Central Queensland University or CQ University is a Queensland, Australia based institute of higher learning with campuses in 15 locations across Australia. Its main campus is located in Norman Gardens, Rockhampton.
35,000 on campus and distance learning students are currently enrolled at the University. Originally founded in Rockhampton in 1967, as the Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) Capricornia, it was granted full University status in 1992 and was named the University of Central Queensland.
More than 300 courses, ranging from training courses to post-graduate degrees, are on offer at the institute. The University is also a renowned research center in many disciplines including mathematical sciences, applied mathematics, psychological and cognitive services, nursing, medical and health services, agriculture, environmental science, medicinal and health science, and mechanical engineering.
- World class research
- Recipient of prestigious educational awards and accolades
- One of the top ranked Universities in the world
- Multicultural experience. More than 5,000 international students from over 70 countries
- More than 300 courses on offer
- Abroad Educational tours
- High employment rate
- Accounting and Law
- Education and Humanities
- Engineering and Construction
- English Language and IELTS Preparation
- Information Technology and Digital media
- Science and Environment
- Service Industries
- Transport and Safety Science
$12,000 to $36,000 per year.
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Multiple scholarships amounting to millions of dollars are available for deserving students. In 2017, international students alone received scholarships worth more than $7 million.