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We organise guided tours of our Gardens Point, Kelvin Grove and Caboolture campuses for school groups.
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We provide staff from high schools and TAFE with access to many resources to assist with advising students. Our focus is to offer you up-to-date course and career information, to ensure your students can make an informed decision about university study options.
We visit South-East Queensland schools every year to present information about QUT and its courses to prospective students.
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We offer free on-campus educational activities including workshops, school events, digital experiences, and our STEM camp. We want to engage secondary students in the science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) disciplines.
High school students can study one or two university subjects in the same classes as current QUT students and are awarded a scholarship to cover the cost of their tuition fees.
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Courses, entry requirements and application processes can be different for international students. We have free resources and services for guidance officers, parents and students to help with your specific enquiries.
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