Each year UQ College welcomes students from over 50 countries into our English language and pathway programs.  Our community is part of The University of Queensland, home to 13,000 international students from 140 countries, and 50,000 students in total.


Learning together

In English language courses at UQ College you will be in a small class, with a maximum of 18 students, from all over the world. From your first day, your teacher will get you working in pairs and groups on interesting topics and real-world uses of English language.

Your teacher will encourage you to speak up and give you personal feedback.

You will soon feel confident to use English outside the classroom in your daily life.


UQ College is located in buildings in the centre of UQ St Lucia campus.   

Our buildings feature:

  • large glass windows throughout to let in natural light and beautiful views
  • a Learning Centre with lounge and table areas for group study
  • a large foyer, break-out and outdoor spaces with seating so it is easy to find a place to sit between classes or for study
  • a 200-seat auditorium for workshops and guest lectures by academics
  • an outdoor area where you can enjoy the weather, charge your phone, get free wi-fi, water and relax.
What makes our campus special?

The University of Queensland St Lucia campus offers the best campus facilities in Australia in one beautiful location.

Take a video tour to see the sport and other facilities our students use every day.;


Student communities at UQ

We think joining a social group is the best way to learn English and adjust to living here. UQ has over 200 student clubs and societies for you to choose from so you are sure to find a group to suit you.

See all UQ community clubs and societies

Is your culture or country represented by a club at UQ?

UQ student clubs and societies support students and celebrate cultures from Afghanistan to Vietnam. Find out if your culture is represented.

View all UQ clubs and societies