Whatever you want to be and wherever you want to study there's a place for you at CQUniversity Australia. Depending on what type of student you are, and what level of study that you wish to pursue and which campus you would like to study at, there is a different application process. You'll find all the possibilities covered below.
A new era in education has arrived.
Following a merger with CQ TAFE on 1 July 2014, CQUniversity is now a more comprehensive university offering a wider choice of education and training options. We now offer hundreds of options from short courses, certificates and diplomas through to undergraduate, postgraduate and research higher degrees.
Find out how you can apply for the full range of CQUniversity Programs:
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Students enrolled in undergraduate or coursework postgraduate programs at other tertiary institutions may apply to undertake CQUniversity courses for credit towards their award programs. This category of admission is termed cross-institutional enrolment.
Approval is needed from the student's home institution, and must be attached as part of the application. Applicants seeking admission can do so by downloading the Cross Institutional application form.
Cross-institutional students are eligible to access the same fee systems they are receiving at their host university (eg HECS or FEE-HELP) unless they are choosing to enrol a course that has a different fee structure. For example, a Commonwealth supported undergraduate student currently receiving HECS-HELP may need to pay full tuition fees for a postgraduate CQUniversity course, or apply for FEE-HELP.
An application of cross-institutional enrolment applies only to one academic year. Students wishing to continue their enrolment into subsequent academic years must apply again in full.
Have a question? More information on application procedures for cross-institutional enrolment may be obtained by calling the Student Contact Centre on 13CQUni (132786) or email us at http://contactus.cqu.edu.au
If you have undertaken study in the last ten year, or have appropriate work experience you may be eligible for credit towards your CQUniversity degree. Find out more about credit at CQUniversity.