Information for new students

Everything you need to get started in the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology!

Here you’ll find all the information you need to get started in your new program, make the most of your studies, meet new people and find support.

Get set to study

New to UQ? These essential new student resources will have you set to study in no time.

Academic Integrity Tutorial

It is compulsory for all students at UQ to complete the Academic Integrity Modules during your first semester of study; and it is strongly encouraged to do Part A prior to the commencement of classes in Week 1 of semester.

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UQ Student Charter

It is important that you are familiar with the principals of the Student Charter, and that you apply these principals in all your activities as a UQ Student.

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Key dates

The UQ academic calendar provides a lot of dates, and you should review to find the ones which are important or relevant to you.

Transport and accommodation

UQ’s Living in Brisbane page offers tips for finding transport, accommodation and health and safety information.

Financial assistance

Whether you’re looking for work or in need of financial assistance, UQ’s student support team have information and advice on finance, scholarships and jobs.

Resources for studying online

Get tips, equipment, and resources to successfully study online, including borrowing laptops, studying from home, and submitting assessment online.

Essential online systems

As a new UQ student, there are a few key programs and online systems that you will need to use from your first day of study. Make sure you familiarise yourself with these and download any programs or software you might need before your classes begin.

Plan your program

These resources have been developed to help you to choose your courses and to plan the first year of your program.

Academic English assistance and support

All new students are encouraged to take part in academic English screening at the beginning of their first semester. This is a quick assessment designed to identify those students who are more likely to need additional academic English support.

Get connected and grow your skills

Make friends, learn something new, and have amazing experiences, on and off-campus.