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Bachelor of Accounting


Tution Fees: £30,210.00

Bachelor of Accounting/Bachelor of Business


Tution Fees: £30,150.00

Bachelor of Agriculture


Tution Fees: £31,380.00

Bachelor of Allied Health


Tution Fees: £31,990.00

Bachelor of Aviation (Commercial Pilot)


Tution Fees: £67,050.00

Bachelor of Business (Specialisation)


Tution Fees: £29,940.00

Bachelor of Digital Media


Tution Fees: £29,520.00

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)


Tution Fees: £26,400.00

Bachelor of Education (Primary)


Tution Fees: £26,400.00

Bachelor of Education (Secondary)


Tution Fees: £30,000.00

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours


Tution Fees: £34,260.00

Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Sciences


Tution Fees: £31,990.00

Bachelor of Hospitality Management


Tution Fees: £30,000.00

Bachelor of Information Technology


Tution Fees: £31,680.00

Bachelor of Medical Science


Tution Fees: £34,140.00

Bachelor of Music (Specialisation)


Tution Fees: £29,520.00

Bachelor of Nursing


Tution Fees: £31,740.00

Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety


Tution Fees: £31,380.00

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours)


Tution Fees: £33,450.00

Bachelor of Oral Health


Tution Fees: £34,830.00

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours)


Tution Fees: £33,450.00

Bachelor of Podiatry Practice (Honours)


Tution Fees: £32,070.00

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Central Queensland University (alternatively known as CQUniversity) is an Australian dual sector university based in Queensland.

CQUniversity Australia has been on a phenomenal trajectory since 2009. Its remarkable growth in student numbers, new courses, new campuses, infrastructure and reputation has seen CQUniversity emerging as one of Australia’s truly great universities.

Key statistics

Total UG Students Total PG Students International Student Student Faculty Ratio
26,500 8,500 28% 26:6

It  has now firmly established itself as the largest university based in regional Australia, the only comprehensive university in Queensland, a renowned research institution in key industries, and the benchmark leader for how universities should engage with their communities.

It  has more than 35 000 students spread across 24 campuses and locations Australia-wide. The University has campuses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Cairns, Emerald, Gladstone, Mackay, Melbourne, Noosa, Rockhampton, Sydney and Townsville. Along with these campuses the university also operates study centres in Charters Towers, Cannonvale, Karratha and Perth, and delivers programs in Cooma and Geraldton thanks to partnerships with the respective university centres in those communities.

It  delivers more than 300 education and training offerings, from short courses and certificates, through to undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. Study areas include apprenticeships, trades and training, business, accounting and law, creative, performing and visual arts, education and humanities, engineering and built environment, health, information technology and digital media, psychology, social work and community services, science and environment, and work and study preparation.

As a pioneer in the delivery of distance education, it continues to be a leader in this area with about half of the current student cohort being made up of students studying off-campus, with many based in rural and remote areas.

CQUniversity is also proud to have the highest ratio of students from low socio-economic, mature age, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and first-in-family backgrounds. The university defines itself by who it embraces rather than who it excludes, and because of this is widely recognised as Australia’s most inclusive university.

It  has also established itself as a research focused university with many research activities being informed by close collaboration and partnership with industry and community in the regions the university serves.

 With increased employability, transferable skills, job satisfaction and salaries, university study offers a chance to get ahead of the pack in the job market and get the career you have always dreamed of. CQUniversity understand that everyone’s circumstances are different, and it is  committed to making study fit with your personal commitments and learning style.

Notable alumni:

•             Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder

•             Wayne Blair, Indigenous Australian filmmaker

•             Martin Bowles, PSM, Secretary of the Department of Health

•             Tom Busby and Jeremy Marou of Australian rock duo Busby Marou

•             Terry Effeney, Chief Executive Officer of Energex

•             Alexander Horneman-Wren SC

English Requirements:

CERTIFICATE OR DIPLOMA  5.5 (with no individual band score of less than 5.0)

UNDERGRADUATE OR POSTGRADUATE COURSEWORK  6.0 (with no individual band score of less than 5.5).

