The University of Queensland

Queensland, Australia

Public | Estd. 1909

The University of Queensland

Brisbane, Australia

Public -1909

January, September

Intakes

40%

Acceptance Rate

23:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

44.6 : 55.4

Male: Female Ratio

January, September

Intakes

40%

Acceptance Rate

23:1

Student: Teacher Ratio

44.6 : 55.4

Male: Female Ratio

History, Affiliations and Rankings

The University of Queensland was established through a 1909 Act of State Parliament and was formally inaugurated on April 16, 1910, with the gazettal of appointments to the first UQ Senate. Teaching began in 1911 in Brisbane's Old Government House on George Street. The University is affiliated with Group of Eight, Universitas 21, Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning (ASAIHL), EdX and McDonnell International Scholars Academy. The University of Queensland's research performance is highlighted in the most recent worldwide university rankings. UQ is ranked in the top 50 and top 100 universities in the world by the most renowned and well-recognised rankings. The QS Top University Rankings 2022 and THE World University Rankings 2022 place UQ at #47 and #54 in the world and #5 and #3 in Australia respectively. Furthermore, the university is also being ranked by the US News Best Global Universities Rankings, which places UQ at #36 in the world. 

Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses

In Australia, UQ has three campuses namely St. Lucia, Gatton and Herston, located in Queensland. The largest research library in Queensland, hundreds of high-quality study spaces, several museums, a theatre, 11 college residences, and magnificent sporting facilities such as swimming pools, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, sports fields, Olympic-standard running tracks, and gymnasiums are just some of the highlights of the UQ campus. The university is renowned worldwide to offer around 390 undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a plethora of fields of study. The courses cover a variety of topics in the field of Arts & Humanities, Engineering & Technology, Social Sciences, Clinical, Preclinical & Health, Computer Science, Law, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Education, Psychology, and Business & Economics.

Accomplishments and Alumni 

More than 15,400 PhDs are among UQ's 280,000 graduates, who form an engaged worldwide network spanning more than 170 nations. The 2021 NTU Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities places UQ at #4 for Environment and Ecology and #2 for Agriculture. The University is honoured with 9 national awards and citations from the Australian Awards for University Teaching, 5 UQ Excellence in Learning & Teaching Awards and 44 fellowships/scholarships to the Higher Education Academy. The research and teaching achievements contribute to UQ’s consistently high ranking as one of the world’s top 50 world universities. Some of the notable names are Quentin Bryce, former Governor-General of Australia, Peter Beattie, former Premier of Queensland and Geoffrey Rush, Australian actor.

Student Diversity and Visiting Companies

Students from all around the world are welcomed at the University of Queensland. More than 55,300 current students study across UQ's three campuses in South East Queensland, including the majority of Queensland's greatest academic achievers, more than 19,900 postgraduates, and nearly 20,200 foreign students from 142 countries. The institution has 3,513 faculty and staff members, 1,376 of whom are domestic and 2,137 of them are international workers. UQ is home to people from more than 200 nationalities, who speak 220 languages. Clubs and organisations are an important part of student life at UQ, bringing together a diverse range of people and providing opportunities for incoming freshmen. There are almost 200 student clubs that help students broaden their horizons. Furthermore, the University of Queensland has climbed another place in the 2022 QS Graduate Employability Rankings, to be number #=63 in the world.

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International Students %

41%

International Students %

41%

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QS

Quacquarelli Symonds (Q.S.) is a corporation based in the United Kingdom that specialises in the analysis of higher education institutions worldwide. Nunzio Quacquarelli launched the company in 1990. It publishes the Q.S. World University Rankings every year. The Q.S. rating, which is considered one of the three most widely read university rankings globally, is approved by the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG). The institution uses six metrics, namely Academic Reputation, Employer Reputation, Faculty/Student Ratio, Citations per faculty, International Faculty Ratio and International Student Ratio, that effectively capture university performance. It also publishes rankings in Young universities, Graduate Employability, and Subject Rankings. Q.S. provides an auditing service to universities, which offers information on the institution's strengths and shortcomings. The Q.S. Stars audit procedure rates universities based on over 50 different indicators.

THE

The Times Higher Education, originally The Times Higher Education Supplement (THES), is a British magazine that focuses on higher education news and topics. It annually publishes The Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It has received worldwide acclaim for its new and improved rating algorithm. Since 2004, it has provided students and their families, academics, university executives, governments, and businesses with reliable university performance data. The performance indicators are grouped into five areas: Teaching (the learning environment); Research (volume, income and reputation); Citations (research influence); International outlook (staff, students and research); and Industry income (knowledge transfer). It also produces subject rankings and rankings for Young Universities, Impact, Reputation, And Emerging Economies.

