Your real-world health career starts here

Advancements in medical and social robotics, telehealth, wearable technologies and patient information management are changing how, where and when health care is delivered, recorded and analysed. Technology is allowing us to be more agile, but still focused on the most important thing: people.

Our health courses will expose you to the new ways of providing specialist health care and support services, and equip you with the skills to thrive in the real world.

Real-world experience

Treat real patients at our QUT Health Clinics, and get hands-on experience in our purpose-built clinical simulation centre, virtual environment training rooms, labs and gyms to build job ready skills.

Hands-on placement

Placement is your chance to get to work sooner. Together, our students complete more than 1.5 million hours of professional placement every year, working on real cases and engaging with industry experts.

Employer connections

Our lecturers and researchers work in the field and our graduates are in high demand, with many being offered employment before they complete their studies.

Flexible study options

We support your individual journey. Choose from more than 35 health course options to suit your needs, including graduate entry options, honours and double degrees.

Virtual tours

Explore our cutting-edge health facilities with 360⁰ videos, 3D tours and videos of our campus spaces.

Why study health

Internationally recognised

Our courses are accredited by some of the world's most influential and respected professional organisations. See who recognises our world-class undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Course accreditation

Our experts

Find a supervisor to undertake a research degree, an industry expert for project specific advice, or a potential partner or collaborator.

Our research

Discover our research strengths, take the next step with our research degrees, or connect with our expertise, equipment and facilities.

Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates

Our experts

Find a supervisor to undertake a research degree, an industry expert for project specific advice, or a potential partner or collaborator.

Our research

Discover our research strengths, take the next step with our research degrees, or connect with our expertise, equipment and facilities.

News and events

14 Oct 2021

Migraines caused by alterations in metabolite levels

Migraines are a pain in the head and in the hip pocket, but newly discovered genetic causes by QUT researchers could lead the way to new preventative drugs and therapies.

14 Oct 2021

Constant refugee policy changes leave service providers strained and stressed

The harmful effects of indefinite detention on asylum seekers’ mental and physical health are well-documented but recent QUT research has revealed the negative impacts on service providers, many of them volunteers and small non-profit organisations.

3 Nov 2021

Book Launch Professor Chelsea Watego - Another Day In The Colony

This event is to celebrate and launch QUT's Professor Chelsea Watego's first book - Another Day In The Colony. In this collection of deeply insightful and powerful essays, Chelsea Watego examines the ongoing and daily racism faced by First Nations peoples in so-called Australia.

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