Moving to a foreign country to study can be challenging. To make your transition a little easier, we've listed on this page a range of resources and services that will help you settle in to life and learning at UQ.

Whether you're joining us at UQ's Gatton or St Lucia campuses, or both, you'll find information here to support you from when you arrive until it's time to say goodbye.

Not yet enrolled with us?

The information on this page is for current students within the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences. If you haven't yet enrolled to study with us, visit our Study pages to find information about our degree programs and credit transfers.

Alternatively, visit UQ's Future Students pages for more details about UQ and how to apply as an international student.

You'll find comprehensive information about:

  • study options
  • UQ facts, including translations in your own language
  • information for Year 12 students
  • information for parents
  • studying for one or two semesters at UQ
  • life in Brisbane.

UQ International student support service

UQ's International Student Support team can provide ongoing help for a range of issues, including:

  • homesickness
  • family and childcare issues
  • health
  • English language support.

They also run workshops for new international students, covering essential information about life in Australia and at UQ, including:

  • getting started at UQ
  • Australian culture
  • health and safety
  • working on a student visa.

Student Services

UQ Student Services provides essential information to support you in your studies and social life.

You'll find information and resources about:

  • workshops for international students
  • how to find accommodation
  • how to strengthen your study skills and abilities
  • counselling services and crisis appointments
  • disabilities services
  • health and wellbeing programs, including mindfulness, yoga and self-help
  • UQ Multi-faith Chaplaincy.

Student administration/general enquiries

Student Centres are located at each of our campuses.

You can call, email or drop in if you have a query about student administration or a general enquiry relating to the University.

You'll find our centres at:

Campuses and inter-campus bus

Residential schools

Accommodation, Halls of Residence and airport pick-ups

Student support for all current students

Return to our Student Support pages for further general information for all current students, including:

  • getting started at UQ
  • accessing my.UQ and mySI-net
  • contacting your academic advisor
  • library, referencing and e-learning help
  • scholarship opportunities
  • overseas study opportunities
  • placements and work experience
  • careers and job opportunities
  • clubs and societies.