Why choose Springfield campus
The USQ Springfield Campus’s ‘Community Centred – Career Focussed’ theme provides a student-focussed educational environment with the latest in program delivery and technology. The result is that graduates are equipped to succeed in today’s rapidly changing work environments.
More than just a number
Small class sizes and personal attention mean our lecturers know you by name - and they want to see you succeed, just as much as you do.
Every USQ student also has a personal support person. You will know them as your Student Relationship Officer (SRO). They will support you through your time at USQ, giving you the opportunity to reach your full potential.
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Flexibility with your studies
You’ll find that studying at USQ Springfield means flexibility. You can study three on-campus teaching semesters, rather than the usual two – fast-tracking your studies or alternatively allowing you to spread the workload.
USQ Springfield offers ‘intensive-mode’ teaching in many postgraduate programs. Intensive teaching blocks condense a full semester's lectures into two 3-day workshops where materials are reviewed, case studies are examined and leading industry practitioners share their experiences and skills. Students complete all other aspects of the course away from the campus.
Work integrated learning – hit the ground running
In a job market that is highly competitive, experience in the workplace is an invaluable asset to graduates. That’s why all USQ Springfield undergraduate programs offer you the opportunity to experience Work Integrated Learning (WIL). Depending on your program you will complete professional practicum, work placement, industry and community projects, work samples and training, and related work experience.
You’ll learn from our experts
USQ lecturers are recognised throughout the world for their excellence in teaching and research. Our lecturers have won multiple awards and undertaken ground-breaking research. There is one more thing our lecturers are recognised for: passion for teaching their students.