We're here for you
You’ll find out your OP results on Saturday 15 December, and we hope you get the result you're after. No matter what result you receive, at USQ we have flexible study options and pathways to help you achieve your study goals.
Whatever questions you may have, our Student Relationship Officers are on standby to talk or chat with you: ask us a question or give us a call on 1800 269 500.
We'll also be on board from Monday morning to answer any further questions you may have.
Best of luck and we hope to see you soon at USQ!
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