Information for new students

Welcome to the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Science.

You are joining a diverse community of students, academics, researchers and professional staff.

We offer a range of services and resources to help you settle in and make the most of your time at UQ. 

Log into my.uq to complete your online enrolment

The Starting at UQ website provides a step-by-step guide for completing your enrolment online.

Starting at UQ includes helpful resources for new UQ students including information on collecting your Student ID, textbooks, and student finances. 

Read the enrolment guide for your program

Make sure you read the information provided with your offer letter, which contains information about your program (degree) and any post admission requirements, particularly information on clinical placements.

Plan your program

Visit the Future Students website to find out about compulsory and recommended courses for your program and to plan your course selection for the upcoming semester.


Attend UQ Orientation

Visit the Future Students website for information on new student events, including Orientation Week, campus tours and workshops, as well as information on getting to, and around campus.

Explore our student resources

Check out our student administration enquires page where you'll find a range of resources, including common student administration questions, health and wellbeing information, academic support, and tips on settling in and Uni life.

Contact us

If you’re unsure whether your preferred courses will fulfil the requirements of your program, you can get in touch via phone on (07) 3365 7487, email, or make an in-person appointment with a faculty program officer. 

The Faculty office is located on Level 4 of the Social Sciences Building (#24), Campbell Rd, St Lucia and is open between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday.

UQ Orientation

Visit the UQ Orientation website for more information on Orientation Week and your first steps as a UQ student.

Visit UQ Orientation

Welcome session

We understand you may be a little nervous and perhaps unsure of how to make the most of your UQ experience, so we have put together a 1 hour presentation to give you a few tips and pointers to help with your transition.

Register for a Welcome Session presentation