Study in Australia: University of Central Queensland
Central Queensland University (CQU) was founded in 1967, it is one of the most dedicated and enthusiastic universities in Australia. CQU was voted among the top universities of 10% of the reputable universities worldwide.
Central Queensland University was founded in 1967 with the first name of Queensland Institute of Technology, and in 1994 the school was officially changed its name to Central Queensland University (CQUniversity). The school is known not only for quality curriculum and research programs, but also known by the number of training facilities located along the coast of Western Australia.
The strengths of the school:
– As a leader in the field of distance training, CQU is located its branch in Rockhampton, Bundaberg, Gladstone, Mackay and Emerald, the University also has international facilities in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne and the Gold Coast region.
– The CQU graduates have been recruited to the highest level, more than 10% above the national average standard. Over 90% of bachelor’s graduates find full-time jobs within 4 months after graduation-is also higher than 10% above the national average (according to occupation research after graduation in Australia) .
CQ University has been outstanding over than the other public universities in the country, according to Hobson, the publisher of The Good University Guide 2009, this school is ranked at 5 stars for initial wages, vocational guidance and diversity.
– With a 5-star quality and curriculum, research and community service, Central Queensland University has made more than 25,000 students from over 100 different countries to succeed in their studies.