If you need medical care, information or advice, you can visit the QUT Medical Centre. They cover general medicine, men's and women's health, travel medicine, immunisations, sexual health, mental health and skin checks.
Our QUT Health Clinics also offers free or low-cost appointments in nutrition and dietetics, exercise and movement, optometry, podiatry, and psychology and counselling.
If you're on a student visa, you must have valid Overseas Student Health Cover to access healthcare in Australia.
We’re proud to support our staff and students who identify as lesbian; gay; bisexual; transgender; intersex; queer or questioning; asexual, agender or aromantic; and those with other diverse genders and sexualities (LGBTIQA+). Our Ally network provides support, safe zones, services, events, information and resources to the QUT community.
You’ll be able to access counselling, medical services and specialist health clinics that can help you with any health concerns.
Our QUT Guild and Queer Collective have a strong history of representing diversity on campus and contributing to a safe, fair and equitable experience for all students.
We offer support services to students who have a disability, injury or health condition – permanent, temporary, episodic or fluctuating.
Our Disability Advisers are located on both campuses, and you can make an appointment to discuss your support options. Appointments are free and confidential, and they won't appear on your student record.
Our disability services
We can help you plan and manage your own career, assist with course uncertainty, and help clarify your vision for the future through online resources and in-person drop-in sessions.
To prepare you for the real world, you can get assistance with job searching techniques, investigate career options and explore your employability through networking, resume writing and more.
During your course, you can complete for-credit work experience and access industry-specific events and programs that put you in charge of your future.
You can also find part-time or casual work through QUT’s UniHub and speak with trained students who are available for chats about university challenges and career opportunities.
Religion and spirituality
We have mulitfaith chaplaincy centres for students of all faiths. Our bookable spaces, prayer rooms, student clubs and pastoral care are available to all students.
If you ever have an academic or administrative complaint or issue, our student ombudsman has a free, confidential and independent service that can help you find a solution.