UQ ICMJ is an Agriculture-focused club, giving students the opportunity to build careers in the meat industry. ICMJ members learn the fundamentals of meat quality and have the chance to attend two conferences, including the Northern Beef Conference and the ICMJ Wagga Conference, where students can showcase their learnings in meat judging, through a series of competitions. Networking with industry professionals is a key aspect of ICMJ, giving students a foot in the door with prestige Ag companies, this is fundamental to building careers and relationships in the industry.
Club Tag: Gatton
We’re the student association for the UQ Equine Science degree. Our aim is to connect likeminded people who have a particular interest in horses. We provide events to network students with industry professionals throughout their time at university. Our hopes are for students to have better employment opportunities available after they graduate.
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Agriculture Science can join the UQ Agricultural Science Society. We provide extracurricular networking and learning activities to ensure that you graduate from UQ with a comprehensive understanding of the agricultural industry.
The University of Queensland Wildlife Association (UQWA) aims to connect like-minded wildlife students and wildlife-interested people with information, experiences, and training that are assets in the industry.
The University of Queensland Agribusiness Association (UQAA) serves as the student association for all students within Agribusiness or related dual degree programs. UQAA aims to connect students with career-enhancing opportunities and potential employers by partnering with a diverse range of Agribusinesses.
The Gatton Student Association, affectionately known as the GSA, is an association for the students of Gatton, voted in by the students of Gatton. We host a vast array of social events that run all year round!
Evangelical Students (ES) is a community of Christian students who seek to grow in God’s Word and be trained together to reach the campus and the world for Christ.
The VTA is the student association representing all students studying either Veterinary Technology or a dual degree of Veterinary Technology & Agribusiness at UQ Gatton Campus.
By managing these functions, the UQVSA aims to provide a professional voice of representation for UQ veterinary science students, while supporting their needs to help them graduate not only with an excellent education, but also a rewarding and enriching university experience.
UQ GISA serves to assist new international students, helping them to adjust to campus life and culture shock, through organized activities. This association also helps bring awareness to the campus about international foods, culture, and diversity through events throughout the year. We create a home for all of the international students studying in the University of Queensland Gatton. This is a home away from home. Love and nurture…