Association of Postgraduate Students

The UQU Association of Postgraduate Students (APS) is a UQU Collective that caters to the needs of around 14,000 postgraduate students at The University of Queensland.
The UQU Association of Postgraduate Students (APS) is a UQU Collective that caters to the needs of around 14,000 postgraduate students at The University of Queensland.

APS aims to create a platform for all postgraduate students to engage socially and professionally with students from other schools, faculties, nationalities, cultures and general interests.

All UQ postgraduate students are automatically members and are encouraged to get involved with UQU APS events across campus.

Who can become a member?

All UQ Postgraduate students are automatically members of the collective.

What are the interests of your collective?


  • Professional development

  • Networking

  • Academic support

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Research 101 – Know Your Student Rights

UQU APS and UQU VP for Student Rights have worked together to develop a STUDENT/SUPERVISOR AGREEMENT. With this document, both the student and supervisor will set their goals, the project plan/expectations, as well as what they expect from each other. Both parties will be informed of their duties and rights and will sign this agreement.