It takes more than a pandemic to stop university aspirations. So kick COVID to the curb and log on to the QUT Virtual Open Day on August 29-30.
QUT acting and drama students have returned to in-person classes focussed on becoming industry-ready for the growing opportunities in film work, boosted by recent Federal Government $400 million film industry funding, and developing new ways to bring theatre to online audiences.
As the global count of COVID-19 infections heads towards the 20M mark, the pandemic has created what the World Health Organisation calls an ‘infodemic’, giving conspiracy groups a bigger platform than ever before.
Dylan Sheppard is living proof of the value of doing an internship while you are at uni. He was awarded QUT’s first six-month design internship with the BMW Group in Germany – and went on to convert that chance of a lifetime into a dream design job with the global car giant.
QUT Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Margaret Sheil, today outlined to staff the university’s response to the challenges presented by COVID-19 as well as measures to position the university for a strong recovery in a fundamentally changed world.
While the rest of the nation was in lockdown, Journalism students at Queensland University of Technology were busy preparing content for their new magazine Q-KURV.
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