It's never too early - or late - for your child or student to explore their future study and career options.
As a parent, teacher or career adviser you play a valuable role in guiding them through their exciting journey to gain their first degree.
At USC, we provide a range of options to connect students with university to raise aspirations, provide information on their educational pathway and support the transition from school to university.
For parents we have created a dedicated space - the USC Parent Lounge - with all the info parents need to support their child on their journey to university.
For schools, find out more about our range of university experiences both on our campus and at your school as well as our outreach programs and resources for schools. We cater to students from years 5 to 12.
Studying at USC
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Schools and Parents News
Young students fast forward to future jobs
More than 250 Year 5 school students from Hervey Bay and Maryborough discovered a future filled with exciting career possibilities at USC’s Fraser Coast campus today
Moreton Bay school leavers heading to USC
Forty per cent of Australian Christian College Moreton’s 2017 graduating cohort are heading to USC, some of them the first in their family to attend university.
Abby pursues teaching ambition at USC Caboolture
Abby Davidson’s dream of becoming a teacher has started to become a reality with the OP3 student enrolling to study at USC’s Caboolture campus.
Education students help schools teach coding
Five USC preservice teachers have created resources to help schools teach coding and robotics to children from Prep to Year 6.
30 November 2017
USC jobs expo to shake up stereotypes
Stereotypes are expected to be smashed, and career ambitions raised at a special expo for about 200 young Sunshine Coast school students on Friday 1 December.