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ATAR FAQs - Getting into uni in 2021
The Queensland secondary education system is changing. This means that some parts of tertiary entrance will also change, but some things will stay the same.
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In the newsUSC Newsroom
High-tech sandbox helps farmers visualise water flow23 November
A Civil Engineering Honours student’s Augmented Reality (AR) hydrology sandbox will be used by Queensland’s peak horticulture industry body Growcom to help teach local growers about water movement in the field, as well as by USC to teach Engineering students about hydrology.
Media and politics spark graduate’s research career28 October
A new USC Arts graduate and University Medallist fascinated by the intersection of media and politics in today’s rapidly changing world is now researching the different ways that the issue of climate change is presented in the news.
USC sets wheels in motion for bike shop manager’s new career20 October
Matthew McCurdy, 35, has made a career change to teach science and maths at Warwick State High School after recently graduating from USC and earning a University Medal for his excellent grade point average of 6.88 out of 7.