Brisbane International Campus – CQU
The campus offers courses in business, accounting, information technology, hospitality management, and multimedia studies for both graduate and undergraduate levels.
The media focused Faculty of Informatics and Communications is located at BIC that offers courses in information technology, e-commerce, internet communication, journalism, information systems, multimedia, electronic journalism and business.
The students of Brisbane International Campus may have their accommodation at UniLodge Brisbane, an establishment that occupies the same building where the campus is located.
Brisbane was named after the river that was named after Sir Thomas Brisbane, the governor of New South Wales from 1821 to 1825. With a population of over 2 million, Brisbane is the capital and the most populous city in Queensland and the third most populous in Australia.
The city is the third most popular destination for international tourist in Australia, just behind Sydney and Melbourne. The popular tourist and recreation areas include the South Bank Parklands, City Botanic Gardens, Portside Wharf, Roma Street Parkland, Brisbane Forest Park and the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary which is the world’s first koala sanctuary.