At QUT, courses are designed with a balanced mix of theory and practical experience to ensure students are well-equipped for their chosen profession. QUT seeks the advice of industry, government and the professions, ensuring their degrees respond to changing employer demands, and reinforcing QUT's reputation as a university for the real world.
QUT's Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses are in the centre of Brisbane. All campuses are well-serviced by public transport.
The Gardens Point campus is located in Brisbane's CBD, facilitating QUT's relationship with business, industry and government, and is adjacent to the Brisbane River, City Botanic Gardens and Parliament House. The Science and Engineering Centre brings together teaching and research in science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, provides cutting-edge social and collaborative learning spaces for students, and is headquarters to QUT's research Institute for Future Environments. The centre also includes a food court, retail outlets, a 50m FINA-standard indoor swimming pool, gymnasium and student bar.
At Kelvin Grove a modern urban village development integrates the campus with residential, retail, health and recreational facilities. The University's award-winning Creative Industries Precinct provides state-of-the-art learning facilities as well as hosting performances, exhibitions and seminars in purpose-built spaces. Kelvin Grove campus also hosts the Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation which houses close to 400 scientists researching in areas that span biotechnology and biomedical engineering; and the Centre for Physical Activity, Health and Clinical Education, which accommodates world-class teaching and community clinics.
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Entry requirements for Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Applications for undergraduate courses and selected graduate education courses are processed by the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). International students completing Year 12 in Australia also apply via QTAC. All other international students apply for entry to QUT directly. Call QUT Information Services on 07 3138 2000 or visit any Student Centre.
QUT selects students based on merit. There may be specific requirements (e.g. auditions, folios, questionnaires, prior qualifications/work experience, and residential requirements) for some courses. Check the online course information at www.qut.edu.au/study. QUT's Assumed Knowledge Scheme (only applicable to domestic students) makes it possible for committed and capable students to be flexible in their course choices before and after starting studies at QUT. Assumed knowledge indicates the minimum level of knowledge for students considering a course, and QUT selects applicants for courses with assumed knowledge irrespective of their Year 12 subjects.
Special consideration requests and any supporting documentation will be considered with the QTAC application via QTAC's Educational Access Scheme (EAS). QUT will only use results from the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) for the calculation of a rank when used in conjunction with External Senior subjects, Certificate IV of Adult Tertiary Preparation, competency based studies, and via the Alternative Entry Scheme. The Alternative Entry Scheme is an experience-based admission program for QTAC applicants which looks at vocational experience, personal skills and attributes. QUT also has programs that are specifically designed to increase access for under-represented groups: the Oodgeroo Unit offers assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and the Q-Step Scheme via EAS, is a means of entry for applicants from low socio-economic backgrounds. The Elite Athlete Entry Scheme offers OP/rank bonuses for athletes, coaches and referees.
Transfering your previous study credits
QUT grants credit for prior learning for assessable learning outcomes achieved through formal and/or informal learning. QUT strives to optimise student progression while maintaining established academic standards.
QUT has a number of negotiated formal arrangements with other institutions such as the VET (Vocational Education and Training) sector and universities in the Australian Technology Network regarding course articulation and the granting of agreed advanced standing. These allow student movement between institutions and between various types and levels of courses. Where no such arrangement exists, applications are considered on their individual merit and in the spirit of this policy. QUT publishes advanced standing arrangements for individual courses on its Advanced Standing Precedent List site: www.advancedstanding.qut.edu.au. More information about how and when to apply for credit for prior learning can be found at: www.qut.edu.au/credit.
External study oppurtunities
For information on QUT's external and flexible study options visit www.qut.edu.au/study/external-and-flexible-study