There are two ways you can apply to CQUniversity as a Study Abroad student.
Successful applicants will receive an offer pack which includes all the information you will require to proceed with entry into CQUniversity. Follow the steps outlined on how to accept your offer and return this paperwork and tuition fees to the campus. If you have any questions or require any assistance, please email, phone or fax us using the contact details we provide you.
An electronic confirmation of enrolment (COE) will then be issued to you. You will require this COE to obtain a student visa from the Australian Embassy or Consulate in your home country.
Once you have been granted a student visa, start to prepare your travel and accommodation arrangements. If you require assistance in these areas, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Study Abroad fee for undergraduate and postgraduate is AUD 7 360 for a standard full time term (a maximum of four courses) at all participating Study Abroad campuses.
Please see the 2014 fees guide for a full list of tuition fees.
If you are a student of a current exchange partner university of CQUniversity, a fee waiver or different fee structure may apply. Please enquire to find out more.
GlobaLinks Scholarship Program
This scholarship is offered through GlobaLinks for students who have proven financial need, personal motivation and academic achievement. A committee of U.S. University advisers assess the applications based on the following set of criteria.
Students interested in this scholarship should contact:
Study in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific
12050 N. Pecos Street, Suite 320
Westminster, CO 80234
Tel: 1 800 980 0033
Fax: 303 446 2214
CQUniversity welcomes students using government loans to finance their education. CQUniversity is an approved foreign school for US students and they are able to take their study at any CQUniversity campus. Students should quote the following reference number in their loan application documents - OPE identification number 03097500. Please enquire at the international office at your home university for more information.
It is very important that students apply for a student visa before arriving in Australia. The Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) is responsible for providing advice and issuing visas on entry to Australia.
You may also contact your nearest Australian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission to apply. For further information visit the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
Student visa holders are required by DIBP to have Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) for the duration of their studies. Payment of OSHC must be made when you pay your tuition fee, prior to coming to Australia.