Domestic applicants for undergraduate programs
UQ has two intakes per year for admission to undergraduate degree programs:
- Semester 1 - major intake for admission to all undergraduate programs and selected postgraduate programs
- Semester 2 - mid-year intake for admission to a select number of undergraduate programs
All applicants have to satisfy two broad requirements to be competitive for entry to all undergraduate programs at The University of Queensland (UQ):
- Eligibility (subject prerequisites and other requirements)
- Merit (entry rank or OP);
NOTE: Some programs have additional requirements or prerequisites. Any additional admission requirements or prerequisites will be included in the program listing and in the relevant QTAC information.
Offers of university place are made to eligible applicants in order of merit and the aforementioned requirements apply to both Year 12 and Non-Year 12 applicants. Entry requirements to your desired programs are outlined in UQ Courses and Programs.
Applications for admission to all undergraduate and selected postgraduate programs are made through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). Domestic applicants apply for Commonwealth supported places (CSP) and may also be eligible for financial assistance through Centrelink.
To apply for the Doctor of Medicine (MD) - Direct Entry for Graduates program please refer to the Doctor of Medicine (MD) admissions page.
To apply via QTAC, your application process will be based on QTAC's categorisations:
There are also special entry schemes for specific applicant groups.
If you would like to apply for an undergraduate diploma, please click here.