The University of Queensland (UQ), located in Brisbane, Australia, ranks consistently among the world's top universities and delivers unparalleled teaching, learning and research excellence. The university maintains a global reputation for creating positive change by delivering knowledge leadership for a better world.
UQ regularly ranks among the world's top universities, including:
- #33 according to Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities (NTU Ranking) 2022
- #36 according to U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings 2023
- #47 according to Academic Ranking of World Universities 2022
- #50 according to QS World University Rankings 2023
- #53 according to Times Higher Education World University Rankings
With a strong focus on teaching excellence, UQ has won more national teaching awards than any other university in Australia. More than 55,000 current students, including 21,000 international students contribute to a diverse, inclusive community across three beautiful campuses.
UQ's award winning careers and employability service supports students to get a competitive edge after graduation. Students take advantage of an annual program of employment workshops and networking events, connecting them to the university's extensive community of alumni and professional partners. UQ students enjoy one of the best campus experiences in the world in a location renowned for its relaxed and safe lifestyle, subtropical climate and vibrant and diverse culture. Beyond the classroom, the university provides an exciting array of activities and events, catering to the extracurricular interests of its students.
The university has cultivated a global reputation for producing graduates who are ready to carve out successful careers and become leaders in their field. UQ's 311,000 graduates are engaged in a network of global alumni, spanning 184 countries and including more than 17,000 PhDs.