Studying business and engineering at QUTGraduate Xavier is helping
allowed Xavier to see the world differently.
Now he's in Washington designing transport
systems that handle millions of commuters.
Washington run on time Find out more
QUT researchers and their partners haveOur world-first
developed an onboard system that allows
small unmanned aircraft (UA) to detect
another aircraft while in flight.
UA breakthrough Meet the team
Meet the Gold Coast's newest local.Dr Andrew Baker's
The Black-tailed Antechinus is a
rare, mouse-like marsupial with
a deadly mating habit.
amazing discovery Read more
Visit the Student Sharehouse forRead about life at QUT
funny, insightful, irreverent and
real student experiences,
written in their own words.
on the student blog Read more
Become a podiatrist in only 2.5 years with ourThe foundation of
graduate entry program. With 100% of our
recent students employed after graduation,
choosing podiatry at QUT is rewarding
in more ways than one.
a rewarding career Find out more
Professor Phil Graham's brainchild, our new Master of Fine Arts (Music Industry Professions), will teach musicians how to make the most of the new industrial environment.
Get your degree at QUT Check out our list of courses for international students and see if you meet the entry requirements.
Study abroad and exchange Experience new cultures, gain skills, improve your English, and build international industry contacts.
QUT in your country Find a QUT representative in your country for advice on studying with us.
Social learning spaces In our libraries, computer labs and meeting rooms, you can meet, talk and study together.
First year experience Improving learning outcomes for first year students.
Awards and prizes Find out about awards and grants schemes.
Students graduate from QUT each year.
Student blogUni life - our students tell it like it is
QUT will lead a Queensland pharmacist immunisation research pilot program allowing pharmacists to administer the influenza vaccine this flu season.
The Gardens Point campus is located on the Brisbane River in the city centre, next to the Botanic Gardens and Parliament House. It is within easy walking distance to shops, restaurants, theatres, galleries and public transport including buses, trains and ferries.
Located only two kilometres or 10 minutes north of the Brisbane CBD, the campus is part of the Kelvin Grove Urban Village, which includes student apartment complexes, a supermarket, shops and restaurants.
Our Caboolture campus is the only university campus in the Moreton Bay region. Students enjoy a community atmosphere, centrally located just a few minutes' drive from the centre of town and Caboolture train station.