Things to do at UQ Gatton Campus

Students at UQ Gatton enjoy the benefits of a personalized educational experience and the opportunity to study among like-minded peers who share a passion for Agriculture, Animals, Veterinary Science, Food or the Environment.

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There are a large number of events that happen on campus that students can get involved in, including Market Day, Walkway Markets, Country Campus Challenge, UQ Gatton Careers Fair, Gatton Fiesta (2nd Semester Market Day), UQ Veterinary Students Association Trade Fair, Charity Week, Diversity Week, Research Week, Teaching and Learning Week and the Gatton Student Association Ball. To keep up to date with news and events follow UQ Gatton on Facebook.

Regardless of your interest there is something for everyone on the Gatton campus, whether it is a sporting or academic interest there are a large number of clubs and societies available to join.
  • Agribusiness Association
  • Cattleman’s Club
  • Gatton International Student Association (GISA)
  • Equine Association
  • Student Wildlife Association of Gatton (SWAG)
  • UQ Gatton Past Students Association Inc.
  • UQ Gatton Staff & Graduates Club
  • UQ Gatton Student Association (GSA)
  • UQ Veterinary Students Association
If you’re interested in studying at the UQ Veterinary School, you will study at the UQ Gatton campus!

UQ Veterinary School’s Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) program

Program title: Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)
Location: Gatton, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Program duration: 5 years
Application deadline: Nov. 15, 2014; however, as the UQ Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) program can fill quickly, it is recommended that students apply as early as possible.


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