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Indigenous Engagement

We seek to foster, promote and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures.

Welcome to the Indigenous Engagement Division

Our work is underpinned by a recognition of the enormous contributions that Indigenous peoples and perspectives bring to universities and an understanding of the transformative power of higher education for individuals and communities.

This work encompasses all of the University's operations - teaching and learning, research, engagement/enrichment and its physical and operating environments. The Division seeks to engage and activate the UQ leadership and community in a commitment to Reconciliation and to achieve the University's strategic goals.

The University of Queensland acknowledges the Traditional Owners and their custodianship of the lands on which UQ operates.

A Guidance Through Time by Quandamooka artists, Casey Coolwell and Kyra Mancktelow. The complete artwork represents reconciliation at UQ and elements champion UQ values and connections between Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous peoples.

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Study with us

Study with us

Find study options to suit your career goals and discover how to apply. 

Current students

Current students

Discover support services and community groups to engage with during your time at UQ. 

Engage with us

Engage with us

There's plenty of ways to connect with us and get involved. You can also link to our Giving page to support current and future students.



Explore employment opportunities throughout UQ and beyond. 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit (ATSISU)

The ATSISU supports and encourages the celebration of Indigenous cultures and recognises the enormous contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people bring to UQ.

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Indigenous engagement at UQ

The Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) leads UQ's involvement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, staff, researchers and alumni, as well as the wider Indigenous community.

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23 June

InspireU Health Sciences Camp

Immerse yourself in a week-long university experience from 23-28 June 2024 to learn about a range of health sciences. You'll get to explore your potential study options and get practical insights into these disciplines.

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