School of Architecture

Future Students

UQ’s School of Architecture offers courses that meet the changing demands of the profession and make a positive contribution to the shaping of our built environment and culture. 

Studying architecture at UQ means that you will benefit from and contribute to a tradition of excellence while attaining a degree from one of the leading architecture schools in Australia. Our high-calibre staff comprise of professional architects and leading researchers. This ensures that course content forms a strong foundation on which to build your career.


Current Students

Throughout your architecture degree, there are many opportunities to get involved in hands-on community-based projects, as well as overseas study – providing you with an international architectural perspective.


Scholarships

UQ and the School of Architecture have a generous academic scholarship program in place to provide support for financially disadvantaged students and to encourage high-achieving students.

  • UQ Advantage Awards

    Advantage Awards

    The UQ Advantage Award is a new program for undergraduate students that combines participation in a range of co-curricular activities across three core categories and access to a unique symposium series.

  • Architecture scholarship and prizes winners with Executive Dean, Sandra Kaji-O'Grady

    Scholarships and Prizes

    UQ has a generous academic scholarship program in place to provide support for financially disadvantaged students and to encourage high-achieving students

  • UQ Architecture Student Project

    Summer Research Program

    Find out how you can gain research experience working alongside some of the university’s leading academics and researchers during the summer vacation.

  • UQ Architecture Student Project

    Winter Research Program

    Find out how you can gain research experience working alongside some of the university’s leading academics and researchers during the winter vacation. A list of Winter projects will be made available shortly.