DC congressional offices for two months early next year.

10 November 2014
The University of Queensland’s Professor José Torero

A lifetime of fire safety and civil engineering research has led to a fellowship with the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering for The University of Queensland’s Professor José Torero.

30 October 2014

The University of Queensland has won the Premier of Queensland’s Export Award for Education and Training for a second year running.

28 October 2014
Since 1999, the Bundestag has had its seat at the Reichstag Building in Berlin

The President of the German Bundestag, Professor Norbert Lammert, will give a public address at The University of Queensland tonight.

27 October 2014