POSTGRADUATE RESEARCH  6.5 (with no individual band score less than 6.0)

English language test scores are valid for two years .Specific  course may have specific requirements. Please refer www.cqu.edu.au/academicreq

Undergraduate Coursework

you must have successfully completed the equivalent of an Australian Year 12. An approved   university foundation studies or formal Australian Certificate IV can also be taken to meet this entry requirement.

If you successfully completed a certificate, diploma or advanced diploma (or equivalent) you may gain advanced standing into your CQUniversity course.


Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) awarded by CBSE, ISC, West Bengal and Maharashtra boards

Minimum average of 60 percent in four academic subjects

Higher Secondary Certificate from all other boards

Minimum average of 65 percent in four academic subjects


Graduate certificate and graduate diploma

To apply for entry into most graduate certificates and graduate diplomas you must have completed a bachelor degree with the equivalent to an Australian pass grade average in the final two terms, from a recognised Higher Education institution. Other entry pathways such as relevant work experience and/or a combination of qualifications may also be considered.

 Masters by coursework

To apply for entry you must have completed a bachelor degree with the equivalent to an Australian pass grade average in the final two terms, from a recognised Higher Education institution. For more information visit www.cqu.edu.au/academicreq.

Masters by research

To apply for entry into a masters by research degree you must hold an honours degree or a bachelor degree at a high level of academic performance in a relevant discipline.

 Doctoral degree

To apply for entry into a doctoral degree you must hold a bachelor degree in a relevant discipline with first or second class honours; or a masters degree with substantial element of research work.

In addition to meeting the academic entry requirements, you must select your research area of interest as well as find your research supervisor

For more information   www.cqu.edu.au/research/apply.



On-campus residence is available on  Mackay and Rockhampton campuses. Rates depend on your accommodation option. For more information visit www.cqu.edu.au/accommodation.


Self-catered room – AU$210 per week

Fully-catered, standard room (three meals per day) – AU$290 per week

Self-catered room – AU$210 per week


The  preferred homestay provider is Australian Homestay Network who will facilitate the arrangement and ensure you have a welcoming, safe and enjoyable experience. For more information visit www.homestaynetwork.org.


Urbanest is an endorsed provider of student accommodation to CQUniversity students in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. For more information visit www.urbanest.com.au.


Off-campus accommodation such as flats, houses and shared accommodation is also available in all locations. We recommend you look for rental properties through property websites such as www.realestate.com.au and www.domain.com.au.

CQUniversity spends approximately AU$2.5 million dollars per year on the International Student Scholarship to support international students, 20 per cent of which are recipients of this  the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship  prestigious scholarship.

For more information visit www.cqu.edu.au/scholarships

Indian qualifications

Undergraduates requirements:

First division passes with an overall grade of 75%

Postgraduates requirements:

First division passes with distinction 75% (Average of 65% for a 4 year Technical and Professional Degrees)

It is a merit-based scholarship and your application will be assessed based on your previous academic results which must meet the minimum selection criteria below.

A number of scholarships funded by the Australian Government are also available to international students.


The Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships are internationally competitive, merit-based scholarships that aim to bring top students from Asia, the Pacifi c, the Middle East, Europe and the Americas to study at Australian institutions. International students from participating countries are able to apply for postgraduate study or research in any field at CQUniversity. For more information visit www.internationaleducation.gov.au.


The Australia Awards Scholarships (AAS) provide opportunities for people from developing countries to undertake full-time undergraduate or postgraduate study at participating Australian institutions. CQUniversity administers the AAS for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), allowing people from developing countries to study at the University and gain the knowledge and skills to help the development of their home country.

Quick Facts

Institution TypePUBLIC

Founding Year1967


IntakeFebruary July


Fees may vary from 22,000 AUD$ TO 29,000 AUD$ annually . It depends on your course. Fees vary and may increase every year.

Cost of Living

Cost of living varies depending on the location, accommodation type and lifestyle you choose. It is generally cheaper to live in shared accommodation.

Ranking of Universities

QS World University Ranking  ::431-440

QS Australia University Ranking :: 23

Times Higher Education World Ranking (THE WUR Rank )  :: 501-600

Times Higher Education Australia Ranking  :: 30


Bruce Highway, North Rockhampton, Queensland, QLD 4702, Australia

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