Guardian

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper that first appeared in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian and was renamed The Guardian in 1959. The Guardian University Guide is published once a year. The goal of the University Guide is to show how each university's department is likely to provide an overall beneficial experience to future students, and to do so; they look at how previous students in the department fared. A league table was created using nine performance criteria for 54 disciplines spanning all stages of the student life cycle. Entry standards, Student-staff ratios, Expenditure per student, Continuation, Student satisfaction, Value Added, Standardisation, Subject Classification, and Career Prospects are the indicators utilised by the organisation.

USN

U.S. News & World Report is American news, consumer advice, rankings, and analysis publication. It began in 1948 as a merger of the weekly newspaper U.S. News and the worldwide weekly magazine World Report. The company's rankings of Best Global universities are well-known among the wider population and significantly impact admission trends. The inaugural "America's Best Colleges" report was released by the U.S. News & World Report in 1983. Since 1985, the rankings have been produced and published annually. The magazine U.S. News & World Report rankings are based on data collected from educational institutions through an annual survey, government and third-party data sources, and school websites. It also takes into account outside opinion polls of university faculty and administrators.

Rankings

54

Global Ranking

Times-2021

54

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Global Ranking

USN-2021

47

Global Ranking

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Scholarships

These scholarships are funded by the Australian Government Department of Education.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background.

Applicability

An online application has to be submitted.

The School of Biological Sciences offers scholarships to international students.

Eligibility

Applicant should be accepted to the Master of Conservation Biology program or the Master of Conservation Science program.

Applicability

An online application has to be submitted.

The University offers scholarships to international students who can demonstrate their potential to contribute to science.

Eligibility

Excellent academic background.

Applicability

An online application has to be submitted.

These scholarships are offered to current and future students at the institute.

Eligibility

Applicants must have secured a GPA (or overseas equivalent) of 80% in undergraduate at a higher education institution in India.

Applicability

An online application has to be submitted.

This scholarship is awarded to international students commencing a full-time program.

Eligibility

Applicants should be commencing or be enrolled in the Master of Quantitative Biology.

Applicability

An online application has to be submitted.

Application Process

  • Visit the official website of the institution.
  • Click on 'Apply Now' or 'Register Here'
  • Complete filling your education history with all the qualifications.
  • Fill in the details of your employment history.
  • Fill in your personal statement.
  • Submit the application form by paying the mentioned fees.

 

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FAQs

UQ has extremely high academic standards. It is really hard to get grades above 85% once admitted into the University.
UQ has extremely high academic standards. It is really hard to get grades above 85% once admitted into the University.
A GPA of at least 5.0 on a 7-point scale.
A GPA of at least 5.0 on a 7-point scale.
The University of Queensland is one of the best universities in the world. It ranks at 47 on the QS ranking scale.
The University of Queensland is one of the best universities in the world. It ranks at 47 on the QS ranking scale.
Yes. Australian studies are at par with quality but at a lower tuition fee.
Yes. Australian studies are at par with quality but at a lower tuition fee.
Yes. The scholarships in Australia are very competitive. Only the best students get selected for these.
Yes. The scholarships in Australia are very competitive. Only the best students get selected for these.

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Studying in Australia

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost to study in Australia is as follows: 

Undergraduate: AUD 20,000 - 50,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 28,14,150.26)

Postgraduate: AUD 20,000 - 40,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 22,51,661.99)

MBA: AUD 80,000 - 1,00,000 (INR 42,63,668 - INR 56,74,961.00)

For international students, the average first-year tuition cost to study in Australia is as follows: 

Undergraduate: AUD 20,000 - 50,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 28,14,150.26)

Postgraduate: AUD 20,000 - 40,000 (INR 11,25,764.99 - 22,51,661.99)

MBA: AUD 80,000 - 1,00,000 (INR 42,63,668 - INR 56,74,961.00)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 1,400 - AUD 2,500 (INR 74,614 - INR 1,33,239)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 480 and AUD 1760 (INR 25,582 - INR 93,800)

Food Expenses: AUD 254 - AUD 356 (INR 13,537 - INR 18,973)

Average On-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 1,400 - AUD 2,500 (INR 74,614 - INR 1,33,239)

Average Off-Campus Accommodation Fees in Australia: AUD 480 and AUD 1760 (INR 25,582 - INR 93,800)

Food Expenses: AUD 254 - AUD 356 (INR 13,537 - INR 18,973)

