At CQUniversity Australia, our students choose to study with us so they can be what they want to be. We believe higher education should be for everyone – no matter your postcode or educational background. That’s why we offer a wide range of up-to-date, industry-aligned courses, from TAFE certificates right through to research degrees, online and at campuses across Australia.

Our convenient Adelaide campus is situated to the south-west of the city within close proximity to various forms of public transport and provides our online students with access to a range of support services and learning facilities.

As well as convenience and flexibility, when you choose CQUniversity you’ll benefit from smaller, more intimate class sizes and greater access to teaching staff. We’re committed to student success and providing positive graduate outcomes, and it shows. Data released by ComparED 2020 shows that CQUniversity outperforms most Australian universities when it comes to study support, graduate employment and graduate salary outcomes. This is backed up by The Good Universities Guide (2020), which gives CQUniversity five stars for undergraduate full-time employment, social equity, starting salary and student support.

So, rest assured that when you choose CQUniversity, you’re choosing a high-quality education to help you be what you want to be.

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CQUniversity offers a wide range of courses and the entry requirements can vary from course to course.

To be eligible for an offer to a CQUniversity course, applicants need to meet minimum entry requirements,
including subject prerequisites and be selected in competition with other eligible applicants.

Find out more about admission requirements for CQUniversity courses

The University encourages applicants to become familiar with the entry requirements for its courses. Students who have any questions regarding these entry requirements can contact the Student Advice Team on 13 27 86.

English Language Proficiency

If you were not born in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, or United States of America you are required to meet the English Language Proficiency requirements set by the University.

Find out more about English Language Proficiency requirements

CQUniversity provides co-ordinated academic services and study facilities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Applicants who successfully complete the Tertiary Entry Program (TEP) will be considered eligible for admission to the University.

For further information about TEP, phone CQUniversity’s School of Access Education on 1800 651 891 or the Student Advice Team on 13 27 86 or visit the TEP website.

Students may apply for deferment after formally accepting their offer through CQUniversity. Most undergraduate courses can be deferred for a maximum period of one year.

At CQUniversity, we often recognise the skills and knowledge gained from prior learning and experience. You may be eligible for credit transfer (also known as course credits, recognition of prior learning, or exemptions) if you are able to demonstrate appropriate prior learning.

Successful credit transfer will reduce the number of units you are required to complete. In some cases, this may shorten the time it takes to complete a course or reduce the study load per term. A formal application for credit transfer will only be assessed after you have accepted your offer to enrol into a course.

Use the Credit Calculator to get an estimate of credit you may be eligible to receive

For more information visit the website

Commencement dates can vary from year to year. Details can be obtained online.

We encourage students to enrol at least two weeks prior to the commencement of term. Advice on how to enrol will be contained within your Letter of Offer.

  • Term 1 2021 - 8 March 2021 – 4 June 2021
  • Term 2 2021 – 12 July 2021 – 8 October 2021
  • Term 3 2021 – 8 November 2021 – 11 February 2022

At CQUniversity we know the power of support and are proud to offer a wide range of scholarships, awards and financial assistance programs.

Visit the Scholarships website to see available scholarships

CQUniversity is widely renowned as one of the most accessible and inclusive universities in Australia. We believe that tertiary education can be for everyone and offer a range of student services and support to help you succeed, professionally and personally. Whether you need to find accommodation, financial support, advice on your career options, support for your personal wellbeing or are keen to participate in social and sporting activities, CQUniversity is here for you.

Counselling

The CQUniversity Counselling service aims to assist students with any issues that may impact negatively on their studies. Our goal is to see our students succeed in their studies, and to promote personal resilience and wellness.

Accessibility

CQUniversity is committed to ensuring that students with a disability or medical condition are provided with access to a range of support to enhance their academic potential.

Indigenous Engagement

All Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to ensure that their identity is recognised. If your identity is not recognised, please contact the Office of Indigenous Engagement to assist you.

Ally Program (LGBTIQ support)

CQUniversity is dedicated to creating a safe and supportive atmosphere for all students and has a zero-tolerance approach to bullying and discrimination. As part of this the University has implemented an Ally Program to promote acceptance and understanding for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) students. This program is for all students, whether you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or not.

CQUni Careers

CQUni Careers supports prospective, current and graduate CQUniversity students in achieving their career development and professional aspirations through career education, guidance and information. We support students to build their employability, job search skills and work readiness to help them succeed in their chosen career.

Student Mentors

The Student Mentor & Leadership Program aims to help new students in undergraduate and postgraduate programs to quickly feel at home at CQUniversity during their first year of study.

Scholarships and Financial Assistance

CQUniversity is dedicated to supporting you throughout your tertiary study. Our scholarships and financial assistance programs provide financial and non-financial assistance as your complete your studies with us. We strongly encourage students to apply for scholarships or to take advantage of our student loan and budgeting tools to help manage the cost of going to university.

Visit the Student Support website for more information about these services

CQUniversity produce a range of printed publications available to pick up from our multiple locations around Australia or at one of the many expos and events we partake in during the year. You are welcome to download a range of course publications from our website. Our brochures contain information current to the print date outlined.

CQUniversity welcomes those considering studying to register for one of our Virtual Open Days on the following dates:

  • Saturday, 1 August 2020, 10am – 1pm, AEST
  • Saturday, 15 August 2020, 10am – 1pm, AEST

Find out more about Open Days

Student Advice Team
44 Greenhill Road
Wayville SA 5034

Telephone: 13 27 86

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