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For the purpose of this demo we will assume that a student is looking to apply for an undergraduate degree.

8. Responding to your offer

We will review your application and, if all entry requirements are met, you will be sent an offer letter. If you choose to accept, congratulations and welcome to UQ!

If there are conditions you need to satisfy, you will be sent a conditional offer.

To accept this offer you must:

  • meet any outstanding conditions
  • read and sign the streamlined visa processing (SVP) declaration (if you have applied for an SVP-eligible program)
  • return your signed acceptance form, payment details form and SVP declaration (if applicable), along with the tuition fee deposit ($8000) and Overseas Student Healthcare Cover (OSHC) payment. These should be emailed to

We will process your acceptance and, if everything is satisfactory, issue a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE). Your CoE is an official statement from the University confirming you have accepted a place in a UQ program and have paid your tuition deposit.You will need your CoE to apply for a student visa.

If you wish to defer commencement of your studies, contact UQ International Admissions for advice.

Next steps

Get a student visa

To apply for your visa, lodge your student visa application form with your CoE to the nearest Australian High Commission or Embassy.

If you have a package offer, both CoEs need to be submitted at the time of visa application.

Learn more about student visas


Once you have accepted your place at UQ, the next step is to enrol in your chosen program.

Go to Starting at UQ

Attend Orientation and begin your UQ study experience

With its full program of social and academic activities, Orientation, or “O-Week”, is designed to introduce you to life and study at UQ.

Held in the week before the start of semesters one and two, it's a great way to meet new people and make the transition to life at university.

O-Week also includes cultural activities and entertainment, especially on Market Day when you can sign-up for student clubs and societies (and get lots of free stuff!).

Learn more about O-Week