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Rainbow-coloured corals and fish in Great Barrier Reef. Image credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

Conservation at UQ

Study at UQ and tackle some of the biggest issues facing the modern world.

Learn from the best

Join the world's #1 university for biodiversity conservation research (CWUR 2017).

You'll learn from industry experts and internationally renowned academics, and conduct hands-on research in some of the best locations on the planet.

Gain a world-class education and help secure our global biological diversity.

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Discover how you can study conservation at UQ

Make a real difference to the world around you

My qualifications expanded my career opportunities by providing me with a broad range of knowledge in conservation and environmental science that I could use anywhere in the world.

Morgan Rubanow, Master of Conservation Science

Apply for scholarships

Think scholarships are for other people? Think again.

UQ has a huge range of scholarships available, including scholarships of up to A$10,000 for international students studying the Master of Conservation Biology.

Beyond financial support, our students also benefit from professional development and networking opportunities, so start researching today.

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