UniSC | University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Five-star teaching

Become part of a university that supports you. UniSC is one of the best universities in Australia for teaching quality and the student experience. Come find out why.

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UniSC is the second ranked public university in Australia and No. 1 in QLD* for overall educational experience. And we have a five-star rating for teaching!

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UniSC Para Sport

Welcome to our Para Sport Hub – an Australian first – housed right here at the University of the Sunshine Coast. The world-class facilities at UniSC make us the ideal home for a multi-sport community of Para athletes.

It's all happening at UniSC. Apply to study in 2023.
It's all happening at UniSC

From feeding seaweed to cows to cut methane emissions, to creating a life-saving vaccine for koalas, to immersing our students in their studies by taking them out of textbooks and into 3D and virtual reality learning experiences. Apply now to study at UniSC in 2023.

Our rankings

1st in Queensland for Global Impact Rankings THE Impact Rankings 2022
Top 3% globally for 'Climate Action' impact THE Impact Rankings 2022
5th in the world for our global impact to 'Clean Water and Sanitation' THE Impact Rankings 2022
3rd in Australia for our global impact to 'Life on Land' THE Impact Rankings 2022
UniSC shines in guide with 5-star ratings, employment outcomes

After emerging as Queensland’s top public university for student experience, the University of the Sunshine Coast continues to glow in the latest Good Universities Guide.

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Breaking the tradition

A first-world country with a disgraceful domestic and family violence problem. A developing Latin American nation with a unique model for policing it. And, a world-first study by a multi-national team of university researchers, asking the question: Can Argentina’s female-led police stations teach Australia and the western world how to better respond to, and prevent, gender-based violence?