QUT Open Day is back! Visit us on July 31

QUT will welcome visitors on Sunday, July 31, for the first full, in-person QUT Open Day in three years.

Explore Queensland’s history through the QUT Digital Collections

More than 60,000 photos covering nearly a century of Queensland history have been donated to QUT to be preserved as part of the QUT Digital Collections – a publicly accessible time capsule that is helping safe-keep the state’s heritage for future generations.

Science-loving sisters pursue teaching careers to inspire next generation

Sandra Vecchio has embarked on a career as a science teacher at a prominent Brisbane school after graduating the top of her QUT class … and there’ll be a second science teacher in the family soon when sister Kylie also completes her education degree.

War doesn’t stop education

There’s bravery, sadness and determination hidden in this war-time photo that was taken outside A Block at the Central Technical College (now QUT) at Gardens Point in Brisbane in 1914.

Space, solar and autonomous transport facilities among Linkage grant success

New facilities for testing space technologies, automated transport and green energy solutions are among QUT projects funded in the latest round of Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Program grants.

QUT Indigenous Accommodation Program makes moving to Brisbane easier

A new subsidised accommodation program is set to make life easier for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who want to move to Brisbane to study at QUT in 2022.