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昆士兰大学理学院

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一、学校简介


昆士兰大学(The University of Queensland),世界百强名校、澳大利亚顶尖学府、著名高等科研学府之一,澳大利亚常春藤名校联盟“八大名校”之一,始建于1910年,是昆士兰州的第一所综合型大学,也是澳大利亚最大、最有声望的大学之一,同时还是六所砂岩学府(Sandstone Universities)之一。昆士兰大学也是UNIVERSITAS 21成员之一,其科学研究的经费及学术水平在澳大利亚的大学之中始终位居前列。2020 U.S. News世界大学排名位居42位,2020QS世界大学排名第47名,昆士兰大学拥有两位诺贝尔奖得主,知名校友包括前澳大利亚总理KevinRudd和前国防部长Peter Gration。


二、项目概况及特色


l 学生将作为昆士兰大学全日制学生注册,与澳大利亚当地及其他国际学生一起进行专业课学习,零距离体验原汁原味的世界级公立名校学习氛围,与世界各地顶尖学者及学生进行脑力激荡

l 本科学生均可修读对应阶段的昆士兰大学理学院的专业课程,获得学分及成绩单,并有机会获得老师推荐信,为之后申研就业助力

l 每学期最低修读8学分,对应4门课程

l 学生可选择春季或者秋季学期入学;


三、选课说明


理学院 (Faculty of Science) 课程对学生开放,理学部涵盖以下6个学院:

l   Schoolof Agriculture and Food Sciences 农业与食品科学学院

l   Schoolof Biological Sciences 生物学系

l   Schoolof Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences化学及太空分子生物学

l   Schoolof Earth and Environmental Sciences 地球与环境科学学院

l   Schoolof Mathematics and Physics数学及物理学系

l   Schoolof Veterinary Science 兽医学院


学生可以从以下专业中进行课程选择:Animal andVeterinary Bioscience, Archaeological Science, Biochemistry and MolecularBiology, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Science, Chemistry, Computer Science,Ecology, Food Science and Technology, Genetics, Geographical Sciences,Geological Sciences, Marine Biology, Marine Science, Mathematics, Microbiology,Physics, Plant Science, Psychology, Public Health, Statistics, Zoology

每学期8学分,对应4门课程。具体选课可以查看以下链接:https://my.uq.edu.au/programs-courses


四、热门课程介绍:


l Planet Earth: The Big Picture(ERTH1000): Semester 1 (February start),or semester 2 (July start)


This introductory course is for students intending to specialize in geology, environmental sciences, environmental management, or marine sciences. Through lectures, a practical laboratory class and a part-day field trip you will gain an understanding of the structure and character of the Earth’s core, mantle, and crust, geological materials, plate tectonics, geological hazards, Earth resources, geological time, the fossil record, and human impacts on the environment. You will get a well-rounded overview of modern Earth science through practical examples and activities from areas such as environmental management, civil engineering, atmospheric chemistry, and toxicology.


l Molecular Microbiology(MICR3003): Semester 1 (February start)


Pre-requisite: Year 2 microbiology, biochemistry, chemistry or infectious disease

What are the major component parts of microorganisms and how do they coordinate their functions? How can we introduce new genes into bacterial cells? How do we sequence a bacterial genome and compare it with others? This course introduces you to the molecular methods for answering these fascinating questions. The course consist of up to date lecture material and challenging practical laboratory classes. Practical classes include advanced methods of gene cloning and protein expression and fermentation leading to the production of beer and biofuels. It is expected that you have completed a second level course in microbiology, biochemistry, chemistry or infectious disease so you are familiar with fundamental concepts and can understand relevant scientific jargon and acronyms.


l Food for a Healthy Planet(AGRC1040): Semester 1 (February start)


either campus. Lectures that are held at St Luciawill be live-streamed to Gatton, and vice versa.)

One of the most pertinent challenges of humankind is how tofeed 12 billion people and maintain the integrity and functionof our planet. Have you ever thought about what the foodsyou eat contain and how much energy, water, labour, fertiliser,and pesticides are used in their production, processing, anddistribution? In this course you will evaluate food nutritionallyand environmentally and will try to answer these questions.You will work collaboratively with experts to investigate andresearch current and future foods in local and global contexts, human nutrition and food safety, plant and animal production,environmental sustainability, and food security.


l Environmental Managementin Mining(ENVM3305) : Semester 2 (July start)


As mining activity intensifies globally, so do the impacts ofmining and refining processes. If you are interested in a careerinenvironmental consulting in a mining context then this courseisfor you. Through a combination of lectures, practicals, andtwoone-day field trips you will learn how to identify and mitigatepotential environmental impacts during mining and refiningprocesses; work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary teamto create an environmental management plan; critically assessmanagement plans and suggest improvements; and manageuncertainties. The course has a strong industry focus and useslocal and international case studies to illustrate managementapproaches. This course is suitable for all students and doesnotrequire any prior knowledge of environmental management.


l Urban Geography(GEOG2104) : Semester:Semester 2 (July start)


Pre-requisite:Year 1 geography or urbanizationGain a comprehensive overview of contemporary cities.Beginning with the origins and foundations of cities, this coursewill provide you with a understanding of the spatial structure,location theory, and economic and cultural geographies withincities. Taught from a global perspective, you will exploreexamples from Australia as well as a range of internationalcities. You will be introduced to a range of processes,including urbanisation, suburbanisation, counterurbanisation,industrialisation, deindustrialisation, clustering, agglomeration,and more. This course is suitable for students from allbackgrounds.


l Evolutionary Perspectives onModern Society(BIOL1100): Semester 2 (July start)


This course looks at how evolution has shaped our environment,our bodies, and our behaviours to make us precisely what we aretoday. The battle of the sexes, the obesity epidemic, violence,deception, antibiotic resistance, the issues we see in the newsevery day, all make sense in light of our evolutionary history.In this course, you will be provided with the foundations ofevolutionary concepts that will help you understand why theseissues occur and if, or how, we can solve them. BIOL1100 willchange the way you see the world around you, and give you adeeper understanding of human behaviour, food security andhealth in today’s society. Designed for non-biology studentswhowant to understand more about the origins of human behaviour,health and disease.


五、报名条件


l 年满18周岁的在校本科生、研究生;

l 全日制大二及以上在校本科生或研究生

l 雅思6.5分(单项不低于6分)/ 托福87(单项要求L:19, R:19, W:21, S:19)

l GPA 3.0/4.0


六、项目时间


l Semester 1秋季学期:2月-6月

l Semester 2春季学期:7月-11月

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七、报名截止日期


l Semester 1秋季学期:10月15日

l Semester 2春季学期:3月15日


八、项目收获


项目结束后将获得昆士兰大学的官方成绩单




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