Your partner of choice for STEM education and research.
Why Science and Engineering at QUT?
At QUT’s Science and Engineering Faculty we’re changing the world through education and research.
With ten schools and multiple University Research Centres, we are one of the largest university faculties anywhere in Australia.
We drive positive change through:
- highly valued STEM learning experiences
- authentic assessments based on real-world STEM practices
- new research at the frontiers of STEM knowledge
- innovative STEM solutions with real-world impact.
Tammy was attracted to our tech study courses, with her aim of becoming a pioneer in this exciting space. Following her graduation, the 2018 QUT Outstanding Alumni Award Winner secured a job in San Francisco in chaos engineering.
Our industry advisors
Our faculty is guided by industry advisory groups, which provide valuable strategic input on our real-world teaching, learning experiences and research strategy. Members provide strong links to a broad range of expertise and advise our faculty on how we can further strengthen our connections with industry.
Eight QUT students are among 36 aspiring tech innovators to receive undergraduate scholarships from Westpac Scholars Trust.
Heard of humanitarian engineering? Put simply, it’s using engineering skills to improve the lives of disadvantaged communities around the world. And for QUT student Darshana Munasinghe, it’s daily inspiration for his future career.
7 February - 4 December
Energy researchers at QUT are pleased to invite you to the Power, Energy & Clean Technologies (PECT) seminar series. Seminars take place on the first Friday of each month throughout 2020, commencing in February.
11 October - 31 December 2019
Several grand challenges confront humanity in the 21st century, from feeding the world's booming population to managing scarce natural resources and reducing our carbon footprint. The Grand Challenge Lecture Series explores these and other challenges and the possible solutions to them. All lectures are free and open to the public. You can attend in person or watch via livestream.
Where: P412, The Kindler Theatre, Level 4, P block, QUT Gardens Point