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Study Education at a university in the world's top 50 

UQ School of Education is always seeking to create and share knowledge that will shape policies and practices in both the local and global education communities.

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Over 95% of our graduates are offered jobs upon graduation.

80,000 job openings by 2022 for Primary School Teachers.

64,000 job openings from now till 2022 for Secondary School Teachers.




UQ School of Education PhD Candidate Beth Madsen has received a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Alaska for six months. Ms Madsen will use this scholarship to look at funding as a form of policy enactment within Indigenous education.

Why choose teaching at UQ?

Inspire the next generation. 

UQs teacher preparation programs offer smaller class sizes for a personalised education, supervised field experiences with strong relationships to P-12 schools and access to peer support.  Learn from dynamic instructors using active learning strategies and continue your education by doing research alongside internationally known researchers.  Experience the relationship between theory and practice by choosing to study Teaching at UQ.

William Webster, Education student, shares his experience of UQ's outstanding Bachelor of Education programs.


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Acknowledgement of Country

The School acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander custodianship of the Australian continent and pays respect to their Ancestors and their descendants, who continue cultural and spiritual connections to Country. We recognise their valuable contributions to Australian and global society.