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Scholarships and support

Reach your goals with career support, scholarships and study help.

Get workplace-ready with professional advice from careers and employment adviser, Lee Moy.

Career support

Our Student Success Group includes careers and employment experts that help students with applications for work placements, internships and graduate positions in legal and justice organisations.

You'll gain a career edge with tailored advice on building resumes, interview techniques, employability, career planning and recruitment processes.

Practical, interactive workshops and information sessions will help you get ahead of the pack, and you'll connect with legal and justice professionals at networking events.

Study support

Peer mentors

We offer a number of peer mentoring programs, where experienced students help others with their study and legal practice skills.These include:

  • LLB Help Me program, which provides regular drop-in sessions, virtual chats, workshops and events
  • Justice Mentor Program (JuMP), with drop-in and online options and an intensive mentoring program
  • Torts Student Peer Mentor Program.

Financial assistance

Our Low Income Contact Officer assists students who are experiencing financial hardship with textbook loans, computers, subsidies for placements and photocopy cards.

Research assistance

Our specialist librarians are available to assist with your law and justice research.

Rebecca talks about the support she has received and given in the Faculty of Law.

QUT Law Society

The QUT Law Society Inc. (QUTLS) runs a diverse range of activities, including sponsored legal competitions, information events with real world professionals, community service projects, sporting competitions and publications.

QUT Justice Society

The QUT Justice Society provides students with social and professional events and opportunities.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander support

We provide a range of ongoing support and assistance in a culturally supportive environment through our Indigenous Project Officer. We host academic, cultural and social activities throughout the year, including a specialised orientation program.

Working closely with the Oodgeroo Unit, we can connect you with the broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander legal and justice community, employers and organisations who offer tailored programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander law and justice students.

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