English Proficiency Exams to Study in Australia

IELTS: 6.5 - 7.0

TOEFL iBT: 85 - 100

PTE64 - 77

Duolingo English Test: 95 - 120 and higher

CAE: 60 - 79+

Admission Tests to Study in Australia

GMAT: 600 - 695

SAT: 1200 - 1500+

ACT: 28+

ISAT: A minimum score of 60 is required 

GAMSAT: 59 - 76 is required

UCAT: 2810+

NEET: minimum 50 percentile 

English Proficiency Exams to Study in Australia

IELTS: 6.5 - 7.0

TOEFL iBT: 85 - 100

PTE64 - 77

Duolingo English Test: 95 - 120 and higher

CAE: 60 - 79+

Admission Tests to Study in Australia

GMAT: 600 - 695

SAT: 1200 - 1500+

ACT: 28+

ISAT: A minimum score of 60 is required 

GAMSAT: 59 - 76 is required

UCAT: 2810+

NEET: minimum 50 percentile 

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in Australia

  • The legal minimum hourly salary for simple work requiring no special skills is AUD 18.93 (INR 1014). Students may be able to earn between AUD 50 and AUD 80 (INR 2679 - INR 4286) per hour for jobs that need any additional skills.

  • While the university is in session, international students with a valid student visa can work upto 20 hours per week. There is no restriction on the number of hours an international student can work during recognised school holidays.

  • Students must follow a set of study guidelines that the Australian government has authorised.

  • Overseas Student Health Coverage is mandatory for all students (OSHC).

Types of Part-Time Jobs in Australia

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in Australia. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus jobs are available inside the university campus and are perfect for students as they can apply in different departments within their proximity. 

Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. These jobs include office boy, receptionist, waiter/ waitress, call centre maintenance, data entry, etc.

Students can also hunt for part-time work in a variety of professions, including:

  • Hospitality sector (including housekeeping)

  • Agricultural work 

  • Sales and telemarketing (call centre)

  • Administration

  • Tutor; skill or language exchange

  • Retail/sales jobs in supermarkets, departmental stores

  • Food and Beverage industry

Part-Time Job Rules for International Students in Australia

  • The legal minimum hourly salary for simple work requiring no special skills is AUD 18.93 (INR 1014). Students may be able to earn between AUD 50 and AUD 80 (INR 2679 - INR 4286) per hour for jobs that need any additional skills.

  • While the university is in session, international students with a valid student visa can work upto 20 hours per week. There is no restriction on the number of hours an international student can work during recognised school holidays.

  • Students must follow a set of study guidelines that the Australian government has authorised.

  • Overseas Student Health Coverage is mandatory for all students (OSHC).

Types of Part-Time Jobs in Australia

There are two ways international students can get part-time jobs in Australia. They can either look for on-campus jobs or off-campus jobs.

On-Campus Jobs: On-campus jobs are available inside the university campus and are perfect for students as they can apply in different departments within their proximity. 

Off-Campus Jobs: Off-campus jobs are relatively easy but not always in proximity. These jobs include office boy, receptionist, waiter/ waitress, call centre maintenance, data entry, etc.

Students can also hunt for part-time work in a variety of professions, including:

  • Hospitality sector (including housekeeping)

  • Agricultural work 

  • Sales and telemarketing (call centre)

  • Administration

  • Tutor; skill or language exchange

  • Retail/sales jobs in supermarkets, departmental stores

  • Food and Beverage industry

International students can stay, work, or look for work in Australia after they graduate with a post-study work visa. The length of their stay varies depending on their qualifications and study location. There are 3 types of post-study work visa options that may be available to international students.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Post-Study Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have just graduated with an approved qualification from an Australian educational institution, regardless of their field of study, and permits them to stay in Australia for a period of 2 to 4 years.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have earned skills and credentials in jobs on the skilled occupation list. The skills and credentials are generally closely tied to occupations in demand in the Australian labour market in the medium to long term. The stay may last up to 18 months.

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)This visa is for international students who have earned engineering degrees from a certain educational institution in the past two years. The stay duration is up to 18 months.

Here’s our top-searched guide to know more about the Australia Work Permit

International students can stay, work, or look for work in Australia after they graduate with a post-study work visa. The length of their stay varies depending on their qualifications and study location. There are 3 types of post-study work visa options that may be available to international students.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Post-Study Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have just graduated with an approved qualification from an Australian educational institution, regardless of their field of study, and permits them to stay in Australia for a period of 2 to 4 years.

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) – Graduate Work StreamThis visa is for international students who have earned skills and credentials in jobs on the skilled occupation list. The skills and credentials are generally closely tied to occupations in demand in the Australian labour market in the medium to long term. The stay may last up to 18 months.

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476)This visa is for international students who have earned engineering degrees from a certain educational institution in the past two years. The stay duration is up to 18 months.

