Universities and TAFEs in Brisbane

Your guide to finding the best university in Brisbane

Queensland has a wide range of universities, each offering a variety of specialties, including a Group of Eight institution. The Good Universities Guide can help understand the entry requirements, as well as provide information on a variety of TAFEs, private institutions and many other tertiary and vocational education providers.

List of Universities in Brisbane

List of TAFEs in Brisbane


Living and studying in Brisbane made easy

Australia’s leading resource for finding the right courses and qualifications for your career of choice is The Good Universities Guide 2018. Discover all you need to know about universities in Brisbane through detailed profiles and ratings. Our comprehensive data is based on the Student Experience and Graduate Destination Surveys, which creates a guide to ensure that choosing the right university is simple. We have also researched and compiled tips and information to get the most out of your study experience.

All the information you need to choose the best course and institution

Brisbane has a many education institutions, with a wide range of courses to suit almost everyone. Whether you’re heading straight to school from high school, returning after a gap year or entering as a mature student, you’ll find all the information you need to get the right qualifications.

Comprehensive ratings for Brisbane universities

The Good Universities Guide contains extensive five-star university ratings in Brisbane. On the website, you can filter your search results across all our measures — including Social Equity, Learner Engagement, Skills Development, Overall Quality, and more. You can further narrow the results by state and field of study.

Scholarships to help you get the best university experience

Applying for a scholarship can be a terrific way to relieve some of the financial burden that can be associated with studying at university or TAFE. There is a wide range scholarships in Brisbane and some offer a couple of hundred dollars for books and stationery, while others provide money for everything from fees to day-to-day living expenses.

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