About The University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has forged a reputation as one of Australia's leading providers of on-campus and online (distance) education programs in Australia. With more than 75 percent of students studying via distance or online, our delivery of external education resources continues to lead the way.
USQ is committed to providing high quality learning experiences for USQ staff, and staff can access various sites to assist in different areas of their development. These include; advice on course content and delivery, USQ learning systems and assistance in their professional development and career paths.
USQ proudly supports, values, and respects the wide variety of cultural identities, languages, and beliefs within the university.  We work to provide information to all members of USQ, as well the local and international communities. At USQ, we are proud of our diversity:
  • our current staff were born in 66 different countries
  • 17% of our student population are international students
  • our international students come from 94 different countries
  • 101 different languages are spoken by our active (Australian and international) students.
Why Studying at The University of Southern Queensland (USQ)
USQ endeavours to provide a safe learning environment where all students and staff can openly share ideas and respectfully express their opinions - regardless of their culture identity or religious affiliation. By acknowledging and respecting our diversity, we are able to strengthen our collaborative research efforts, and compliment USQ's teaching and learning experience. At USQ, we strive to:
  • reinforce USQ leadership in multiculturalism within the Australian higher education system and overseas
  • contribute to the unique identity of USQ by developing innovative programs on multiculturalism
  • involve the University and local communities in multiculturalism through delivery of specific, community oriented programs
  • develop closer cooperation between the governments and non-government organisations at local, state and national level in the area of multiculturalism
  • support the building of a strong culture of multiculturalism by student recruitment, innovation in learning and teaching and internationalisation
  • contribute towards internationalisation of the University, and
  • promote the concept of multiculturalism and its benefits in practice.



Faculties

  • Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
The Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts encompasses teaching and research in a wide range of disciplines grouped into six schools: Arts and Communication; Management and Enterprise; Commerce; Law and Justice; Teacher Education and Early Childhood, and Linguistics, Adult and Specialist Education. The breadth of interests in the Faculty facilitates a stimulating multi-disciplinary environment for both students and staff members. It also enables the Faculty to prepare and sustain its students through life-long learning and to be global professionals for the contemporary world. The Faculty is led by the Executive Dean, who is supported by a management team which includes the Associate Deans, Heads of School and Faculty Executive Manager.
  • Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences (HES)
The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences offers a stimulating multi-disciplinary environment for students and employees. The Faculty is productively engaged in teaching scholarship, applied research and professional practice at a national and international level. The Faculty has six schools: Agricultural, Computation and Environmental Sciences; Civil Engineering and Surveying; Health and Wellbeing; Mechanical and Electrical Engineering; Nursing and Midwifery; and Psychology and Counselling. The Faculty is led by the Executive Dean who is supported by a management team which includes the Associate Deans, Heads of School and Faculty Executive Manager.
  • College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research
The College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research (CISER) is located across all of USQ's campuses. CISER has a four-pronged focus which includes internal consultancy in all Indigenous matters; providing Indigenous courses and programs; engaging in relevant research; and managing Indigenous student engagement and encouragement. The staff of CISER consists of a team of academic and professional staff working in and across each of these areas. CISER is led by the Head of College.
  • Queensland College of Wine Tourism
The Queensland College of Wine Tourism (QCWT) is a joint venture between USQ and the Department of Education and Training. A state-of-the-art education and training facility for the Queensland wine tourism industry, the College is located on the campus of Stanthorpe State High School and provides specialist education and training facilities for the wine tourism industry. The College provides training from secondary to tertiary levels in viticulture, oenology, tourism, hospitality and business. The education and training programs are developed in partnership with the wine tourism industry. QCWT lead by the Chief Executive Officer (Queensland College of Wine Tourism).


Campuses

  • Toowoomba :
    West St, Darling Heights QLD 4350

  • Springfield :
    37 Sinnathamby Blvd, Springfield Central QLD 4300

  • Ipswich :
    USQ Ipswich Campus, 11 Salisbury Rd, Ipswich QLD 4305

  • Queensland College of Wine Tourism :
    22 Caves Rd, Stanthorpe QLD 4380

  • Financials

  • Application Fee : $0
  • Tuition fees (Estimated) :
  • Bachelor : $13,000 - $17,000
  • Master : $14,000 - $18,000
  • PhD : $19,000 - $27,000


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