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We have built an excellent research profile, supported strongly by the work of the Office of Education Research. Our staff support researchers with grants, administration, finance, travel and resources, while also organising the training of higher degree research students.

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Our staff are committed to improving the quality of education for diverse learners both in Australia and beyond.

Many of the faculty's pre-service graduates are registered with the Queensland College of Teachers but others work in child care settings or as trainers in community and industry settings.

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Start QUT for free while you’re still at high school

17-09-2018 When Jarod Lam started attending lectures at QUT, he was still heading off to high school...

QUT graduate brings design-thinking from New York to Far North Queensland

13-08-2018 QUT alumnus Herman Rijken thought a joke was being played when he learnt that he had...

QUT Education students prepare to step out into the real world

23-07-2018 More than 300 pre-service teachers from QUT’s Faculty of Education gathered for the Stepping Out Conference...

Teachers as protectors: QUT launches free short course

21-06-2018 A new free QUT online course will be launched in July to help teachers understand their...

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QUT graduate brings design-thinking from New York to Far North Queensland

13-08-2018 QUT alumnus Herman Rijken thought a joke was being played when he learnt that he had...

5th International STEM in Education Conference

21-11-2018 Join us for the 5th International STEM in Education Conference from 21-23 November 2018 at QUT...

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