The University of Queensland is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8) which comprises Australia's leading universities, and Universitas 21, an international consortium of research intensive universities taking a leading role in global education. UQ is the top ranked university in Queensland and has won more national awards for teaching than any other Australian University.
As one of Australia's premier engineering schools, UQ Engineering has a global reputation for high quality staff, engineering curriculum and research, and hosts students from more than 40 countries, across both undergraduate and postgraduate studies.
The University of Queensland awards the degrees of Bachelor of Information Technology, Bachelor of Multimedia Design and ICT-related majors in the Bachelor of Engineering.
Postgraduate programs and professional development offerings address demand for expert education in areas such as software engineering, power and energy systems, and security and surveillance.
The Information Technology Bachelor-Master Package Program allows international students who articulate with credit into year 3 of UQ’s Bachelor of Information Technology to complete the Bachelor degree as well as the Master of Computer Science in only five semesters (or two calendar years). Further information can be found here.
For entry into programs at The University of Queensland, applicants must meet both academic and English language proficiency requirements. Further information can be found here.
International students can apply for credit for previous studies at other institutions. See the information on Advanced Standing for International Students available from the EAIT Faculty.
Scholarships are available to both undergraduate and postgraduate International students wishing to study ICT at The University of Queensland.