Did you know that 75% of USQ’s students are over 25 years of age? Whether you’re upskilling to progress your career, pursuing a career change, studying for the first time since high-school, or didn’t complete your high-school certificate, USQ can support you.
Fit study into your life
Complete your degree from wherever you are. As the online education experts, USQ provides flexible study options allowing you to work full- or part-time while studying. Choose to study one subject at a time, study over summer semester or study some subjects online and some on-campus. Whichever way you decide to study - online, on-campus, full- or part-time, you’ll experience the same support as everyone else.
Spend time learning study skills to get you started with study.
Learn with fellow students
Join the free Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) led by a current student who has previously excelled in the course.
Receive help from librarians and access the Library’s free services. Librarians can help source books relevant to your assignments or get you thinking about the kind of questions you need to ask your lecturer.
Mature aged student entry to university is possible even if you don’t meet the entry requirements of a certain degree.
Fast-track your degree
Depending on your previous work experience or study, you might be eligible for credit for some subjects. When you are applying for a degree, speak to USQ’s support team and find out if you can apply for recognition of prior learning.