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Queensland University of Technology

Australia
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Queensland University of Technology

Australia
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Queensland University of Technology

Australia
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Queensland University of Technology

Australia
Overview

Overview

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is situated in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, and is spread across two campuses – Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove. The University is held in high regard, and was named the top Queensland university under 50 years, and 18th in the world under 50 years by QS Top Universities Rankings in 2018. It also boasts award-winning teaching staff, which has seen them receive 100 Australian Awards for University Teaching.

QUT prides itself in being known as a 'university of the real world', due to its expansive links within the industry. Courses at the institution are designed and reviewed by those working in the fields, ensuring that students are learning up-to-date information that abides by industry standards. During their time learning, students also get the chance to undertake work experience and work on real projects.

The institution has six faculties – QUT Business School, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law and Science and Engineering. Across the two campuses students benefit from state-of-the-art learning facilities, including a law moot court, health clinics, an AUD 230million Science and Engineering Centre, a new AUD 76.7million Education Precinct opening in 2018, and an AUD 80 million Creative Industries Precinct complete with galleries, recording studios and editing suites. Both sites also have plenty of shops and cafes, as well as a swimming pool and fitness centre.

There are over 100 student clubs and societies at QUT, which range from special interest groups to sports clubs. Students can also attend free workshops to help them build their skills in things such as leadership, personal development and careers help.

The University offers a wide range of support services, including extra learning and study skills support, as well as help for disabled students, international students and information and support on finances.

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Overview

Overview

QUT was named as the top young university in the state of Queensland and 18th in the QS Top Universities Rankings for universities under 50 years old in 2018. With award-winning teaching staff, recognised by receiving 100 Australian Awards for University Teaching, it is easy to see why QUT has rapidly become a leading institution ‘Down Under’.

Known as a real-world university, QUT provides expansive industry links and courses designed to work in the field to which they relate with input from industry experts. Students get the chance to undertake work experience on real projects and are able to leave QUT with relevant, up-to-date skills to directly impact their working lives.

Based across two campuses – Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove – QUT enrols almost 50,000 students each year with nearly 8,000 international students. Students are spread across six schools – QUT Business School, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law and Science and Engineering.

QUT has been the subject of significant investment in recent years to create state-of-the-art learning facilities, including an AUD230 million Science and Engineering Centre, a new AUD76.7 million Education Precinct which opened this year and an AUD80 million Creative Industries Precinct including recording facilities, galleries and editing suites.

The university offers a vibrant campus with over 100 student clubs and societies across a range of activities, whilst free workshops are put on to help students build their skills. A wide range of support services help international students with anything they may need and make QUT a friendly and exciting place to study.

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Overview

Overview

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is an innovative and dynamic institution with an international reputation. A research-intensive university, the institution has pioneered new methods of teaching, learning and research. The university is ranked in the world's top 250 by the QS World University Rankings, 2019 and is placed 179th globally by the THE World University Rankings, 2020.

Ranked as one of the top three Young Universities in Australia (THE Young University Rankings, 2019), QUT has over 50,000 students, including 8,944 international students. These students are well served by an institution that offers hundreds of study options at various levels and across multiple fields, including education, engineering, creative industries, law and business. The university enhances its offering through close partnerships with government organisations and top universities across the globe.

Faculty at QUT are internationally renowned with a wealth of experience, all of whom aid the development of students. The quality of teaching on offer at the university is borne out by the increasing number of teaching awards it has received, with recognition being given across categories such as teaching excellence and citations.

Known as a real-world university, QUT provides courses designed to work in the field to which they relate, with input from industry experts. Students get the chance to undertake work experience on real projects and are able to leave QUT with relevant, up-to-date skills.

Based across two central campuses in Brisbane, students have access to a large choice of facilities, from sports centres to high-tech learning venues. There are also numerous support services on offer to students, from counselling to skills workshops, all aimed at providing students with the ideal environment in which to live and learn. Brisbane provides a great location for international students to live, with an enviable climate, a wide range of activities and excellent accommodation.

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Overview

Overview

Located in the coastal city of Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is one of Australia's most progressive modern universities, with an industry-focused approach towards tuition, and a global outlook which connects its students with the wider world of business and research.

