With the largest footprint of any university in the country, CQUniversity Australia boasts more than 20 national locations; each with its own lively character and range of facilities and services as well as course offerings. Our seamless approach to education and huge range of online and on campus training and study options, means that whether you want to stay close to home or move somewhere new, whether you prefer the bustling city life or the relaxed pace of a regional location, or whether you prefer to study online and access nearby facilities and support when you need it, we've got a location and course to suit.
CQUniversity has 16 campuses across five states of Australia including 11 regional Queensland locations from Cairns to Noosa, along with five CBD campuses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
We’re renowned for online education and social equity; ensuring that no matter your background or location you have access to quality education and training. CQUniversity’s other locations, in the form of Study Centres, Study Hubs, Regional University Centre Partnerships (RUCPs) and Delivery Sites provide varying levels of support, access to facilities, and study options for Australian’s across the country.
- CQUniversity Adelaide
- CQUniversity Biloela Study Centre
- CQUniversity Brisbane
- CQUniversity Broome Study Hub
- CQUniversity Bundaberg
- CQUniversity Busselton Study Hub
- CQUniversity Cairns
- CQUniversity Charters Towers Study Hub
- CQUniversity Emerald
- CQUniversity Gladstone
- CQUniversity Mackay, City
- CQUniversity Mackay, Ooralea
- CQUniversity Melbourne
- CQUniversity Noosa
- CQUniversity Perth
- CQUniversity Rockhampton, City
- CQUniversity Rockhampton, North
- CQUniversity Sydney
- CQUniversity Townsville
- CQUniversity Yeppoon Study Centre
- Cooma Universities Centre
- Geraldton Universities Centre
- Karratha, WA – Pilbra Universities Centre (RUCP)
- Murray Bridge, SA – Murray River Regional Universities Centre (RUCP)
- Port Pirie, SA – Uni Hub Spencer Golf
A Campus is a CQUniversity location with student facilitates such as libraries, lecture theatres and other learning spaces, student advice centres and commercial outlets such as food and beverage. Campuses can be accessed by both on-campus and online study students.
A Study Centre is a CQUniversity location that is a smaller version of a campus. While you will find staff and teaching facilities here, these study centres usually don't have a full range of services, for example, commercial outlets/food and beverage.
A Study Hub is a CQUniversity location where students can drop in to utilise Internet and computing facilities and access information about CQUniversity programs and services. Partner Study Hubs are operated in collaboration with CQUniversity partners such as TAFE and other community organisations. While limited student facilities and services are available at Study Hubs, our friendly staff can help you get in touch with other CQUniversity staff and services.
Regional University Centre Partnership
Federally funded, Regional University Centres (also referred to as Regional Study Hubs by the Australian Government) operate at multiple sites across Australia providing infrastructure as well as academic support for students studying via distance with nominated partner universities. CQUniversity has established and will continue to grow and support Australian’s to access quality education options with a number of Regional University Centre Partnerships (RUCPs).
A Delivery Site is a CQUniversity location where students may need to attend to complete a component of their course.