The School of Chemistry & Molecular Biosciences welcomes students from other countries to study at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. You can read about the School's internationalisation focus here.
The University of Queensland is a member of the Group of Eight (Go8) which comprises Australia's leading universities, and Universitas 21, an international consortium of research intensive universities taking a leading role in global education. The Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015 placed UQ at number 77 in the world, equal second in Australia, and first in Queensland. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-16 ranked UQ 60th in the world, fourth in Australia and first in Queensland. The U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings 2015 placed UQ at 52nd in the world, third in Australia and first in Queensland. The QS World University Rankings 2015-16 put UQ at 46th, fourth in Australia and first in Queensland. Given UNESCO counts more than 9,000 universities in the world, this places UQ in the top 1% globally. UQ has won more national awards for teaching than any other Australian University and earns more research income than any other Australian university.
Studying in Brisbane offers students the sophistication and resources of a big city, along with the relaxed lifestyle and recreation options that come with a sub-tropical climate and picturesque surrounds. Read about the experiences of some of our students here.
For more information on the School's study options, choose from the list below:
- Undergraduate degree programs
- Honours programs
- Postgraduate Coursework programs
- Research Higher Degree programs
For general infomation on studying at UQ as an international student, visit UQ International.
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