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Education students embark on year-long immersion at QUT partner schools

22-01-2020 Five QUT students will spend the year immersed in the communities of three of QUT’s independent partner schools and gain extra real-world experience as part of their studies.

New entrepreneurial top talent flying ahead at MIT to boost business skills

08-01-2020 Clever creators from QUT’s entrepreneurial ecosystem are being given a flying start to the new year with a two-week educational trip to MIT, the world’s leading university in creating founders of businesses.

Cybersecurity scholarships aim to improve diversity

06-01-2020 In a first for Queensland, scholarships will be offered to female, non-binary and Indigenous people in a bid to improve representation rates in the field of cyber security.

Become a STEM Student Ambassador

20-12-2019 - 24-01-2020 Are you passionate about STEM? You could help shape the STEM leaders of the future.

QUT grad finds creative inspiration in teaching

10-12-2019 Shantelle Janek loved acting and storytelling at school, but it wasn’t until years later after having her own child that she realised it could be the key to a future creative career – teaching.

2019 STAR Awards celebrate student excellence in education

11-12-2019 Congratulations to the Faculty of Education students awarded for academic excellence at the 2019 STAR Awards in December.

QUT PhD graduate recognised for excellence in Indigenous education research

17-12-2019 QUT Faculty of Education PhD graduate Dr Melitta Hogarth was awarded two prestigious research awards by the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE).

New QUT Research Centres

28-11-2019 QUT has announced the establishment of nine University Research Centres representing high-quality and focussed research activity that aligns to the university's key research strengths.

Education student paints large-scale school mural to honour Indigenous learning

23-09-2019 When Education and Oodgeroo Unit student Hayden Bartlett was invited to paint a large-scale mural at a Toowoomba school, he knew it was an opportunity to showcase his two passions – Indigenous art and education.

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