Industry and partnerships
Partner with our students
Lend your expertise to mentor a student, provide work experience opportunities or sponsor a scholarship.
Expertise for industry
We can collaborate with you for your research needs, with clinical trials, consultancy and commercialisation.
We can provide you and your team with a range of industry-focused short courses, taught to meet real-world needs.
Entrepreneurship at QUT
Our university-wide entrepreneurship initiative connects students with alumni and industry experts who teach them to identify and act on entrepreneurial opportunities.
Sponsor a sport
QUT Sport's flagship programs provide a range of opportunities for community partners and sporting organisations to get involved.
Sponsorship and support helps our students achieve their athletic and academic dreams.
Want to give back?
We're grateful to our community of donors who make great things happen.
With your support, our researchers are breaking new ground and creating lasting change. Our students in need are given a hand up. And our arts programs and community outreach can flourish.
Make an impact when you give to QUT.
Your graduate community
Our graduates are part of a global community, with access to networking opportunities, lifelong learning support, and other benefits.
Find out more about joining us as an alumnus.Explore QUT alumni
Find networking opportunities and become a member of our alumni global community.
Enjoy the benefits available to QUT graduates, including discounts and support for lifelong learning.
Want to lend your expertise and make a real difference? Find out how you can give back to QUT.
News and events
QUT researchers have partnered with mining company Lava Blue and the Innovative Manufacturing CRC (IMCRC) to set up a pilot plant to transform kaolin clay into high-purity alumina (HPA) which is used to make LEDs and Lithium ion batteries.
Four QUT researchers have been named as Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellows, sharing in $87.8 million in funding announced today by Federal Minister for Education Dan Tehan.