QUT encourages a culture of collaboration and innovation, ensuring students gain internationally accredited qualifications, as well as hands-on experience and transferable skills, bringing the confidence and adaptability needed for success in their future careers.

The curriculum is designed with leading industry professionals to ensure continually relevant course content. QUT is Australia's top young university according to the 2020 THE Young University Rankings.

There are a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate course options available including business creative industries education engineering health justice law and science. English language pathway programs are also offered.

QUT is tackling some of the largest current global issues by conducting interdisciplinary research, combining expertise from different teaching departments and translating their work into the international research community. Students can enhance their research skills within a globally connected learning environment and apply their work with real-world impact.

Brisbane is a welcoming, multicultural city, known for its dynamic urban precincts, outdoor lifestyle, and natural attractions. It is Australia's third largest city and has much to offer QUT's population of around 50,000 students, with a vibrant international community representing over 140 countries worldwide.

The university itself offers high-tech facilities and outstanding student support, with a lively social scene and over 150 student-run clubs and societies. QUT offers a world-class education in the heart of Brisbane, and a wealth of graduate opportunities.

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What's new

What's new

Australia’s leadership in 3D printing in medicine and health care has leapt ahead with an ARC training centre dedicated to cutting-edge research in close collaboration with hospitals and industry to rapidly translate lab findings into practical patient benefits.

Three research projects well underway at the ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing based at QUT’s Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation are:

  • A hand-held ‘bio pen’, fed with bio ink that will allow surgeons to 3D-print patient-specific cartilage cells on to knee and hip joints to repair and replace cartilage.
  • Patients can look forward to less time under anaesthetic as surgeons can improve their suture skills dramatically with a new, largely 3D-printed device, that lets them practice suturing tiny 3D-printed ‘blood vessels, nerves, ligaments and tendons’ to increase their skill and speed and test the quality of suturing lines via measuring the burst strength and water leakage.
  • Cell biology and tissue engineering scientists are moving ever closer to personalised, patient-specific cancer therapy by using 3D-printed hydrogels to model individual patients’ tumours to test for the most effective drug for that particular patient.

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What's new

What's new

Queensland University of Technology is ranked among the world’s top 20 young universities in two international rankings – the 2019 QS Top 50 Under 50, and the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2018. The university’s standing also leapt in the QS World University Rankings 2019 to within the top 250 institutions worldwide.

The university is placed 19th in the most recent QS rankings of the best universities in the world which are less than 50 years of age, third among the universities in Australia, as well as 20th in the THE Young University Rankings of the best universities in the world which are 50 years old or younger.

QUT rose four places when compared with the previous year’s list, which includes 250 young universities, a number that has increased from 200 universities in 2017.

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Award-winning research

Seven QUT researchers were awarded close to AUD 2.92 million by the 2020 Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Early Career Researcher Award.

Their research projects cover areas such as digital technology, reduction of smart phone related road accidents, sustainable building designs, youth peace advocacy, and more.

John Monash Scholar

Jessie Hughes, a QUT alumnus, a design strategist and creative technologist, was recently named a 2020 John Monash Scholar.

She will be awarded AUD 140,000 over two years towards her Master of Design at Harvard University or Master of Media, Arts and Science at MIT Media Lab in Cambridge. Her studies will explore advanced approaches to technology and society.

Hughes said, ''I am applying to them both. Either way, MIT and Harvard are both based in Cambridge, MA so I will be moving there and hopefully commencing study in September 2020. My main focus is on the cross-intersection of design, technology, art and strategy for social innovation. I am aiming to lead the design of systems, media, and tools to improve the livelihood of Australians, and others, through creative innovation and emerging technology.''

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What's new

What's new

Start online, come when possible

Students can commence their QUT course online without delays to their student life. With the university's extensive online learning resources, student support services, and dedicated staff, students will excel in their study. They will have the opportunity to engage in real-world learning at the top young university in Australia.

Students can refer to the frequently asked questions for more details. They can also watch taster QUT lectures on-demand to get a taste of online student life at QUT.

Award-winning research

QUT has been awarded USD 6.1 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage and Discovery projects for 2020 and 2021.

QUT has been awarded AUD 1,200,955 for three ARC Linkage Projects and AUD 4,917,549 for 13 Discovery projects.

