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At UniSC, we strive towards preparing our international students to become workforce ready, and excel in their field of study. You will be taught by academics who are experts in their field whilst thriving in a learning environment that supports you throughout your journey.
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International Students

Information for prospective UniSC international students on programs and fees, how to apply and preparing for arrival.

Global Mobility

Information about UniSC's Global Mobility office where you can explore your overseas study opportunities.

International Partnerships

Information about UniSC's agents and representatives, university and global industry partners, and transnational education (TNE) opportunities.

Key rankings

We have received some incredible rankings in 2023, reflecting UniSC's commitment to research, the environment in which the university sits, it’s students and the community.

26 research fields ranked at world standard or above Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA)
1st in Queensland THE Impact Rankings 2023
1st in Queensland for ‘Climate Action’ impact THE Impact Rankings 2023
5 stars for teaching quality

International related news

‘Don’t stand up in a hammock’: Stories from rural teachers changing attitudes
13 Jun

As Australia struggles with teacher shortages outside of major cities, how can more early career teachers be convinced to go to hard-to-staff places?  University of the Sunshine Coast initiatives are helping to make a difference

UniSC tops Queensland for global impact on climate action and zero hunger
12 Jun

The University of the Sunshine Coast has topped Queensland in a major global ranking that measures impact on sustainability standards set by the United Nations.

Research develops new tool to treat deadly superbug
11 Jun

World-leading software that can both detect and predict antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in one of nature’s toughest and deadliest superbugs has been developed by a University of the Sunshine Coast-led research team.