The outside of the Andrew N. Liveris building.

An innovative new building at The University of Queensland is more than just smart architecture - it has the potential to unlock ways for Australia to transition to a sustainable, zero-emissions economy.

13 April 2022
UQ's Natalie Grider says AFLW's growing popularity is good for achieving equity goals.

Natalie Grider has kicked many personal goals since being drafted into the Brisbane Lions’ AFLW team, including one that many professional footballers never achieve – a premiership title.

10 March 2022
UQ's Forgan Smith Building lit up in rainbow colours.

The University of Queensland has increased the number and types of bursaries available for LGBTQIA+ students and expanded the eligibility criteria, to include students who’ve accepted a full-time place but are yet to enrol.

25 February 2022
2022 Queensland Rhodes Scholar Tahlia Smith

University of Queensland alumnus Tahlia Smith will be heading to Oxford after being named Queensland's 2022 Rhodes Scholar.

27 October 2021
Two men standing in front of a staircase

Two first-year University of Queensland students are the inaugural recipients of the Warwick Solar Farm – Bright Futures Scholarship, an annual investment in the Southern Downs community.

13 August 2021
Denzel Strauss (foreground) at his scholarship presentation with Baidam Solutions staff including CEO Phillip (Pip) Jenkinson (kneeling in second row)

A University of Queensland commerce and IT student’s path to becoming a business analyst has been boosted thanks to scholarship support from Baidam Solutions – an Indigenous-owned Supply Nation-certified Information Technology business.

11 August 2021

Three University of Queensland researchers will advance their studies at universities and research institutes in the United States after being awarded Fulbright Scholarships.

25 June 2021
Amritesh Kumar Maurya with his parents

An Indian student who grew up in a slum in Delhi will have access to an international education thanks to The University of Queensland’s partnership with Asha – an Indian non-profit organisation which improves the lives of slum dwellers.

21 April 2021
Lakeisha Patterson standing in front of a white backdrop, wearing an Australian uniform

Six-time Paralympic Swimming medallist Lakeisha Patterson OAM’s preparations for the Tokyo Paralympic Games have been boosted by a University of Queensland Sporting Scholarship.

22 March 2021
Jessica Harper sitting amidst green-coloured crops

Three University of Queensland PhD candidates will receive up to $120,000 each plus leadership training after being named 2021 Westpac Future Leaders Scholars.

26 February 2021

A tiny weed with huge potential has prompted University of Queensland PhD candidate and 2020 Charlie Perkins Scholarship winner Audrey McInnerney to head to the UK’s University of Cambridge.

3 September 2020
Dr Kristen Radford, left, Adam Briner and Chloe Yap.

University of Queensland scientists are heading ‘stateside’ with the support of 2020 Fulbright scholarships.

21 January 2020

The Australian Government is offering 40 students up to $60,000 each in financial assistance for eligible programs at UQ’s Gatton campus.

20 December 2019
Rhiannan Bartos, Anna Truffet, Lawrence Rivera, William Topping

Four University of Queensland undergraduate students are set to pursue their dreams after being named as 2020 New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholars.

28 November 2019
(L-R) Professor Peter Halley, Javan McGuckin, Lilly Van Gilst, Flynn Pearman, Victoria Barnes, James Orman, Professor Vicki Chen.

Five future engineering leaders and problem-solvers have become the first to receive scholarships created by the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership.

14 November 2019