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Subject Selection for STEM Careers

27 April 2017

Find out which subjects in senior high school prepare you for successful studies at QUT in science, IT, engineering, mathematics, health and education.

This free careers evening provides excellent information for high school students who are considering university studies in STEM fields and want to get ahead in their career prospects.

Information about STEM courses, QUT's admission processes, bonus points and degree-specific assumed knowledge will be provided along with comprehensive subject selection information.

The evening will also include a mini careers fair with current QUT students from the faculties of health, science and engineering, education, business, law and creative industries available to answer questions about degree options and student life at QUT; as well as offering tours of the $230m Science and Engineering Centre.

Information sessions

4.30pm    Event begins (careers fair and first Science and Engineering Centre tour)  
5.00pm    A Quick Guide to QUT
5.20pm    Mathematics degrees
5.45pm    Science degrees
6.10pm    Health Science degrees: Exercise, Medical Imaging and Radiation, Biomedical Sciences, Nursing, Nutrition and Dietetics, Optometry, Paramedics, Pharmacy, Podiatry and Psychology
6.40pm    A Quick Guide to QUT
7.00pm    Information Technology degrees
7.25pm    Engineering degrees
8.00pm    Event concludes

Register

Click here to register for this free event.

Getting to the event

This event will be held in Gardens Theatre, X Block, QUT Gardens Point campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane. View Gardens Point campus map

Casual parking is available in the Science and Engineering Centre and is accessible via Gardens Point Road, QUT Gardens Point campus. View casual parking information.

Date
27 April 2017
Time
4:30pm–8pm
Location
QUT Gardens Theatre, X Block
Cost
Free
Organisation
QUT STEM for Schools
Email
stem.schools@qut.edu.au
URL
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Register for QUT's free STEM Careers evening for high school students on 27 April.