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Experts in learning and teaching

Our five-star learning and teaching program, as ranked by Good Universities Guide 2019, supports educators to deliver real world outcomes for graduates.

Australian Awards for University Teaching recipients Senior Lecturer 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
  • a university where 76% of graduates have undertaken at least one assessed work-integrated learning experience
  • an institution featuring 108 winners of Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT)
  • an employer of more than 700 staff recognised as Fellows of the Higher Education Academy.

Learning and teaching priorities

We've invested in areas of learning and teaching identified as priorities for the higher education sector, and we continue to build on the flexible, relevant and engaging educational experiences we provide.

Professional development

Our award-winning initiatives can advance the learning and teaching of your staff.

Authentic learning and assessment

Field experience placements and work integrated learning allow students to use their skills in the real world before graduation.

Students as partners

Students and staff work together to participate in and influence decision making processes. QUT's students as partner projects and initiatives are underpinned by three guiding principles: relevant, inclusive and respectful.

Digital learning

We're committed to immersive digital technologies that contribute to the student experience.

Industry partnerships

Our interdisciplinary collaboration enables organisations to achieve education goals.

Innovation and impact

We research and generate industry-leading insights for the higher education sector.

News and events

18 Jul 2019

Student feedback and teaching innovation brings VR to the classroom

Things look a bit different in a recent class for KKB180 Creative Futures. When the first-year students enter the room, there is curiosity and excitement in the air. The set-up of the room shows no signs of lectures or essay writing; instead tables and chairs have been pushed aside to make room for virtual reality (VR) equipment, projector screens, and a wide range of painting motions.

29 May 2019

QUT students and staff partner to review late assessment policy

A partnership between the QUT Guild and the QUT Learning and Teaching Unit will drive and inform a review of the Academic Concessions and Late Assessment Policies.