UQ College has been established by The University of Queensland as a separate Company.
The Board of UQ College, represents the University, College and community interests, and governs UQ College.
The Board has primary responsibility for setting the strategic direction for UQ College and driving innovative quality education services to support more adults to reach the tertiary education course of their choice.
UQ College Organisational Chart
We foster mutually beneficial partnerships with industry, government and the community delivering practical solutions, innovation and success.
UQ College is committed to linking with leading edge organisations to grow capacity and broaden opportunities for adult learners to engage in, and succeed in tertiary level education.
Our commitment strives for:
- establishing and nurturing enduring partnerships with business, government, community and other education, training and research providers
- finding and negotiating arrangements with a wide variety of external partners
- discussing how we can work with you to meet your objectives and leverage the teaching and management capabilities of UQ College
- developing and engaging new models of collaboration for the co-development of solutions based on diverse perspectives
- developing mutually beneficial partnerships that provide valuable support and input for our programs and future initiatives and reviews.
If you are interested in partnering with UQ College, please contact us to explore your ideas.
The University of Queensland
The University of Queensland (UQ) created UQ College to develop pathways for students wishing to undertake further study.
The establishment of strong links and collaborative arrangements have been made between both organisations for the development and design of academic programs for delivery by UQ College.
Future programs are being developed in close consultation with relevant UQ faculties to ensure they meet the needs of our clients and articulate into higher level awards.
International Education Services (IES)
IES has established a reputation as an outstanding provider of educational products and services specifically for the international education sector.
IES assisted UQ College facilitate our offering of the Tertiary Preparation Program to domestic students.
Mutual benefit will result from IES and UQ College cooperating and working collaboratively in providing quality preparatory/foundation programs for international and domestic students respectively.
There are a number of organisation that can help and support you while you are at UQ College, depending on your need. This section contains a list of useful links to organisations and/or websites that can provide more information, specific detail on a topic, or support and advice.
Please note that while care has been taken in providing these links they do not constitute endorsement or approval of those other websites or their content. UQ College takes no responsibility for any information or services, which may appear on any linked websites. It is the responsibility of the web user to make their own decisions about the accuracy, reliability, relevance and correctness of information viewed or found.
The University of Queensland
Getting to UQ St Lucia
Scholarships and Prizes
Career Markets and Tertiary Information Sessions
UQ Open Day
Centrelink Youth & Student Services
Brisbane City Council
UQ College 0365 (Office 365)
UQ Blackboard for VET students
UQ Accommodation Services
UQ Parking website
Standards for Registered Training Organisation (RTOs) 2015
VET Quality Framework