University of Southern Queensland

    University of Southern Queensland
    World Rank: 401–500thth by Times Higher Education
    Established on: 1967.0

    The University of Southern Queensland is a public university in the Australian state of Queensland. It provides law, healthcare, engineering, science, business, teaching, and arts courses. In 1992, the institution was established as the University of Southern Queensland. It has three research institutions and seven research centres that work on various business, agrarian, scientific, environmental, and technical challenges.

    More than 100 courses are provided at the university across the following schools:

    • Business, Education Law and Arts (BELA)
    1.  School of Creative Arts
    2.  School of Commerce
    3.  School of Law and Justice
    4.  School of Management and Enterprise
    5.  School of Education
    6.  School of Humanities and Communication
    • Health, Engineering and Sciences (HES)
    1. School of Sciences
    2. School of Civil Engineering and Surveying
    3. School of Health and Wellbeing
    4. School of Nursing and Midwifery
    5. School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
    6. School of Psychology and Counselling

    Why to choose the University of Southern Queensland?

    • Flexible study alternatives: You will also benefit from the extra options of attending Australia's most prestigious college. The university provides additional courses, study opportunities, research projects, and foreign exchanges, providing you with a broader education that will set you apart from your peers.
    • Research and Development: You will be able to work on cutting-edge research and development projects. As the institution promotes scientific and technical research, you can join diverse student teams that will collaborate with the industry.
    • Jobs: You will be engaged in an experience that will boost your potential and employability from the minute you enrol at university. You'll gain industry experience and make connections and contacts, putting you in a great position to achieve your goals.
    • Professional networks: UniSQ's help does not end after you graduate. The institution will keep you connected and nourished through its proactive alumni network and ongoing professional education. Clinical placements, field research, study tours, placements, or apprenticeships can all be used to incorporate working qualifications into your study.

    University professors work in their specialities as industry experts, combining real-world knowledge with teaching and learning skills. Its research program targets significant global concerns to bring about a good change in the industry and local and international communities. The Australian Research Council has ranked almost 30 of its diverse research areas as world-class or above.

    UniSQ is a premier multi-campus education and learning organisation in Australia, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and research training courses. Students at UniSQ may make the most of their studies in Australia by using cutting-edge facilities, personalised student assistance services, cheap living costs, and convenient proximity to major tourist sites.

    University Rankings

    The University of Southern Queensland is one of Australia's best public institutions. The QS World University Rankings 2023 is placed #651-700.

    University Highlights

    University Type

    Public

    Established Year

    1967

    Number of Courses

    284 undergraduate & 250 postgraduate

    Tuition Fees

    $25000 - $35000

    Intakes

    Feb, Jul & Nov.

    Main Intakes

    The main intakes are in February, July and November.

    Scholarships

    • International PhD Fees Scholarship: Tuition fees for six semesters of full-time study are covered by UniSQ. Studies previously completed toward the degree will be removed from the award.
    • Scholarship for International Students: Each scholarship may be worth up to 20% of the tuition costs for the duration of the authorised award program and will be given as a 20% reduction.
    • The USQ Advance Queensland PhD Scholarship comes with a stipend (living allowance) of $30 000. Throughout the year, fees are paid every two weeks.

    Application Process

    Applicants can apply for admission to the college in two ways: online through the college website or by an education agent.

    Documents required for Admission

    1. Academic Documents
    • SLC Mark sheet
    • School Leaving Certificate
    • SLC Character Certificate
    • Transcript of 12th-grade
    • Individual Mark sheet of 12th-grade
    • Character Certificate of 12th-grade
    • Provisional Certificate of 12th-grade
    • Migration Certificate of 12th-grade

             For Masters, include the following:

    • Transcript of Bachelor's Degree of 12th-grade
    • Individual Mark sheets of Bachelor's Degree of 12th-grade
    • Character Certificate of Bachelor Degree of 12th-grade
    • Provisional Certificate of Bachelor Degree in 12th-grade
    • Migration Certificate of Bachelor Degree of 12th-grade
    1. IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores
    2. Passport
    3. Work Experience (if any)
    4. Statement of Purpose (SOP)
    5. Marriage Certificate (if applicable)
    6. College Recommendation (if a current student)

    Language Requirements

    Programs

    IELTS

    PTE

    TOEFL iBT

    Education and Teaching

    7.5

    74

    102-109

    Nursing & Healthcare 

    7.0

    65

    94-101

    All other postgraduate programs

    6.5

    58

    79-93

    All other undergraduate programs

    6.0

    52

    60-78

    FAQs

    What are the fees to study at the university?

    The costs depend upon the courses you apply for. The tuition can be anywhere from $25000 to $35000 per annum.

    Can I work part-time as a student in Australia?

    Yes, you can work for 40 hours per fortnight during semester sessions and unlimited during semester break. This is to ensure that you are focused on your studies.

    Where is the university located?

    It has six campuses in the state of Queensland, Australia.

    What are the main intake dates?

    The main intakes are in February, July and November.

    Is it necessary for me to satisfy language requirements?

    Yes, the candidate must meet the language standards outlined above in the section on language requirements. IELTS, TOEFL, & PTE tests are recognised.

    Does the University provide scholarships to international students?

    Yes, the university does provide scholarships to international students. For more info, see the scholarship section of the article.



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