The University of Queensland - Bachelor's Degree
University of Queensland (UQ) is a public university which established on 10TH December 1909, through an Act of Parliament. Teaching began in the Old Government House in George Street, Brisbane in 1911.UQ initially consisted of three faculties , namely, Science, Engineering and Arts and the first year only has an enrollment of 83 students, 60 male and 23 female. UQ’s expansion began after World War I, after which a new campus was formed. The University’s motto is “Scientia ac Labore, which is Latin and translates to ‘by means of knowledge and hard work”.
Today UQ has grown to a student body of 50,830, out of which 12,664 are international students from over 140 countries. The main influx of international students is from China, Malaysia and Singapore. The University’s top three programs are Doctor of Philosophy, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. UQ’s notable alumni consist of various influential people like; John Buchanan, who was the former head coach of the Australian cricket team, Alana Boyd, a two time competitor in Olympic Games and Commonwealth Games and Ann Sherry who was names Australia’s most influential woman in the 2015 Australian Financial Review and Westpac 100 Women of Influence Awards
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50