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At QUT, we give our students access to the best lecturers, they study with the most advanced technology and learning spaces, and they get heaps of hands-on experience with industry to prepare them for the real world.
Starting uni in 2021?
The Queensland secondary education system has changed, with the introduction of the ATAR and new subjects.
Find out how these changes - starting from 2021 - might affect your child, including the new QUT Year 12 Early Entry Offer Scheme.
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University is a great investment in your child's future. Find out more about how much their course will cost, including options for financial support.
Your child may be eligible for a government HELP loan to help them cover the cost of their study.
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Find out what it's like to live in Brisbane, including information for students who are moving to Brisbane for the first time.
Our students are not alone while they're studying. See how we can help our students if they're having problems while studying.
Final year Bachelor of Justice/Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student Christjan Corias completed a 10-week internship with the North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) during his 2020 summer break. NAAJA offers volunteer and intern placements to law students and graduates looking to gain paralegal experience in their Criminal, Civil, and Law and Justice Project teams in office locations across the Territory.
COVID-19 didn’t stop QUT law students Irene Gallagher and Osanna Fa'ata'ape from continuing their crucial final-year work placements in the real world – they just transitioned to online.