Enrolment and orientation

Get ready to study and register your arrival at your campus.

We're excited to welcome you to study with USQ. We understand that moving to a new country and starting university involves a lot of planning. To help you get ready, we've put together some helpful resources for you.

During the arrival process, you will be able to enrol in your courses, get your student ID card and get your Tertiary Transport concession cards. Study Abroad and Exchange students, should email the Mobility Team for arrival and enrolment information.

Watch our webinar for hints and tips to assist you in preparing for your trip to USQ in Australia, including information on:

  • renting in Australia
  • schooling and childcare
  • bills and living costs
  • medical, medications and the Australian health system
  • location and distance from the university
  • support at USQ.

You can check the slides we have prepared for you about what you need to know before coming to Australia. Our pre-arrival fact sheet (195KB) contains relevant information that will help you prepare for life at USQ and in Australia.

Welcome to USQ

These tips will help make your first step towards studying at university a success.

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