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Come along to Real Decisions on 19 December 2017 to talk with our staff and students about your study options after you know your OP or selection rank.
Talk to our staff about your study choices after you know your OP or selection rank at our Real Decisions event. Current students will also be on hand to talk about their university experience.
The program also includes campus tours, and seminars.
This event is for anyone who's thinking about starting an undergraduate course, including:
We're running this event at our Gardens Point campus.
You don't need to register for this event - just come along at a time that suits you.
Make sure you plan your day in advance so you don't miss out on a seminar or tour you'd like to attend.
Staff and current students from each faculty will be on hand to answer your questions and provide advice on courses and career outcomes. Staff from TAFE Queensland Brisbane will also be available to provide advice about pathways into university and upgrading options.
It's also a great opportunity to find out about our support services available to QUT students, with staff available to answer questions about:
A series of seminars will be held throughout the day to provide you with additional advice and information about getting started at QUT.
All seminars will be held in Kindler Theatre, level 4, P block.
Meet at the signed area on level 4, P block for a guided campus tour with a current QUT student. The campus tour will conclude at the library for those wishing to take the library/HiQ tour (see times below). Tour times are:
Meet at the signed are in the library foyer, level 3 for a tour of the library and our student centre, known as HiQ. Tour times are:
Our campus map will help you find your way to and around campus.
Our Gardens Point campus is well-accessed by bus, train and CityCat or ferry. Use TransLink's journey planner or contact TransLink on 13 12 30 for timetables and services.
As our Gardens Point campus is located in the CBD, parking is extremely limited. If you're driving, you should plan your journey ahead of time.
There are pay on exit car parks on campus, as well as public car parks in walking distance. Prices on campus start at $15 for one hour.
If you have a disability or any mobility difficulties, please refer to our accessibility map.
If you can't make it to Real Decisions, but you need advice about courses and entry to university for 2018, have a look at what happens after you apply through QTAC.
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