Students in Year 11 or 12 who have a university course in mind but didn't choose the prerequisite or assumed knowledge subjects at school can gain this knowledge through a bridging course before they start university.
You may be wondering how a Virtual Open Day works and how to make the most of it. We’re here to answer all your burning Virtual Open Day questions and share our top tips.
QUT’s Virtual Open Day is your best chance to explore everything QUT has to offer you. Take virtual tours of the amazing facilities, attend a course webinar, find out about gaining entry, scholarships, student life, support and more through videos and online chat with our academic staff and students.
Top tips for QUT Virtual Open Day
- Prepare yourself—don’t leave your research until the day of the event! Spend some time exploring courses, taking a virtual tour and watching student videos beforehand so you are prepped and ready with your questions on the day. Check out the on-demand content now.
- Take our quiz—if you’re not sure what to study, QUT’s Match My Skills quiz will provide you with a personalised list of courses and careers that matches your skills and interests. Take the quiz before open day to get the most out of your experience.
- Get your FAQs answered quickly—just like a face-to-face event, a virtual event can be busy so we’re creating quick course videos that will answer common questions. Check these out in the Video section of each booth before heading to a chat session to get your more detailed questions answered.
- Check the webinar schedule—in addition to on-demand videos, there are scheduled webinars for different study areas. Hear from students and academic staff about our courses and their experiences. Check the times now.
- Get comfortable—the best of part of a Virtual Open Day is that you can do it from home. Get comfy on the couch, get your snacks ready and tune in.
- Sort your tech—all you need to access QUT Virtual Open Day is internet and a device—think mobile phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers. Registration is essential, so if you haven’t already, register now. Give yourself time to get set up and find a place where you have a strong, stable internet connection.
- Invite your support crew—if you have friends or family supporting you to make decisions, bring them along. They can join the event separately or sit with you during webinars or live chat.
See you this Sunday 25 July, we can’t wait to meet you.
And don’t forget to register!
Eight First Nations students graduated with law degrees from QUT on Monday, marking the largest cohort of Indigenous students to graduate from the Law School in its history.