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Sport programs

QUT Sport's flagship programs provide a range of opportunities for community partners and sporting organisations to make a difference in the lives of our students.

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QUT Tigers

Help the QUT Tigers contest intervarsity, national and community events, including the National University Championships, Indigenous Nationals and Nationals League of Legends.

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Sporting clubs

QUT offers a range of sport and recreational clubs for social play and competitions, and clubs are open to both students and members of the community.

Sport on campus

Elite athletes

QUT is a proud member of the Elite Athlete Friendly University (EAFU) program. As a member, we support athletes in balancing study loads and exams with sporting commitments.

Our elite program

Latest in sport

QUT International Students practice swimming skills at Stradbroke Island

In 2019 QUT Sport in collaboration with QUT International and the Brisbane Grammar Schools Swimming Club created a Learn to Swim Program. 

QUT Tigers Compete in the World University Cyber Games

Over the past week, the QUT Esport Tigers went head to head against seven top International university teams at the International College Cup (ICC) hosted by the World University Cyber Games (WUCG) in the city of Sanya, China. 

Sport study and innovation

Sports research

Be a part of a more progressive, collaborative approach to research, and discover our sports related research opportunities.

Research at QUT

Sports study and interest areas

We are one of the first university programs in Australia to offer a clear pathway to careers as an accredited exercise scientist or accredited sports scientist.

Study at QUT

Student stories

Developing athletes

'QUT Sport has exposed me to many opportunities that develop me not only as an athlete but also personally and professionally. Being a part of QUT Sport has been the best decision that I have ever made.'

Gabriella Anderson, QUT Nationals Div. 2 mixed netball team manager and Bachelor of Laws (Honour) student

Esports volunteering

'If you are looking to improve your game, join or create a team, or maybe just meet a whole bunch of new friends, QUT esports is the number one place to be on campus.'

Marcellus Hinds-Meyer, Esports volunteer and Bachelor of Creative Industries/Bachelor of Business student

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