Who we work with
A partnership with BMW Group has opened up internship opportunities for QUT students to work on advanced research and development the creation of the BMW Group + QUT Design Academy.Read more
Economic Development Queensland
More than 250 Bachelor of Creative Industries students worked with Economic Development Queensland, Queensland Government to present strategies to help activate Northshore - the largest waterfront urban renewal project in Queensland.Watch the video
Impact Lab partnerships
The School of Design’s undergraduate Impact Lab unit has enabled a range of community and not-for-profit organisations, such as TradeMutt, Red Frogs Australia and Multicap, to benefit from innovations for service delivery.Read more
QUT Bachelor of Creative Industries students collaborated with Lendlease to research, plan and create an innovative activation for Brisbane’s King Street precinct in Bowen Hills.Read more
A collaboration with yourtown led to the creation of a research-driven app for young people to identify mental health concerns with the Kids Helpline app, niggle.Read more
Urban Art Projects
A partnership with global leading-edge company Urban Art Projects with funding from the Queensland Government led to the creation of the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Hub.Read more
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Thanks to the generosity of #QUTGivingDay donors in 2018 and 2019, QUT researchers have partnered with Australia’s largest orphanage and sanctuary for bare-nosed wombats, Sleepy Burrows Wombat Sanctuary, to create an Australian-first quarantine hospital burrow specifically designed to ease the treatment administration of sarcoptic mange in bare-nosed wombats.
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.
Matt Fairhurst and Rebecca Brammer are QUT’s 2020 Young Alumni of the Year.
Netflix is often criticised as a Hollywood-style entertainment behemoth crushing all competition and diminishing local content but a QUT academic says that’s a simplistic view.
Student Ferran Nadal-Bufi has won the 2020 QUT Graduate Research Student Showcase Three Minute Thesis (3MT) with his presentation on an innovative strategy to design the next generation of drugs for anti-cancer therapy.
The Gold Coast has long been associated with the filming of Hollywood blockbusters, and the city’s screen industry has consequently been viewed as a service industry for film and television productions created by companies from elsewhere.
Launching 23 November, QUT Design Festival 2020 is going digital.
Odd Bedfellows brings together the work of six remarkable Queensland artists held in the QUT Art Collection, with works spanning over five decades, a time when Brisbane was transitioning from that place 'out woop woop' to the cosmopolitan city that it is today. While the artist's practices are visually disparate, they are all drawn together by their sub-tropical context – as Queenslanders, and as artists in the QUT Art Collection.
The true story of one of the most dramatic, yet now forgotten chapters of Australia's early maritime history, Hell Ship is a tale of hardship and heroism; of survival and love.