Future students

Explore your Indigenous studies options

Explore your Admission pathways

Whether you’ve recently completed Year 12 or you're a non-school leaver exploring your study options, get started by searching our programs.

Here you’ll find all the information you need to get started at UQ, from considering your study options to learning more about what student life is really like. If you've never studied at uni before, or you're returning after a long break – now is your time. No matter your age or previous education, beginning study isn’t as hard or scary as you might think.

 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Future Student guide

This guide is for future Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students interested in studying at UQ.

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Final day alteration of enrolments
Friday 6 August 2021


Summer Semester class timetable available
Monday 6 September 2021


Semester 2 - Mid-Semester break
Monday 27 September 2021


Semester 2 Classes Recommence
Tuesday 5 October 2021


Summer Semester due date for enrolment
Friday 12 November 2021


Summer Semester classes commence
Monday 29 November 2021


Parents and supporters

If you're a parent or family supporter of a young person, you play a role in helping them achieve their best - both in their studies and in their personal development. 

Our parents' guide covers things like the application system, finance options, how to plan and transition to university life, and how to find support and get the most out of UQ once the next chapter begins.

Parent's guide

Explore your options

Looking for some light reading? Download our UQ guides for more information on programs, events, scholarships, upcoming important dates and much more.

Indigenous student testimonials

Kyle Ryan
Bachelor of Biomedical Science

I had the fantastic opportunity to participate as a student in the InspireU Health Camp 2016. Coming on this camp, I was a very shy and introverted boy who only had an vague idea of what I wanted to be. A week on this camp and interacting with the excellent mentors really opened my eyes up to the possibilities of medicine. Without this camp, I would not have gained the confidence to pursue my now new dream of becoming a doctor. This camp gave me the knowledge and skills required to pursue such a career in terms of preparing me for university life.. and that is something I am truly grateful for.

Alliyah Sirriss
Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

In 2015 I participated in the InspireU Health Science Camp. It really cemented the idea of going to university after school and made me realise this is something I definitely want to do. Not only did it give me a deeper insight into what to expect from university, but it also allowed me to make friends and connections prior to coming to UQ which really boosted my confidence.