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Why study information technology at QUT?

We have the largest number of students studying Information Technology in Queensland, with our graduates boasting Queensland's highest average starting salaries.

Opportunities for paid work experience with our Cooperative Education Programs give students credit for up to 12 months of industry experience.

Queensland game companies employ almost half of the video game industry's workforce, with Brisbane as a hub of games talent, producing games such as Hellboy, Fruit Ninja, the children's game Viva Pinata Party Animals and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed.

We provide extra support for students with programs:

  • Peer Assisted Support scheme to help you settle into university life
  • Peer Mentoring Scheme for IT students ensuring each first year student has a mentor
  • Learning support officers are on hand to help you with your studies.

QUT’s close collaboration with industry ensures that our degrees are structured to stay up to date with industry needs - now and into the future.

From late 2012, students will study in our new $230 million Science and Engineering Centre and Community Hub which integrates science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines in a world leading model.

We are the Area Academy Training Centre, Australia and New Zealand, for the Cisco Networking Academy Program (CNAP) and we maintain strong links with global companies such as Microsoft, SAP, Oracle and Infosys.

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General enquiries and student services

  • Level 3, O Podium
    Gardens Point
    2 George St
    Brisbane QLD
  • Postal address:
    QUT Science and Engineering Faculty
    GPO Box 2434
    Brisbane QLD 4001