These pages provide information for international students who intend bringing their families with them.
Choosing the right accommodationWhether moving from a rural or regional area, interstate or from just around the corner, it is important to investigate the full range of accommodation options before making a final decision about where to live. The team at
International Student Support OfficeInternational Student Advisors are located on the St Lucia, UQ Ipswich and UQ Gatton campuses. Staff at the St Lucia campus will also assist UQ students based at oth...
Student ServicesThe University provides an integrated, professional service in several key support areas ...
UQ Student UnionAll students have access to free support services and wide range of on-campus entertainment, events, food outlets, and clubs and societies provided by UQU.
UQU is the “face of UQ students” and each year organises a variety of act...
Equity OfficeThe University of Queensland Equity Office facilitates the development of strategies, policies, programs and procedures that enable the University to fulfil its commitment to equity and diversity in employment and education.
Student CharterThe Student Charter sets out the expectations students can properly hold as they receive their education as well as what can be expected of students in undertaking their studies to enhance the quality of their educational experience
Dependent children of international studentsA student bringing a spouse and/or children to Australia will need to have enough money to support them before the Australian Government will issue a visa. For more information, contact the Commonwealth