Here’s our top-searched guide to know more about the Australia Work Permit

Here are the different application costs for different types of student visas that an international student requires to study in Australia:

  • Student visa (subclass 500): AUD 620 + AUD 470 (INR 33,224 + INR 25,185) if 18 and above or + AUD 155 (INR 8,306) if under 18

  • Independent ELICOS Visa (Subclass 570): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Vocational Education and Training Sector Visa (subclass 572): AUD 620 (INR 33,224)

  • Higher Education Sector Visa (Subclass 573): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (Subclass 574): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 580): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485): AUD 1650 (INR 88,418)

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476): AUD 405 (INR 21702)

Here are the different application costs for different types of student visas that an international student requires to study in Australia:

  • Student visa (subclass 500): AUD 620 + AUD 470 (INR 33,224 + INR 25,185) if 18 and above or + AUD 155 (INR 8,306) if under 18

  • Independent ELICOS Visa (Subclass 570): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Vocational Education and Training Sector Visa (subclass 572): AUD 620 (INR 33,224)

  • Higher Education Sector Visa (Subclass 573): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Postgraduate Research Sector Visa (Subclass 574): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Student Guardian Visa (Subclass 580): AUD 535 (INR 28,669)

  • Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485): AUD 1650 (INR 88,418)

  • Skilled Recognised Graduate Visa (Subclass 476): AUD 405 (INR 21702)

Step 1: Fill out the online visa application form (guided by an AUG counsellor).

Check that the balance on your credit card is in Australian dollars. 

Step 2: You cannot complete the application without paying the required Visa application fee.

Step 3: Create a Medical Referral Letter and schedule a medical examination once you've applied. A physician must perform the check-up on the Australian Immigration panel (hospital/clinic).

Step 4: Make a Biometrics appointment (if necessary). Use your Immi login account to submit any new papers.

Step 5: If your application is approved, Immigration will send you a student visa by email or mail. Australian student visas are electronic, unlike those in most other countries. As a result, your passport will not have any Visa grant labels, stickers, or stamps.

Step 1: Fill out the online visa application form (guided by an AUG counsellor).

Check that the balance on your credit card is in Australian dollars. 

Step 2: You cannot complete the application without paying the required Visa application fee.

Step 3: Create a Medical Referral Letter and schedule a medical examination once you've applied. A physician must perform the check-up on the Australian Immigration panel (hospital/clinic).

Step 4: Make a Biometrics appointment (if necessary). Use your Immi login account to submit any new papers.

Step 5: If your application is approved, Immigration will send you a student visa by email or mail. Australian student visas are electronic, unlike those in most other countries. As a result, your passport will not have any Visa grant labels, stickers, or stamps.

Some of the top high paying job industries in Australia for international students are as follows:

  • Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

  • Finance and Banking

  • Engineering, IT 

  • Accounting 

  • Management Consulting

  • Medicine and Life Sciences

  • Construction 

  • Hospitality and Tourism 

  • Education (Teachers/Professors/Trainers)

Some of the top high paying job industries in Australia for international students are as follows:

  • Auditors, Company Secretaries and Corporate Treasurers

  • Finance and Banking

  • Engineering, IT 

  • Accounting 

  • Management Consulting

  • Medicine and Life Sciences

  • Construction 

  • Hospitality and Tourism 

  • Education (Teachers/Professors/Trainers)

Australia is one of the top three study abroad destinations in the world because of its pioneering developments. Aside from the Group Eight Universities, the island country is home to some of the best academic institutions in the world, providing high-quality education in a variety of subjects. In addition, Australia is the birthplace of world-famous innovations such as Wifi and Google Maps.

Australia is a wealthy nation with a market-based economy with a fairly high gross domestic product and per capita income, with a GDP of roughly A$1.40 Trillion, ranking 13th in the world, and a PPP of AUD 52,203. Its economy is based on the service sector and commodity exports. According to Statista, Australia’s Real GDP growth rate is expected to be 2.75% in 2022.

Australia is one of the top three study abroad destinations in the world because of its pioneering developments. Aside from the Group Eight Universities, the island country is home to some of the best academic institutions in the world, providing high-quality education in a variety of subjects. In addition, Australia is the birthplace of world-famous innovations such as Wifi and Google Maps.

Australia is a wealthy nation with a market-based economy with a fairly high gross domestic product and per capita income, with a GDP of roughly A$1.40 Trillion, ranking 13th in the world, and a PPP of AUD 52,203. Its economy is based on the service sector and commodity exports. According to Statista, Australia’s Real GDP growth rate is expected to be 2.75% in 2022.

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