The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) CRICOS Provider Code: QLD 00244B | NSW 02225M
University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is a research-intensive regional university that provides high-quality flexible degree programs and produces Australia’s highest paid graduates.
Our students form a vibrant international community, benefiting from flexible on-campus and blended learning options, delivered across three campuses in Queensland, Australia, online and through trusted national and international education partners. Ranked in the top 2% of universities worldwide1, we are a QS Five-Star rated university for internationalisation and employability2, and our graduates consistently rank highest in Australia for graduate employment and graduate salaries3.
Our lecturers are engaged with their fields as industry professionals, integrating real-world know-how with teaching and learning expertise. Our research agenda addresses critical global challenges to deliver positive change with industry and across our local and global communities. Over 30 of our multi-disciplinary research areas are rated at world standard or above by the Australian Research Council4.
In just over 50 years, we have become a leading Australian multi-campus teaching and research institution, offering a comprehensive range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research training programs. Our strengths in areas such as materials science and engineering, climate sciences, machine vision and automation, astronomy and archaeology, headline a comprehensive array of disciplines across engineering, ICT, business, sciences, humanities, education and the creative arts. With cutting-edge facilities, a relatively low cost of living, and easy access to Brisbane and the Gold Coast, you can make the most of your studies in Australia with us.
CRICOS: QLD 00244B | NSW 02225M | TEQSA PRV12081
1Times Higher Education World University Rankings, 2021.
2QS Stars University Ratings.
3Graduate Outcome Survey, 2020 National Report.
4ARC Excellence in Research for Australia 2018 National Report