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Health a university for the real world

Skills

Real world learning

Be prepared for the real world with practical learning experiences.

Real world learning environments

As a QUT student, you'll build your skills working with real patients under clinical supervision, using modern equipment and facilities. You'll graduate ready to start work in any clinical setting or health environment, confident in the skills and experience you've built during your course.

Develop real-world professional experience during your degree as you complete work placement in the QUT Health Clinics and beyond.

Learn more about QUT Health Clinics

Industry collaboration

We design our course content in collaboration with top industry professionals to ensure you graduate with a qualification that meets the current and future needs of your profession.

Our industry connections mean that you'll learn from experts in their fields and guest lecturers who are connected to industry through research and consultancies.

Access opportunities to network with staff, peers, guest lecturers and industry professionals in class, through placements, and at QUT events.

Build professional experience through workplace projects or study tours in Australia and overseas.

Courses for careers

We build clinical and practical experience into the curriculum, which means that you'll work in real clinics, hospitals, laboratories and community settings.

Expert staff

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. Benefit from their extensive industry links as you get hands-on experience, and graduate ready to step into your future career with confidence.

'Radiation therapy interested me due to its combination of technical skills, ever-changing research, and engaging interactions with patients.

I chose QUT because it seamlessly incorporated in-class theory with real-world experience.

This hands-on experience was a definite confidence booster and improved my knowledge and skills.'

- Vossco Nguyen (School of Clinical Sciences)

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