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Section: STEM for schools
Our Vice-Chancellor's STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) camp gives students a taste of the STEM disciplines by engaging in a hands-on, intensive exploration of a project in their chosen discipline:
The camp is fully funded by QUT. There is no cost for students to attend and it is open to all high-achieving Queensland Year 11 students.
Applications for the 2017 Vice-Chancellor's STEM Camp open in late March.
To be accepted into this program, you must:
STEM camp is free for all participating students.
The camp is open to both local students and regional students. The program offers different support depending on how far you're travelling.
We have 80 places available for regional, Caboolture, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast student who are boarding for the duration of the camp. We provide:
Transport to Brisbane will be arranged for regional students (from your closest airport or train station).
Students from Caboolture, Sunshine Coast or Gold Coast will be required to find their own transport to and from Brisbane.
We have 80 places available for students attending day sessions of the camp. We provide:
Brisbane students are encouraged to stay for the evening events program, but you will need to get parent/guardian permission and arrange your own transport for these events.
If you are from a regional area and your application is successful, we will fund your transport from your closest airport or train station. Flights and trains will be booked when you confirm your acceptance into the camp.
Your parent or guardian must take you to your point of departure and pick you up on your return. Make sure that you meet all travel plans for flights or trains made by QUT. We are not responsible for missed flights or trains.
On arrival, we'll meet you at either Brisbane Domestic Airport or Roma Street Train Station.
On departure, we'll escort you to the Brisbane Domestic Airport or Roma Street Train Station and help you get to your designated destination.
You'll be accommodated at a local high school, Somerville House, in their new boarding facilities. We have reserved this space for exclusive use.
Students will share a 4-bed dorm with fellow participants. Rooms will be single sex only and there is one floor for female students and one floor for male students.
Each modern, dormitory style bedroom is air-conditioned and equipped with lockable lockers, bed linen and towels.
Swipe keys are required to access all bedrooms, bathrooms and communal areas.
Somerville House boarding facility has a 24/7 security guard, qualified in first-aid. QUT group leaders will also be accommodated in twin-share rooms on the same floor and a QUT point of contact will be on call 24 hours a day.
The facility is proactive in taking preventative measures at its property to ensure they maintain the highest possible standards in the field of risk management.
All QUT group leaders are QUT senior students or staff, who have been carefully selected by the university.
All of our group leaders have blue card qualifications and will reside at Somerville House for the full duration of the camp.