The University of Queensland – Brisbane, Australia
The University of Queensland is a truly global institution and is ranked as one of the Top 100 Universities worldwide. It is located in Brisbane, which is the capital of the state of Queensland and situated on the country’s East coast. Brisbane is the third most populous city in Australia and a great place to live and study. The city has a burgeoning live music scene and has a lively culture that encompasses everything from a film festival to celebrations of local food and drink. Amenities in the city are excellent too, with sports, performing arts, art, restaurants, shops and entertainment all very well represented. Brisbane also sits in an area of great natural beauty, ideal for outdoors enthusiasts, from rock climbers to surfers.
Vietnamese students who want to study at the University of Queensland can do so via the direct link the institution has with the Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE). Of the 46,000+ students at the University of Queensland, more than 11,000 are international students so you will be in great company if you choose to study here. The opportunities for research, teaching, learning and training are some of the best in the world and the range of course options is broad.
The flexible programs of study at the University of Queensland allow students to choose their own path, whether that’s forging ahead into pioneering research or forming the next generation of global leaders.
Studying at the University of Queensland ensures lots of extracurricular fun, including joining some of the university’s 100+ clubs and societies, participating in one of the many sporting opportunities and enjoying the broad range of facilities. Then there’s the social aspect of life at the University of Queensland – the student population here is fascinating and diverse.
AVSE can help you make practical decisions about your move to the University of Queensland from finding somewhere to live to choosing courses and obtaining a student visa. Contact Peter Goudge, Managing Director of the Australia-Vietnam School of English (AVSE), for more information: email@example.com