Study creative industries at QUT
Gain the skills and connections you need today and the career agility you need for the future.
Pursue supervised applied research or develop advanced professional skills with our postgraduate courses, delivered in flexible and online formats.
We lead field-defining research for real-world outcomes across creative practice, design, digital media and journalism.
Build partnerships, stay connected, work with our experts and students and help build the creative economy.
Australian food waste costs $20 billion a year, making the nation the world’s fourth highest food waster per capita. A third of the waste is generated by households and costs the average family $195 a month (Fight Food Waste CRC Annual Report 2018-2019).
QUT has made more than 11,600 QTAC offers to prospective new students for 2021 – a record number, as of mid-January, for a new university year.
By 2022, Lexie McGourty will have two impressive postgraduate qualifications from QUT under her belt – even though she doesn’t have an undergraduate degree. She’s one of many savvy QUT students who have used their career experience as a direct pathway into postgraduate study.
Creating the first archive looking at disability arts in Australia will be made possible thanks to an Australian Research Council grant awarded to three QUT researchers.
QUT Creative Industries graduate and innovative shoe designer Reba Brammer has been named the QUT Young Alumnus of the Year for her incredible career trajectory within the space of a decade.
One of Australia’s leading creative writers and public commentators on diversity and representation in the media has been named the QUT Creative Industries Faculty Outstanding Alumni Award winner.
For the first time, works, exhibitions and performances from graduating QUT Creative Industries students has been presented digitally.
'On Earth' at QUT Art Museum traces conceptions of landscape and the environment as it is expressed and represented through the poetic devices of art.
'miffy & friends’ brings the work of Dutch illustrator Dick Bruna to Australia for the first time, in a major exhibition opening on 21 November.