With more than 40,000 students and offering more than 400 courses and research programs, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is a modern university for the real world.
We began operating as QUT in January 1989, following approval of our status as a university.
But our history truly begins in colonial times
As our learning environment and the world is transformed by technology, we're harnessing the strengths of different disciplines to create new conceptual and methodological innovations.
We discover effective, viable and innovative solutions by collaborating with industry, end users, and key players in the professions and global economy.
We aspire to be a globally leading university through high-impact, transdisciplinary research, strong partnerships, and a unique focus on technology and innovation, led by our Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Research and Innovation, Arun Sharma.
We're focused on the technology and innovation that will enable our society and our economy to progress.We've identified and invested in areas of research identified as priorities for the world, the nation and the state. In each of these areas we're continuing to build on the strength and experience of our experts.
Our graduates are all completing their courses with real-world experience and knowledge. We can help you find your next employees among our graduates.
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You will have access to a range of free services within your course and outside of class:
If you need help finding somewhere to live, our accommodation services can help you.
You can rent a room in a student residential complex, which usually includes a bed, study desk, some storage, and shared bathrooms, kitchens and common rooms. Costs range from $265-500 a week.
You can rent somewhere to live in agent-operated student accommodation, or organise your own by looking online. Rent is usually $150-300 each week. You could live alone or share accommodation with other people.
We recommend finding somewhere to live close to campus. There are usually lots of options either within walking distance or easily accessed by public transport.
There are two libraries:
Our libraries have:
Gardens Point campus: Our business, law, and science and engineering students are based at Gardens Point, right in the centre of Brisbane.
Kelvin Grove campus: The main campus for our creative industries, education and health students, Kelvin Grove is located in the thriving Kelvin Grove Village.
QUT Healthstream Aquatic Centre, Fitness Club, Cycle Centre and Stadium meet your health and fitness needs with facilities at Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove:
The Guild provides a range of commercial and advocacy services. From the Student Rights Hub to the Botanic Bar and Corner Store, the Guild has everything you need to get you through your degree.
Our accreditation has been awarded by the world's leading Business School accreditation authorities:
QUT provided weekly event and club event to help the student build social relation beside studying. It also aims to help students in career success in order to get a job after graduation.
In terms of study, the teaching quality is good, all the teachers and staff are very nice and professional. If I had any academic questions in the assignments or practical problems in the lab session, course coordinator and teaching assistants would teach me patiently and explain some abstract concepts concretely. Those effort paid by the teaching team made me kept up with...
Great campus and location, but do little to motivate their own students to go further than the passing average.