The Linkage Projects promote research partnerships between businesses, researchers, industry community organisations and publicly funded research agencies. The Discovery projects cover research in engineering, science, law and the creative industries.

John Monash Scholar

Jessie Hughes, a QUT alumnus, a design strategist and creative technologist, was named a 2020 John Monash Scholar.

She was awarded AUD 140,000 over two years towards her Master of Design at Harvard University or Master of Media, Arts and Science at MIT Media Lab in Cambridge. Her studies will explore advanced approaches to technology and society.

Hughes said, ''My main focus is on the cross-intersection of design, technology, art and strategy for social innovation. I am aiming to lead the design of systems, media, and tools to improve the livelihood of Australians, and others, through creative innovation and emerging technology.''

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Why QUT?

Why QUT?

QUT is an ambitious and collaborative institution that seeks to equip students and graduates with the skills they will need in an increasingly disrupted and challenged world.

It is a global university with state-of-the-art facilities, world-class teaching staff and real-world focus for its students.

The University offers a world-class education, evidenced by its international recognition:

  • Of 8 graduates who have become Rhodes Scholars, 5 have been awarded in the past 7 years
  • QUT is ranked 18th globally in the QS Top 50 under 50 (2018)
  • 2nd in Australia in the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings (2017)
  • 201-300 in the 2017 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy
  • 89% of international students are satisfied with their experience at QUT (International Student Barometer Queensland, 2016)
  • 9 study areas in the top 100 - QS World University Ranking by Subject, 2018
  • 2nd in Australia for Communication and Media Studies - QS World University Ranking by Subject, 2018
  • 1st Business School in Australia to achieve triple international accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA)

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

Queensland University of Technology is recognised as 'a university for the real world' due to its close links with industry, as well as its applied research and relevant teaching. Both professionals and industry representatives contribute to the university’s course development, combining theoretical education with a practical perspective.

The university’s faculty consult in industry and also handle industry projects which often sees participation from students. Both students and staff have access to the advanced teaching technology at the university.

While studying with the university, students will have the opportunity to study with the latest technology and learning spaces, learn from the best lecturers, and get lots of hands-on experience with the industry to prepare them for the real world.

Students will also have lots of opportunities to gain work experience and travel across the world during their studies and after graduation.

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Study experience

Study experience

Teaching quality

Queensland University of Technology is recognised as 'the university for the real world' due to its close links with industry, as well as its applied research and relevant teaching. Both professionals and industry representatives contribute to the university's course development, combining theoretical education with a practical perspective.

The university's faculty consult in industry and also handle industry projects which often see participation from students. Both students and staff have access to the advanced teaching technology at the university.

While studying at the university, students study with access to the latest technology and learning spaces, learn from the best lecturers, and get lots of hands-on experience with the industry to prepare them for the real world.

Students also have the opportunity to gain work experience and travel across the world during their studies and after graduation.

Points of pride

Some of QUT's recent accolades are:

  • The university ranks 179th globally, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2020).
  • QUT is among Australia's top three ‘Young Universities' (it comes in 2nd nationally & 24th on an international level, as per the Times Higher Education (THE) Young University Rankings 2019) and ranks 3rd nationally and is 19th worldwide, according to the QS Top 50 under 50 for 2019.
  • QUT came in 244th in the 2019 QS World University Rankings.
  • The university was among Top 15 Universities nationally, according to the 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) Shanghai Ranking Consultancy.
  • QUT is placed 39th globally (2nd nationally) for Employer-Student Connections in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.
  • QUT enjoys a student satisfaction rating of 91.7 per cent of international students satisfied with their QUT experience (International Student Barometer Queensland, 2018).

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Study experience

Study experience

Teaching quality

Queensland University of Technology is recognised as 'the university for the real world' due to its close links with industry, as well as its applied research and relevant teaching. Both professionals and industry representatives contribute to the university's course development, combining theoretical education with a practical perspective.

The university's faculty consult in industry and also handle industry projects which often see participation from students. Both students and staff have access to the advanced teaching and technology at the university.

While studying at the university, students study with access to the latest technology and learning spaces, learn from the best lecturers, and get lots of hands-on experience with the industry to prepare them for the real world. Students undertake work-integrated learning experiences, including internships, placements, case studies and projects embedded in their courses.

