The Student Strategy is a multi-year program designed to inspire, align and guide action right across UQ to transform the student experience. Across the lifespan of the plan we will be implementing a range of initiatives to reinvigorate the Teaching and Learning space to ensure a breadth and depth of opportunities are available to all UQ students. The Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) will support the implementation and realisation of the program by providing funding for initiatives. 

You can view the full list of goals and associated initiatives in the White Paper. For information on activities currently underway, click through to the Faculty or Central pages below. We will continue to update these pages as the implementation plan for each project is finalised.

To see how some of school and faculty work is translated into the classroom view the Strategy in action.

2017 Implementation

  • $7.1M has been distributed to faculty and central initiatives for 2017. Most of the 35 initiatives target Employability and Flexible Active Learning.
  • 6 steering groups have been established across 6 UQ faculties9 central portfolios, with more than 20 student representatives. You can read more about the Steering groups below.

For a detailed highlights reel please click here.


2018 Implementation

Implementation in 2018 and beyond will be guided by the feedback and support from the below Steering Groups. Each Steering Group has been formed to advise on priorities and initiatives respective to their dedicated focus areas. The Steering Groups are critical to the collaborative approach of the Student Strategy; voices from academic and professional staff as well as students shape our approach in enhancing the UQ student experience.