The University of Queensland Undergraduate
The University of Queensland (UQ) has been fortunate to host many international political and thought leaders over the years, and is proud that this now includes United States President Barack Obama. President Obama addressed a room full of youth UQ during his visit to Brisbane for the G20 Leaders’ Summit.
He recognised UQ as “one of the world’s great institutions of science and teaching” and was impressed by the University’s diverse international community and research innovations.
UQ is ranked in the top 100 universities worldwide and it UQ is placed among the top 10 institutions in the Asia-Pacific by the Academic Ranking of World Universities and is rated five stars (the highest rating given) by the QS Five Star Plus Rating. More than 48,800 students including 11,500 international students from 142 nations choose to study at UQ.
To enquire about your study options at UQ go to www.uq.edu.au/international/enquire-online
*2014-2015; 43 QS World University Rankings | 47 US News and World Report Best Global Universities Rankings | 65 Times Higher Education Rankings | 85 Academic Ranking of World Universities. UQ is also a member of the Group of Eight and Universitas 21 alliance.
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