QUT Sport offers a range of competitive and social sports on campus, supporting more than 25 sport and recreation clubs in our community.
For more information about the sports we offer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
From social games to state competitions, QUT offers plenty of opportunities for netball players at all levels.
The QUT Netball leader group organises a semester-based social competition, as well as entering teams into competitions and events such as the Queensland Premier League and the UniSport Nationals.
In 2020, QUT Sport supports the Carina Leagues Club Tigers who will play in Netball Queensland's HART Sapphire and Ruby Series.
The club is open to students and the local community. To get involved, contact email@example.com
Swim safety is a program for QUT international students that equips them with the skills to swim safely in all aquatic environments.
The program operates all year round using the YMCA Kelvin Grove pool facilities on campus. At the end of academic semesters, students have the opportunity to attend a day trip to Stradbroke Island where they put their skills into practice.
From socially-based recreational swimmers to high-performance athletes, our campus pools are available for all.
QUT's pools are heated to 28 degrees celcius all year round to ensure all users can swim comfortably. The pools are both indoors which ensure our students and the wider community avoid the harsh rays of the sun.
QUT Sport operate staff and student swim training sessions which are aimed at improving technique and skills across all swim strokes.
We launched Australia's first university esports program in 2017 with a purpose-built esports arena at our Gardens Point campus.
QUT's own semi-professional esports team - the QUT Tigers - contest a range of esports events, including the League of Legends Oceanic Challenger Series (OCS).
'QUT Sport has exposed me to many opportunities that develop me not only as an athlete but also personally and professionally. Being a part of QUT Sport has been the best decision that I have ever made.'
Gabriella Anderson, QUT Nationals Div. 2 mixed netball team manager and Bachelor of Laws (Honour) student
'If you are looking to improve your game, join or create a team, or maybe just meet a whole bunch of new friends, QUT esports is the number one place to be on campus.'
Marcellus Hinds-Meyer, Esports volunteer and Bachelor of Creative Industries/Bachelor of Business student