O Week

During orientation, there are plenty of opportunities to connect with peers, QUT staff, student clubs and development opportunities.

O-Week is your chance to explore life as a QUT student, and is a great time to:

  • attend orientation workshops and seminars
  • explore QUT's huge range of student clubs and societies
  • find out about opportunities to play sport at QUT, including eSports
  • get your free QUT t-shirt and semester planner

Got your offer? Log in to HiQ for a more personalised look at your course orientation.

Need help?

HiQ is a student's first stop to find information about anything at QUT.

Call us, email us, or chat to us online.

Welcome from the Vice-Chancellor

QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Sheil AO welcomes you to QUT in 2020.

Join us

Join our community to get an insiders’ guide from our senior students.

The QUT First Years Facebook group helps you get started and succeed at QUT, and connects you with new students who are also starting their university journey.

Orientation workshops and seminars for students

We run essential workshops and seminars, as well as a number of recommended sessions and social engagements during O Week.

Our help sessions and uni tours include:

  • Get an introduction to QUT's technology, facilities, learning and support services with QUT101
  • Get help navigating your first semester with Explore Uni sessions
  • Join sessions on financial help, living in Brisbane and finding accommodation.

Take your university experience beyond the classroom and get involved in clubs, sport, volunteering and other co-curricular programs, and learn how to study overseas with our exchange programs.

Register for workshops and more from 22 June.

Need financial or personal support?

Whether you’re the first in your family to attend university, experiencing financial hardship, or want a bit of guidance to help you study at your full potential, we can help.

Learn more

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students

The Oodgeroo Unit invites all commencing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to our Pre-Orientation Program (POP).

Discover POP

Maori and Pasifika Students

Find a cultural network and supportive community at QUT through peer programs and engaged staff.

Learn more

Flexible study to suit you

To help make study accessible, QUT courses are being delivered online for as long as current government recommendations require.

Our existing financial support for students has been enhanced. Our Equity Scholarships Scheme has relaxed eligibility criteria and our Emergency Bursaries have increased in value due to our Emergency Student Fund.

Uni social life

Student clubs and societies

Joining a club is a great way to meet like-minded fellow students who share your interests and build lifelong friendships.

Explore QUT student clubs

QUT Student Guild clubs

Find your strengths

Explore and enhance your capacity for leadership, discover your strengths and leadership style, and build foundations in leadership theory, skills and experience.

Get involved

Sport at QUT

QUT Sport hosts sporting competitions and social sport, as well as training for national and intervarsity events.

Sport at QUT

Have you accepted your offer?

If your application to study at QUT is successful, you'll receive an offer.

How you respond depends upon the type of offer you receive.

Understanding your course

Once you're accepted your offer, you can enrol in your course.

Guide to enrolling

Courses

Your course is the degree or award you are enrolled in, like a Bachelor of Business.  It's also identified by a code, such as BS05.  Courses are made up of units.

Units

Units are individual subjects you enrol in each semester. They're identifiable by a name and a code, such as BSB110 Accounting.

Classes

Each semester, you'll need to register for and attend classes for each of the units you have enrolled in.  You need to enrol in your units before you can register for classes.

Plan your studies

Finding your way on campus

Find out about getting around the university, the free QUT shuttle bus, staying safe on campus and where to find help.

More information

Studying effectively

Learn how to manage your time, lower your stress levels and find the support you need for your university life.

Our tips and advice

Support for students

Discover all the support services available to you as a QUT student.

Living in Brisbane

If you're moving to Brisbane for study, there are opportunities to get to know the city before semester starts.

Student clubs and societies

Joining a club is a great way to meet like-minded fellow students who share your interests and build lifelong friendships. We've got clubs for recreation, music, sport, social justice and heaps more, including clubs and societies connected to your course or study area.

You can meet representatives from more than 150 student clubs at O Week.

Find your strengths

QUT has opportunities to help you explore and enhance your capacity for leadership, discover your strengths and leadership style, and build foundations in leadership theory, skills and experience.

You can also find opportunities to contribute to the QUT community as a volunteer.

Find out more

Sport at QUT

QUT Sport hosts sporting competitions and social sport, as well as training for national and intervarsity events. We host social and competitive sporting clubs across range of activities, including basketball, baseball, cricket, hockey, motorsport, running, rowing, tennis and rugby.

We have fitness clubs and aquatic centres on both campuses, a multipurpose sports stadium with running track, and a tennis centre.

We also have a competitive eSports team, and support eSports players of all levels. Play at our custom-designed eSports arena, and join our award-winning team.

Get involved

POP

The Oodgeroo Unit invites all commencing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to our Pre-Orientation Program (POP).

POP is designed to familiarise you with university life and give you the best possible start to your studies.

It's a great opportunity to meet other students in your faculty, the Oodgeroo Unit team, and other staff from across QUT.