Student support

Associate Professor Phil BodmanStudying at university is an investment in your future and a transformative experience.

Your time at UQ and BEL Faculty will help you develop both as a person and a professional or researcher. There are lots of opportunities that the Faculty provides to help you do well in your studies and afterwards in your chosen career path. I encourage you to get more from your degree by taking advantage of these opportunities.

Associate Professor Phil Bodman
Associate Dean (Academic)
BEL Faculty

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Start with a plan
Your guide to what courses to enrol in for your degree to ensure you have the best chance of completing your degree with minimal complications.
Student experience
The dedicated Student Experience Team provide academic and administrative support for your undergraduate studies while at UQ.
Support for study concerns
Answers to your study concerns, and what to do if you've received an Academic Progression Warning.

Understand Census Date

Reflect on your accomplishments, and consider how much closer you have come to your goals. Mid-semester assessments are approaching, and we are here to help you put in your best effort. 

It is also important to remember that Census date (financial liability) is coming up on Friday, 31 March. It's time to critically examine your direction at UQ. 

Faculty Collaborative Learning Centre

We help Business, Economics and Law students answer questions they have about their study, and access resources that can help them.

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Get more from your degree

Improve your employability, work with not-for-profit, study overseas and discover new experiences at UQ.

Get more from your degree

Get SET for your career
Get SET for a rewarding career by taking advantage of opportunities to gain experience and build your employability skills throughout your studies.
Study overseas
The exchange and study abroad programs allow students to study for up to one year at universities overseas, whilst still gaining credit towards their program at UQ.
Associations and societies
UQ's active student community provides many opportunities to make friends, build networks and get involved in projects.

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