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USQ UpSkill

Professional learning for the 21st Century

USQ UpSkill ensures study is practical for your career and for you

The University of Southern Queensland offers online minicourses of approximately 40 hours of learning over four weeks. You can access your minicourse anywhere, meaning you can gain credentials as you get to work each day, while sitting on your couch at home, or any time in between.

Popular Courses

New
GCBU

Graduate Certificate Of Business

Alternate entry means you don't necessarily have to have completed an undergraduate bachelor degree.

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UPR5011

Campaigning For Change

Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

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UPC5011

Connecting With Audience

Next Intake 11 Oct 2021

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UMG8021

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

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UED8022

Professional Conversations – Mentoring

Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

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  • New
    GCBU

    Graduate Certificate Of Business

  • UPR5011

    Campaigning For Change

    Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

    Learn More
  • UPC5011

    Connecting With Audience

    Next Intake 11 Oct 2021

    Learn More
  • UMG8021

    Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

    Learn More
  • UED8022

    Professional Conversations – Mentoring

    Next Intake 16 Aug 2021

    Learn More

Why USQ UpSkill?

  • Our Learning Philosophy

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  • Credential Your Current Skills and Knowledge

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  • Gain Digital Badges for Your Resume

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Why USQ?

A recognised leader in online and blended education, the University of Southern Queensland is renowned for our supportive environment and student-focused commitment to learning and teaching.

USQ UpSkill is an initiative of the university, and focuses on shorter pieces of learning's. To learn more about USQ and the University's full degree offerings, please go to the USQ website.

USQ acknowledges the Giabal and Jarowair peoples of the Toowoomba area, the Jagera, Yuggera and Ugarapul peoples of Ipswich and Springfield, the Kambuwal peoples of Stanthorpe and the Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation, Sydney as the keepers of ancient knowledge where USQ campuses and hubs have been built and also pays respect to Elders – past, present and future.
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