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Section: Oodgeroo Unit
Sixty year 9 and 10 Indigenous students from Gladstone and Moreton Bay regions took part in a four-day camp at QUT, to assist and encourage them to make decisions about their post-school options. The initiative was made possible thanks to a partnership with Arrow Energy.
Jyi Lawton's outstanding leadership efforts as a law student, youth worker, rugby league player/coach, student ambassador and Indigenous mentor have been recognised with QUT's 2014 Student Leader of the Year award.
Read about Jyi's Student Leader of the Year award
Our SID Winter School encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to explore their post-school options and gain access to higher education. The is a joint initiative between the Oodgeroo Unit, QUT and Parsons Brinckerhoff.
SID Winter School
High school students discovered science and engineering through hands-on projects at the Indigenous Australian Science and Infrastructure Development (SID) Winter School.
Read about the SID Winter School
Oodgeroo Noonuccal was and continues to be recognised as one of Australia’s leading literary figures, who used her pen to give voice to the Indigenous struggle for rights and justice.
Read about Oodgeroo Noonuccal
Established in 1991, the Oodgeroo Unit is the centre of QUT's activities in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education, studies and research. We're committed to developing better access to university education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and promote higher levels of participation in tertiary education.
Our main administration office is located at Kelvin Grove, and we have offices and more facilities at our Gardens Point and Caboolture campuses. On each campus we have computer labs, quiet places to study and work with tutors, and places to meet with other students.
The Oodgeroo Unit:
Our Indigenous education statement outlines:
2013 Indigenous education statement (PDF file, 380.33 KB)
2012 Indigenous education statement (PDF file, 636.44 KB)
2011 Indigenous education statement (PDF file, 198.07 KB)
We have more than 570 indigenous students enrolled at QUT, who study in:
About 60% of our students are from the metropolitan or near metropolitan area. Others come from as far north as the Torres Straits, Central Queensland and South-East Queensland and surrounding regional areas and interstate - ACT, NSW and NT.
CASP is an alternate entry pathway to university study. We take into account prior learning and other personal achievements to give you a better chance of getting into the course you want, as well as a bursary to help you with study or living costs.
Find out how to apply for the Centralised Assessment Selection Program (CASP)
The Commonwealth government funds the ITAS program, which provides additional tuition to eligible students.
Check your eligibility and apply for assistance through ITAS
A number of scholarships, prizes and bursaries are available for our students across all faculties including the Equity Computer Scheme.
Indigenous Cadetship Support (ICS)S is a Commonwealth Government initiative that improves the professional employment prospects of Indigenous Australians.
Check your eligibility and apply for Indigenous Cadetship Support (ICS)
Pre-orientation program (POP) week is designed to familiarise you with important aspects of university life, and to give you the best possible start to your studies at QUT.
Indigenous community and support programs are run through the QUT Guild's Indigenous Portfolio, and through other QUT Guild programs.
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We encourage all students to develop their knowledge of Indigenous history, culture and current issues. The units of study we offer include:
Find out more about our Indigenous Knowledges units
Academics from the Oodgeroo Unit and guests to QUT have presented a number of research papers at our special events and guest speaker series.
View our collection of Indigenous publications and papers