Collaboration contacts

Science Development
Science Division
Department of Environment and Science
Phone: +61 7 3170 5862

Connecting with Queensland’s science capability

Browse our research centres and expertise. Find out more about the research centres, institutes, facilities, research hospitals, precincts, laboratories and other research organisations across Queensland at the Queensland science capability directory where you can link with every institution in the state. If you know who you are looking for contact our research experts direct.

The Australia–Germany Research Network (AGRN) provides a platform for bilateral cooperation in research, science and innovation and is open to academics, government and industry and host the AQGRN LinkedIn group.

Are you a business?

Connect with Trade and Investment Queensland (TIQ), which helps businesses connect to our research capabilities or direct to our Trade and Investment Queensland – Investment Director, Germany. Contact for our Universities for research commercialisation opportunities.

Want to study here?

All Queensland universities have international study agreements, offering exchanges and overseas study opportunities. Some universities even offer scholarships to support outstanding international students to study here.

Contact the universities directly, or find out more from Study Queensland.

Honorary Consuls

Honorary Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany

Queensland offers a globally unique proposition

Download or share the Queensland + Germany – Collaborating on Science fact sheet (PDF, 1.4MB) .

Academic Excellence - German Immersion and Extension

The German Immersion and Extension Program (GIEP) is a program of academic excellence at Kenmore State High School and Ferny Grove State High School which offers students an exciting opportunity to develop a very high level of German language proficiency. Brisbane German Language School offers German language courses at St Peters Lutheran College in Indooroopilly.

Brisbane German Week

The Brisbane German Week is an annual multicultural event held in the first week of October that showcases the rich spectrum of collaborations between Germany and Queensland. The event includes Science and Innovation Day with the latest updates on joint research outcomes.