Central Queensland University

Australia, Queensland

Founded in 1967, Central Queensland University is a two-sector university originally founded in Rockhampton, Australia. With campuses in all rural provinces, it has 24 campuses across Australia.   The university offers more than 300 undergraduate and graduate programs in the fields of Health, Business, Education, Law, Psychology, Arts, etc.   It is also known as one of Australia's most engaging and attractive universities. The university is renowned for offering many outgoing study opportunities. It enriches about 30,000 students from 70 countries around the world where 5,000 students are students from overseas.

Campus Life

Whether you are a new or current student, or a graduate, the university hopes that your experience with the University gives you the opportunity to become what you want to be. You can browse the student life section on the website to find the information you need as a CQUniversity student or as a graduate who wants to reconnect.

Noted Alumni

Some of the notable alumni are Alexander Horneman-Wren, Deputy President of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal; Brian Babington, Chief Executive Officer of Families Australia; Carolyn Hardy, Advisor to the United Nations trust fund (violence against women) and International board member at Amnesty International; Chris Lee, First Korean to become a cluster General Manager of Marriott International; Dale Last, Councillor and Deputy Mayor in Townsville city.