Find information and resources to support you with your current study or research, and discover the wide range of social activities and networks open to you.

If you’re not yet enrolled with us, visit our Study pages for information about our degree programs.

Enrich your studies

Find opportunities to boost your employability, gain industry experience and collaborate with likeminded students, staff and experts.

General help and advice

Get help with settling in to UQ, study skills, personal support, and much more.

Academic advisers

Our academic advisers and program coordinators (PDF, 277.7 KB) are here to help as you progress through your degree program.

They can offer help and advice about:

  • course selection, study load and course difficulties
  • planning the remainder of your degree
  • basic career advice.

Having a hard time?

If you’re having difficulty while studying with us, contact UQ’s student advisers. They can offer help with study skills training, counselling and personal support, disability support, accommodation, pastoral care and more.

UQ-wide support

Visit my.UQ, the University’s website for current students, to find information and advice about:

  • orientation for new students
  • academic matters, including enrolment, assessment, timetables and fees
  • how to update your contact information, replace a student ID card, renew your student visa or reset your student account password
  • wifi, internet and email connectivity
  • assignment help, including UQ Library support, referencing styles and how to avoid plagiarism
  • campus information and maps
  • social events and clubs
  • careers and employability.