The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia's leading universities, with an international reputation for high quality teaching and research.
The university attracts the majority of Queensland's most able and highly qualified students from overseas, and has a tradition of fostering teaching excellence.
UQ offers its students the advantages of comprehensive facilities of a long established university, plus the vitality of studying in an environment of leading edge research.
Its magnificent St Lucia campus is regarded by many as Australia's best and continues to enrich both student and community life.
IES Foundation Year program subjects are developed in collaboration with senior academic UQ staff drawn from a range of faculties.
The content of these subjects are therefore directly relevant to the requirements of tertiary study.
UQ lecturers and tutors visit IES at various times throughout the year to present information about their course offerings and to give a clear idea of what can be expected as your academic career develops.
In addition, IES Foundation Year students have opportunities to visit UQ's St Lucia campus. Students have access to the university's library, which is one of the finest in the country, use of fully equipped scientific laboratories, use of the university's computer network, access to sporting and recreational facilities, and access to student social clubs and social facilities.
Students who achieve the specific standards are guaranteed a place in the first year of undergraduate courses at The University of Queensland.
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