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» What can I study?
      » Choosing courses
      » Popular courses
            » Agriculture, Animals and Food
            » Business, Economics, Tourism and Law
            » Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
            » Environment and planning
            » Humanities
            » Indigenous Studies
            » Kinesiology and Nutrition Science
            » Pharmacy
            » Psychology
            » Science and Mathematics
            » Social Science and Communication
      » Field trips
      » Credit transfer
      » Assessment methods and learning styles
» Am I eligible?
      » Admission requirements
» What does it cost?
      » Tuition fees
      » Compulsory OSHC
      » Student visas
      » Living costs
      » Working in Australia
» How do I apply?
      » Application closing dates
      » Assessment of applications
      » Accept your offer
» Planning your time at UQ
      » Find accommodation
      » Other things to do before arriving
      » Things to do on arrival
» Experience life at UQ
      » Six great reasons to study at UQ
            » Global Reputation
            » Wide range of courses
            » Vibrant campuses
            » Idyllic location
            » Excellent student services and support
            » Excellent teachers
      » Great campus life
            » Attend orientation
            » Eat, drink and shop at UQ
            » Join a student club, group or society
            » Keep fit with UQ Sport
            » Visit museums, art galleries and research collections
            » Watch a movie, see a play or enjoy a music concert
      » Experiences and activities
            » Read the study abroad and exchange blogs
            » Learn more about Australia's unique ecosystems
            » Become a college associate member
            » Become a volunteer
            » Develop your skills with an internship
            » Experience Brisbane and Queensland
            » Find out what our students are saying
      » Support and services
            » Useful UQ websites
            » Worship and religion at UQ
      » What is Brisbane like?
            » Where is Brisbane located?
            » Entertainment
            » Sport
            » Food
            » Getting around
» Returning home
      » Academic transcripts
      » Returning home checklist
      » Reverse culture shock
      » Further study at UQ
      » Keeping in touch
» FAQ
      » 1. Do our universities need to be partners to apply to UQ?
      » 2. What are the tuition fees for Study Abroad and Exchange students?
      » 3. How do I choose my courses?
      » 4. Where can I find the application form?
      » 5. Am I locked into the courses I list on my application?
      » 6. How can I find out more information about my OSHC coverage?
      » 7. When should I arrive?
      » 8. When do classes start?
      » 9. What type of accommodation do you recommend for students coming for one or two semesters?
      » 10. How do I get to UQ?
      » 11. How can I find my way around campus?
      » 12. When will I receive my transcript?
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