About

The UQ Faculty of Science offers study, research and partnership opportunities across a large and diverse range of disciplines.

We foster strong links between the enabling and applied sciences, and underpin all our activities with world-class facilities and a vibrant and supportive academic environment.

  #1 in the world

We are ranked #1 globally for biodiversity conservation (CWUR by Subject 2017).

  #5 in the world

We are ranked #5 globally for agriculture (NTU Ranking 2017).

  #7 in the world

We are ranked #7 globally for biotechnology (ARWU by Subject 2018).

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The UQ Faculty of Science is one of Australia’s largest and most successful groups of tertiary science and mathematics teachers and researchers.

Experts in our research-intensive schools and centres educate and inspire some 8870* undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students, and collaborate with industry, government and international partners to ensure the greatest impact of our research. Our continued success is measured by the exceptional quality of our graduates, who leave UQ ready to lead, create, innovate and solve complex problems in areas of agriculture, health, business, security and environmental management. 

- Professor Melissa Brown, Executive Dean

See our mission, vision and strategy.

*As at July 2018