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We collaborate with industry partners to research solutions for real-world problems, and to give our students hands-on experience in the workplace.
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We offer commercial research and consultancy services, research commercialisation, and workplace training and development.
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Boeing Australia have collaborated on projects with us and provided sponsorship, and their staff have taught in our avionics program.
We are a highly successful and globally positioned Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research.
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Our graduates run successful businesses, conduct ground-breaking research and make significant contributions to their communities.
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World-leading geologist, astrobiologist and research scientist with NASA, Dr Abigail Allwood, received the 2015 QUT Alumnus of the Year Award.
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World-class education and research facilities sit alongside lifestyle, sporting and creative hubs at our campuses.
Our four libraries offer diverse collections, study spaces and free public services.
Our researchers work at specialised facilities in Brisbane and across Queensland.
Our cultural, entertainment and function venues are open to the public.
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Our Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove cultural precincts bring together outstanding facilities for the arts, heritage and science education.
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Equity is everybody's business. Everybody stands to benefit from increased diversity and breadth of opportunity.
Equity Services is dedicated to promoting equal opportunities and support for all students and staff. We facilitate a range of services and content, including:
Our Oodgeroo Unit is committed to developing better access to university education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We have also launched project u, a resource to help prospective students with issues including:
Current students have shared their own personal experiences at university to give honest information to future students.
There are also several scholarships available to Indigenous students, including Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships. See the Oodgeroo Unit for the full list.
We have a strong commitment to:
We recognise the importance of valuing diversity to create a vibrant, flexible and creative university culture, which:
QUT is also committed to the Racism. It stops with me campaign to raise awareness about racism and its effect on the community, and to give staff and students the knowledge and practical skills to take action.
Our Equity Services department has developed policy as part of the QUT Blueprint and local strategic and operational plans, to ensure all students and staff have fair and equitable opportunities to succeed in their study and employment.
Our social justice policies are outlined in the Manual of Policies and Procedures, and include:
Our policies are based on Commonwealth Legislation overseen by the Australian Human Rights Commission or Queensland legislation, overseen by the Anti-discrimination Commission Queensland.
Other related policies published throughout the university include:
For more information about governance and policy contact Equity Services.
We have an ongoing commitment to address work and family issues. We help staff and students achieve a greater balance between their work, study and personal lives.
Our children on campus policy supports staff and students who may need to occasionally bring children on campus. Each campus library has private study spaces for parents who need to study with their children. There are also parenting rooms and accessible toilets with baby change facilities on all campuses.
There are childcare centres at Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove and Caboolture (TAFE).
If your child is thinking about going to university, our guide for parents, carers and guardians will help you support them as they make decisions about courses and careers and settle into university life.
We have long-standing outreach, admissions and support programs for under-represented groups, with a particular emphasis on low-SES, rural and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. We are dedicated to increasing enrolments from students who may not feel that they have the opportunity to study at university.
We embrace cultural diversity in all its forms including the freedom to worship and observe individual spiritual and religious customs and rituals. Any kind of harassment or discrimination on religious grounds contravenes both state and federal anti-discrimination laws.
We have chaplaincy centres and services for people of all faiths for quiet prayer, worship services and prayer meetings. There are chapels and Muslim prayer rooms at our Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses.
Equity Services produces annual reports to evaluate diversity within our university, and to inform our programs and strategies. Our reports document on:
Providing staff training and development programs around awareness, Reconciliation and cultural diversity, and career planning and development is an important part of Equity's strategy for meeting our staff and student equity goals.
We are committed to providing an environment which values each member of its diverse community, and protects staff and students from bullying, harassment and unlawful discrimination. This includes staff and students who identify as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, intersex or queer (LGBTIQ).
Our Ally Network members are trained to understand sexuality and gender issues, and to provide 'safe zones', support and referral for staff and students who identify as LGBTIQ. Allies are not identified as any particular sexuality or gender identity but represent a commitment to promoting QUT as a safe, inclusive and diverse university.
We welcome and support students from low-income backgrounds. We aim to reduce financial hardship as a barrier to achievement, which allows our students to realise their full potential and succeed.
The Equity Scholarships Scheme offers over $4 million in scholarships, bursaries and computers to students who are experiencing financial hardship. More than 3,000 QUT students currently benefit from the scheme.
We have joined with The Smith Family to provide financial assistance to students in their Learning for Life program, including:
Equity partners with a number of other areas including Counselling Services and International Student Services to ensure that students experiencing financial hardship are able to access the appropriate support.
We encourage students from outside Brisbane, including those from rural and isolated backgrounds, to create opportunities for employment and education that may not exist in their home towns.
We understand that students may experience difficulties when moving to a large city for study, including:
Our guide to studying and living in Brisbane can help make moving easier.
Disability Services supports students with a disability, injury or health condition. Appointments are free and confidential. Information will not appear on your student record, or be made available to others without your prior consent, except where required by law e.g. to preserve health or safety.
Our disability policies outline the ways we provide equal access to learning and research for people with a disability:
We provide a range of support services and continue to improve our policies and practices to enhance equitable access for people with a disability.
We are an equal opportunity employer, promoting equal employment opportunities for all staff, and eliminating all discrimination, including that based on gender. We received the:
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