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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

At USQ, we are dedicated to our students and want to see you succeed. As an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student, you’ll benefit from access to a variety of support services and programs throughout your learning journey. We also offer a number of degrees exploring Indigenous Australian perspectives and ways of thinking, unlocking the door to a number of career opportunities. Take the next step towards study and let USQ support you along the way.

Deadly Ways Program

The Deadly Ways Program provides regional Indigenous high school students (years 7 to 12) with a real-life university experience.

A taste of uni life

Our engaging and interactive Deadly Ways events are designed to give Indigenous students insight into their study options after high-school and a glimpse of uni life.

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College for Indigenous Studies, Education and Research (CISER)

As a USQ student, you’ll benefit from the study support and guidance provided by our dedicated CISER staff.

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Indigenous Higher Education Pathways Program (IHEPP)

If you don’t have the right school qualifications or it has been some time since you studied, IHEPP is the perfect entry point into your chosen university degree.

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Why USQ

Bundjalung woman Caitlin Easton is gaining valuable experience working for a non-profit organisation.