Access online resources and on-campus opportunities to engage with specific areas of study.

Tour our campuses

You and your students can see our facilities without leaving your computer. Explore the 360-degree virtual tours for each faculty.

Campus tours

BlueShift business case competition

BlueShift is a high school business case competition for secondary school students in Years 10, 11 and 12. Participants compete in teams of three or four to analyse a business challenge and prepare a written solution to a real business case. Teams with the best submissions present their ideas to a panel of judges at the finals held at our Gardens Point campus in Brisbane.

BlueShift Competition

Creative industries competitions

The School of Creative Practice offers competitions for high school students in Years 7 to 12 to explore and develop their creative passion. Current competitions include Vermilion High, where successful students will have their music professionally recorded and released through QUT’s student-run record label, and Scratchthat, which gives students the opportunity to have their creative writing published in QUT’s Scratchthat Magazine.

Creative Industries school engagement

QUT Young Accelerators Program/STEM resources

QUT’s Young Accelerators Program (formerly STEM for Schools) is committed to inspiring the next generation of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) leaders, by providing meaningful STEM experiences for Year 7 to 12 students regardless of background, gender, academic level or location.Educational activities include free curriculum-linked workshops, high school research internships, STEM Camp, digital experiences using The Cube and professional development courses for teachers.

QUT Young Accelerators Program

STEM Learning Hub

Widening participation

Equity Services provides a suite of widening participation activities to support students from north Brisbane to Sunshine Coast south areas, with a particular emphasis on low-SES, rural and Indigenous students.

Widening participation

Oodgeroo Unit

The Oodgeroo Unit is QUT's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student success unit, providing admission pathways and support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and can also provide your school with campus tours, presentations and resource packs.

Oodgeroo Unit

International Year 12 students

Learn more about applying as an International student studying in an Australian high school or studying an Australian curriculum overseas.

QUT International

QUT Library Schools' Program

Our library provides resources and services for school students and teachers including:

  • access to research and study skills tools
  • school student and teacher library membership
  • research and study skills workshops

QUT Library Schools' Program

QUT Precincts

QUT Precincts at our Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses are rich playgrounds for out-of-the-classroom educational experiences. Our facilities are world class, and we offer events and activities at:

  • QUT Art Museum, one of Queensland's premier visual art galleries and custodian of the QUT Art Collection
  • William Robinson Gallery, which exhibits the work of this important artist and offers drawing-based workshops and curator led tours
  • Creative Industries Precinct, an incubator for contemporary art, new media and design that offers hands-on workshops and curator-led tours of exhibitions
  • QUT Gardens Theatre, which presents performances for schools and children
  • Old Government House, which delivers activities and tours that uncover the history of Queensland
  • The Cube, a digital, interactive learning environment that offers hands-on, interdisciplinary workshops across science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.