Health

Undergraduate courses

Clinics make the best classrooms. Patients make the best teachers.

Make a difference in real lives with a health degree from QUT.

Get the hands-on experience you need to be a successful and confident health professional. Our courses have practical experience built into the curriculum, meaning that you’ll work in real clinics, hospitals, laboratories and community settings.

Our students complete placements and internships in community and healthcare settings both overseas and here in Australia.

Why study health at QUT?

  • Graduate ready to step into industry with experience and confidence.
  • Opportunities for international experience as part of your studies.
  • Treat real patients in state-of-the-art health facilities.
  • Learn from professionals and academics with years of experience in clinical settings, community groups and not-for-profit organisations, consultancy and research.

Health clinics

Health students work with real patients under the supervision of professionals at QUT Health Clinics located at Kelvin Grove campus. The clinics are fully equipped to provide services in exercise physiology, nutrition and dietetics, optometry, podiatry, social work, and psychology and counselling.

Learn from the best

Our teaching staff have spent many years working in healthcare and community settings, and will give you first-hand knowledge of working in the field through case studies and personal experiences. You’ll benefit from their extensive industry links as you begin to build your professional experience.

Research with impact

A health degree could be your first step to creating new, innovative health solutions.

We’re committed to research outcomes that can be translated into practice for immediate effect. We have more than 1,200 researchers working in world-class facilities that are linked to major Brisbane hospitals.

Significant areas of focus include biomolecular and biomedical innovation, behavioural neuroscience and mental health, injury prevention, and chronic disease prevention.

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Faculty of Health

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