Get support at QUT

If you need support, advice or counselling, QUT has services to help you academically, personally, financially and legally.

Student support services

Learn about general student support services such as the Student Centres and QUT Guild, as well as cultural and community programs and QUT’s International Student Services.

Language and learning support

Whether you are struggling academically or simply want to hone your skills, QUT offers many programs, workshops and services to help you.

Financial and legal help

Request legal advice or financial support through budgeting, welfare officer services, and food banks.Read more in our Legal Issues Guide.

Advice and counselling

If you are having problems, we have a free, confidential counselling service for all our international students.

Employment support

Our careers service can help you find work to support yourself while you're studying, and also prepare for a career after graduation. Find out more.

Health services

QUT has many free or discounted health services on campus for our students, including doctors, podiatrists and optometrists. Read more in our Health and Medical Guide.

Disability services

We support students with a disability, injury or health condition.

LGBTIQ support

Our Ally network provides support, services, events, information and resources for our lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ) student community.

Religious support

Our chaplaincy service is available to students from all religions, and can help you get in contact with religious groups in the community.

Higher degree research student support

QUT provides research students with special support services, including technology support, research training and the QUT Research Students Network.


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