Our Education Partner - USQ
We are proud to introduce our strategic education partner of 14 years – USQ.
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) is the number 1 University in Queensland for graduate employability (Good Universities Guide, 2018). A recognised leader in online and blended education, it is renowned for its supportive environment and student-focused commitment to learning and teaching.
USQ is a dynamic, regional University dedicated to providing quality degrees and programs in a flexible and supportive environment.
In over 50 years, USQ has become a prominent teaching and research institution providing education worldwide from three Southern Queensland locations – Toowoomba, Springfield and Ipswich. It is also a globalized institute with also a number of outreach hubs, and national and international education partners – such as UUNZ Institute of Business, it’s partner based in Auckland, New Zealand.
USQ offers the flexibility to study degrees and programs online, making it easier for students to fit career-focused, fully-accredited degrees into their busy lives. It places strong focus on student success which has also seen the university rank 5th in Australia for the MBA programme (AFR Australian MBA rankings) and 11th in the world as the number one for the online MBA programme (CEO Magazine).
The University’s continual focus on providing high quality education ensures graduates are equipped for increasingly dynamic and competitive global and regional environments.
Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI) – Agra, India.
Dayalbagh Educational Institute (DEI) is an educational institution located at Dayalbagh in city of Taj Mahal, Agra, India. DEI consists of 7 faculties and 22 departments in total. DEI offers various programs from undergraduate to Ph.D. along with Distance Education. UUNZ has recently signed an MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with DEI for various joint activities such as Research activities, Exchange of Non-Confidential Information including but not limited to teaching and research documentation, exchange of faculty members and graduate students as visiting scholars for research workshops, lectures and discussions.