Undergraduate study

You can study astrophysics by enrolling in a Bachelor of Science and majoring in physics, mathematics or computational science.

    You may choose to complete an additional honours year, during which you will have the chance to conduct original research within our group.

    Specific astrophysics courses include:

    Visit our School's study pages for more information about our degrees, or visit UQ's Future Students webpages for the Bachelor of Science majors.

    Summer (vacation) research scholarships

    UQ offers summer research scholarships to promising undergraduate students, usually after their second or third year of study.

    The program runs in our long vacation, December to February (Southern summer). We can take students in the June-August (Northern summer) period but only if you're self-funded.

    Postgraduate research

    We're always interested in welcoming new postgraduate members at the graduate diploma, masters and higher degree by research levels.

    Find out how to apply to join us to do your PhD in Astrophysics here.

    Visit our School's Study pages for more information, including how to apply:

      Career prospects

      Read Professor Tamara Davis's insights into careers in astrophysics.