Resources for schools

Schools can access online resources and on-campus opportunities to engage with specific areas of study.


Blueshift is a business case competition open to Queensland students in Years 11 and 12. Competing teams are given a real-world case study and have four weeks to prepare and submit a solution in a written report. Finalists are then selected and are required to prepare a presentation of their proposed solution for a second case study. The winning team will be announced at the live finals event during the awards ceremony.

Blueshift Business case competition


Our Health Clinics conduct Careers in health events throughout the year at our Kelvin Grove, Gardens Point and Caboolture campuses. These events aim to provide primary and high school students with a unique insight into the exciting and diverse range of career options within the health sciences industry.

Careers in health events for schools


The QUT Faculty of Law delivers activities and advice to school students contemplating careers in law and justice. We offer interactive and educational activities to provide students with insights into the professions of law, criminology, policing, intelligence or government.

Law activities for schools

Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)

To engage secondary students in science, technology, engineering and maths disciplines, we offer a variety of on-campus activities in our new Science and Engineering Centre.

Activities can be tailored to suit your school's needs and interests, including tours, seminars and hands-on workshops. We also offer professional development courses for teachers.

STEM for schools

The QUTube

TheQUTube is our YouTube channel. We produce videos about:

  • getting into uni
  • upgrading pathways
  • life as a QUT student
  • our courses and study areas.

Motivating students

Equity Services provides a suite of widening participation activities to support students from north Brisbane to Sunshine Coast south areas, with a particular emphasis on low-SES, rural and Indigenous students.

Widening participation

Project U is a dedicated to dispelling the myths surrounding university study, including:

  • the types of people who go to uni
  • the study options available
  • the costs
  • gaining entry
  • study flexibility.

QUT Library Schools' Program

Our library provides resources and services for school students and teachers including:

  • school student library membership
  • library tours
  • workshops and activities that can be delivered in-school or on campus
  • access to learning and study skills tools.

QUT Open Day promotional material

QUT Open Day is an excellent opportunity for high school students to find out more about their tertiary study options. You can incorporate this flyer into your school newsletter, emails to students or parents, or PowerPoint slide for classes or presentations to encourage students to attend:

If you would like this file in a jpg or PowerPoint format, please contact Susan Thomas, Events Officer.

QUT Precincts

QUT offers a range of programs and shows for school students across its premier arts venues:

These programs are designed to expand learning beyond the classroom, encouraging cultural literacy and critical thinking through professional exhibition programs and shows, labs and workshops, and the QUT Art Collection.

Old Government House also runs educational programs and tours.

The Cube offers interactive workshops and tours across science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Campus and course posters

Our A3 colour posters feature information about our courses and campuses, and can be downloaded and printed for display in your school careers office, resource rooms, libraries or home rooms.


Student Recruitment

Events, publications and school liaison

  • Level 7, F Block, Room 706
    Victoria Park Rd
    Kelvin Grove QLD 4059