Gladstone Campus, CQU
CQU’s Gladstone campus is home to two large research centers: the Process Engineering and Light Metals Center and the Center for Environmental Management. The Gladstone Center for Clean Coal is also located here. It offers undergraduate, post-graduate, bridging courses and plenty of research opportunities.
The Gladstone campus is also responsible for the GReEn Careers project which aims to facilitate career pathways in mining and engineering for residents of the Central Queensland Region.
Unfortunately, Gladstone campus does not provide campus accommodation. The Student Association, however, does provide free referral service for students. For more information on their service, visit the Student Association site here.
A campus map of the Gladstone campus is available here.
A short drive from Discovery Coast, Gladstone is famous for its diving sites in the Southern Barrier Reef. It is home to 62,660 residents and has successfully managed the co-existence of various industries with nature-based tourism. It is a part of the Great Barrier Reef area, making it an ideal spot for tourists. It also has an active sporting community with activities such as archery, yachting, dancing and bowling, among others.
Gladstone experiences warm wet summers and cool dry winters.