Five star ratings for the University of Queensland
An independent ranking of Australian universities has awarded the University of Queensland multiple five star ratings.
The 2018 edition of the The Good Universities Guide gave UQ a five-star rating for student demand, staff qualifications and learning resources.
The guide also revealed that UQ is top in the country for starting salary in nursing and science and mathematics.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Joanne Wright said that UQ was the only Group of Eight university to achieve five stars in a key measure of student experience.
“The university’s results were above the national average in seven of eight measures of students experience and graduate outcomes,” she said.
“We have been working very hard to ensure that students benefit both personally and intellectually during their time at UQ and will improve even further in this are with our five-year student strategy.
“I’m thrilled to see that UQ’s great facilities and beautiful campuses have been acknowledged, with students giving favourable assessments of teaching spaces, online learning materials, laboratories and IT support.”
Why Canadians Enjoy Studying at UQ
Students from Canada choose the University of Queensland primarily for its international reputation as an outstanding academic institution, having won more awards for teaching excellence than any other Australian university, as well as its location in the vibrant city of Brisbane. UQ offers Canadians an exceptional program choice across a wide range of study areas at undergraduate, postgraduate and research higher degree levels.
Popular schools at UQ for Canadian students
- UQ Medical School
- UQ Physiotherapy School
- UQ Pharmacy School
- UQ Speech Pathology School
- UQ Occupational Therapy School
- UQ Audiology School
- UQ Veterinary School