Central Queensland University

Be what you want to be

Central Queensland University (CQU) is an Australian dual-sector university that provides higher education and vocational training to more than 30,000 students studying on‑campus and online. CQU is one of the largest universities based in regional Australia, with campuses in Adelaide, Brisbane, Bundaberg, Cairns, Emerald, Gladstone, Mackay, Melbourne, Rockhampton, Sydney and Townsville, and partnership arrangements with many regional study hubs. CQU is proud to be recognised as Australia’s most inclusive university with some of the highest ratios of students from disadvantaged, mature-age, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and first‑in‑family backgrounds. This commitment to access and inclusion means that CQU defines itself by who it embraces, rather than who it excludes.


Our contribution

for the Atollo project

Central Queensland University is proud to be an associate partner and a member of the Quality Assurance Team in the transformative Atollo Project. Academics from CQU’s School of Education and the Arts will contribute to Work Package 3, which focuses on the development of digital educational content for learners with disabilities, and Work Package 4, which includes piloting and evaluation of digital educational content and quality assurance. These contributions align with the University’s expertise and its strong focus on social innovation, accessible education and global outreach.

Our mission

Let’s do something great together!

CQU’s purpose is to provide world-class, inclusive education, training and research opportunities to its students, partners and communities across Australia and internationally.

CQU’s vision is to be Australia’s most accessible and supportive university, connecting its regions to the world through innovative education, training and research excellence.


Where can you find us

Queensland Office


Bruce Highway, North Rockhampton QLD 4702

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