If you're eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill, you can apply to use your benefits to help pay for your study at UQ.
You may be eligible for benefits if you served in the United States Armed Forces on active duty after September 10, 2001.
How to apply
To apply for benefits:
- Confirm your eligibility for Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits.
- Check if your preferred UQ program is an approved program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if it's not approved.
- Apply for your program.
- Once you're accepted into the program, enrol in your courses.
- Once you've finalised your enrolment, email email@example.com to request certification.
After you email us, we will certify your enrolment for the upcoming semester with the VA. We can only do this until after you've enrolled in courses – so you won't be able to use VA funds to pay acceptance deposits.
You'll need to email the Financial Aid Office each semester to ensure your enrolment is certified.
VA funding is sent directly to UQ and applied to your tuition account. The funds may or may not cover the full tuition amount. If funds don't cover the full amount, you'll be required to pay the difference. If the VA payment is greater than the full tuition amount, you can apply for a refund to have the excess funds sent to your bank account.
Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information before you apply for a refund.
The programs listed have already been approved by the VA. This may not be a complete list as programs are continually being approved.
If your program is not listed, email firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll check if your program is eligible.
We can only submit programs for VA approval when a student who's eligible for VA funding has expressed interest in enrolling in that program.
The VA will not fund any programs that are delivered fully online or by correspondence.
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