Australian Awards for University Teaching recipients Associate Professor James Duffy, Associate Professor Amisha Mehta, and Professor Timothy Moroney.

About us

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is:

  • home to more than 50,000 students
  • an institution featuring 119 winners of Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT)
  • an employer of more than 1,000 staff recognised as Fellows of the Higher Education Academy
  • a university where our education graduates have the third highest graduate employability rates in Australia
  • 3rd in Australia and 1st in Queensland for Indigenous Australian award course completions
  • 1st in Australia for Biomedical Engineering and 13th in Nursing in the world in the Shanghai Ranking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021

Learning across the digital continuum

Our digital learning framework and student-centred approach means we always put the student first, no matter where or how they study. We provide learning experiences across a digital continuum that spans from digital-rich classrooms to fully online.

Digital learning at QUT spans a rich continuum of class and studio experiences
Our students and academics use XR and VR technologies for immersive learning

Immersive learning through extended reality

We embrace extended reality (XR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies in our learning and teaching. Go full screen and take a spin around some of the immersive 360⁰ video productions created by our students and partners.

Experience VR and XR at QUT

Learning and teaching strategies

Providing quality business education

Discover how our approach to learning and teaching business curriculum is embedded with real-world outcomes.

Learning and teaching for business curriculum

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News and events

26 Nov 2021

Teens tackle tech challenges at regional STEM summits

QUT’s Future You STEM Summit for high-achieving teenagers is hitting the road for its very first visit to Cairns, Bundaberg, Mackay and Toowoomba.

10 Nov 2021

QUT researchers elected to Academy of the Social Sciences

Three leading QUT academics have been named Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) for their work in improving public health, education, and workplaces.