The School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management was disestablished on 1 January, 2017.

Following a review, the school was merged with the School of Earth Sciences to create the new School of Earth and Environmental Sciences.

The School of Earth and Environmental Sciences website can be found at https://sees.uq.edu.au/

Follow the links below for information on our programs and useful links to guide you through your studies.

Programs

Online Payments

Payments can be made online for

  • Field trips
  • Print Credit (add $5, $10 or $15)
  • Key deposits
  • Poster printing (A0 $77, A1 $38.50)

Useful Links

Follow us online and keep up to date on opportunities available to you, the latest research in your field and industry links. You can also join our alumni network while you are a student and start to build your knowledge and professional contacts.

Twitter

LinkedIn

Flickr

Vimeo

 

Last updated: Nov 1, 2016

Current Students section

Assignments Available for Collection

This page details assignments available for collection from GPEM Reception - Building 35, Level 4.

Bachelor of Arts (Geography)

A career in Geography has ne...

Bachelor of Environmental Management

The Environmental Management programs introduces students to the multidisciplinary nature of environmental management. Graduates are equipped to deal with the application of scientific, economic, planning and business principles, while integrating...

Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety Science (Honours)

OHS is about identifying, analysing and preventing workplace injury, illness and fatality. Globally, more than 2 million people die each year from work-related accidents and diseases, and millions more are injured or become ill. With UQ's Ba...

Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning

The Bachelor of Regional and Town Planning program (BRTP) prepares you to be a leader in the planning field and is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia. Many of South-East Queenland’s planning firms are headed by graduates of th...

Bachelor of Science (Geographical Sciences)

A career in Geography has never been more relevant or important to s...

Career Opportunities

As a UQ student your first port of call should be the UQ Careerhub.  Start early in your studies and ...

Online Payments

Online Payments If you are making your online payment while using a University computer, you need to be logged on to an external website first - this will require entering your Username and Password.

Placements and Work Experience

Information for GPEM students who will undertake an industry placement, industry research project, planning practicum, or voluntary work experience

Postgraduate Studies in Development Planning

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Postgraduate Studies in Environmental Management

The Environmental Management programs introduces students to the multidisciplinary nature of environmental management. Graduates are equipped to deal with the application of scientific, economic, planning and business principles, while integrating...

Postgraduate Studies in Geographic Information Science

The GIS programs address the growing demand for human resource in the area of computerised geographic information and remote sensing particularly for people already working in the industry but lack formal qualifications.

Postgraduate studies in Occupational Health and Safety Science

Postgraduate Studies in Regional Development

Postgraduate Studies in Urban and Regional Planning

The Urban and Regional Planning program (MURP) prepares you to be a leader in the planning field and is accredited by the Planning Institute of Australia. Many of South-East Queenland’s planning firms are headed by

Proposed Elective bundles for Bachelor of Environmental Management

These are suggested groups of electives that will build a focus for studies within each of the major discipline areas of Sustainable Development (SD) and Natural Systems & Wildlife (NSW).

Related Courses

Below are links to courses in areas related to our programs. If you are unsure whether a course is compulsory or an elective for your program you should check your program requirements and course list in your program profiles. Yo...

Student Consultative Committee

The Student Consultative Committee is a forum led by GPEM students to gather student feedback and suggestions toward School operations, facilities, and course development. To contact the members of the Student Consultative ...

Student Groups

Getting the most out of university means getting involved. The links below are to social and professional societies run by or which serve ou...
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