Woven into the fabric of USQ is the vision and determination of many University and community members who, over the years, have contributed to the expansion and growth of the University.
The USQ Historical Archives play an important role in preserving the history and memory of the University. Members of the public are welcome to view the various exhibitions and displays available.
Whether you want to gain your teaching registration or upskill in an area of interest, our education and teaching degrees will pave the way to achieving your career ambitions.
Embark on a rewarding career in the teaching profession with one of our bachelor or Master of Teaching and Learning degrees. Through a combination of specialised theory and up to 110 days of professional experience in a variety of locations, including rural settings, you’ll be well prepared for the classroom environment.
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We are committed to performing research that is not only of academic relevance, but is engaging with industry and our stakeholders and contributing to innovation that benefits our communities and the nation.
Our research is focused on tackling national and global challenges affecting agriculture, natural resource management, and people living and doing business in regional areas. We have demonstrated research capability and expertise to service industry needs in a number of areas.
USQ facilitates a broad spectrum of research programs across multiple disciplines within our world class research institutes, centres and faculties.
The Careers & Employability Team offer one-on-one career planning sessions. We can help you to understand how your values, attributes and life experiences contribute to your career goals.
Within our sessions, we can help you to:
The Global Student Satisfaction Awards empower students across the globe to determine the best universities of 2019. By rating institutions on a scale from 1 to 5, on multiple studies-related questions, we found the top educators in the world.Learn more about the Global Student Satisfaction Awards
Academic Board, the principal advisory committee to Council on academic matters, is concerned with monitoring the academic activities of the University’s faculties, and the promotion and encouragement of teaching, scholarship and research. Underpinning this is the role of academic policy development and review. Academic Board is supported by a number of standing committees.
The Education City Residential Village located just 100 metres from USQ Springfield provides a friendly residential community environment. The modern two to seven bedroom apartments are fully furnished and include appliances. The Education City Residential Village is independently provided and managed by Australian Property Management on behalf of Education City.
USQ Library provides a supportive, connected and intuitive experience that enables:
The USQ Wireless Network, run on eduroam, provides internet access across all campuses.
USQ is committed to providing a healthy work and study environment. We offer a range of health and wellbeing initiatives to support our employees and students:
The Works health and recreation club located at each campus, offers an extensive free weights area, large cardio area, skills zone area, creche and a variety of classes as well as Personal Trainers to assist with fitness and health needs. For more information, please contact The Works.
Student clubs are a core part of student life at USQ, bringing together vibrant and diverse communities and providing opportunities for current USQ students. Each of our student clubs has a purpose and it is likely there is one focused on something you are passionate about.
By joining even one of the many student clubs available, you will not only have the opportunity to create great friendships, capture lasting memories and have a blast, but you can also build skills that will help further your career.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
Infact To study in Australia is an expensive one. Nearly around $40k. Just question yourself Is it worth to study your degree so expensive. Everyone knows Australia is depending on immigration mainly getting revenue from international students. When we come to talk about Toowoomba, it is located 1hr drive to Brisbane and just a small town. One thing you can’t expect to get...
I really like meeting people from other countries but there needed to be more platforms/opportunities in order to do so.