Student safety

The university strives to keep its campuses as secure and safe as possible so that the students can experience a comfortable study environment with round-the-clock security, emergency call points and a safety app connected to the security team.

SafeZone

SafeZone is an application available to all QUT students. At the tap of a button, students can alert QUT security of their location and send for help.

Brisbane is a safe and friendly city and is home to 95,000 international students. Australia is also a very safe travel destination with true freedom, stability and security.

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Teaching quality

Teaching quality

QUT is well known as 'a university for the real world' because of its close links with industry and its relevant teaching and applied research. Industry representatives and professionals contribute to its course development, adding a practical perspective to theoretical education.

Its academic staff consult with industry and work on industry projects which often involve students. Staff and students have access to the latest teaching technology.

Award-winning teachers

The University’s performance is exceptional in the Australian Awards for University Teaching and Fellowship programme, which recognises efforts to advance learning and teaching in higher education. QUT has received 100 Australian Awards for University Teaching to date, so students know they’ll be taught by award-winning teaching staff that are experts in their field.

QUT celebrates 500 HEA fellows

QUT has started 2018 with an international teaching milestone, after its Associate Professor, Christy Collis became the University’s 500th staff member to be recognised as a HEA fellow.

“This milestone indicates the widespread focus on the value of teaching quality at QUT, the value we place on staff who support learning, and the deep commitment to the Academy shown by the many staff members who have helped build QALT by playing roles as mentors, reviewers and champions,” Professor Abby Cathcart, the head of QUT’s Academy of Learning and Teaching, said.

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Department structure

Department structure

Business

QUT’s business programmes guarantee students’ quality education as they study with the first business school in Australia to receive triple international accreditation by global accrediting agencies: EQUIS and the American Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), and the Association of MBAs (AMBA) which is based in the U.K.

Creative Industries

The university’s Creative Industries Faculty is ranked among the top 25 universities across the world for media and communication according to the QS World University Ranking by Subject, 2017. It offers Australia’s largest combination of creative disciplines and a wide array of industry partnerships.

Education

The university’s educators have been ranked as world standard or above in the field of education research in the Excellence in Research for Australia assessment. The faculty has also achieved eight Australian awards or citations recognising its outstanding teachers and learning as well as teaching programmes.

Health

Health students will have access to learning environments which feature leading industry equipment, simulation facilities, and virtual technology.

Law

The graduates of QUT law or justice are sought after by employers and are taught by award-winning staff who are globally renowned and comprised of full-time academics as well as justice professionals and practising lawyers.

Science and engineering

The faculty’s strong industry connections and world-class teaching ensure that the degrees taught are relevant and applicable. Students will have access to facilities and technology which support their studies.

English language and academic pathways

QUT provides a number of English language as well as academic pathway programmes through its International College (QUTIC). These programmes help students to develop their language and academic skills and offer an easy transition into the students’ chosen degree programmes.

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Department structure

Department structure

QUT offers numerous study options across its faculties:

Business School

QUT's business school is the first in Australia to receive triple international accreditation and prepares students for employment in Australia and overseas. It is ranked among the top 100 globally in business and economics by the THE World University Rankings 2019.

Creative Industries

QUT's Creative Industries Precinct, Australia's most advanced technical creative space, serves as an incubator for commercial development and experimentation in the field. QUT's Creative Industries is ranked first in Australia for communication and media studies (QS World University Rankings 2019). The university offers Australia's largest combination of creative disciplines and a wide array of industry partnerships.

Education

The university's educators have been ranked as world standard or above in the field of education research as per the Excellence in Research for Australia assessment. Study options are research informed and taught by award winning lecturers.

Health

QUT equips students with the skills to become successful future health professionals, with its learning environments featuring leading industry equipment, simulation facilities, and virtual technology.

Law

The graduates of QUT law or justice are sought after by employers and are taught by award-winning staff who are globally renowned and full-time academics as well as justice professionals and practising lawyers.

Science and Engineering

The faculty is one of Australia's largest faculties with 23 disciplines and ten schools. Its strong industry connections and world-class teaching ensure that the degrees taught are relevant and applicable. Students benefit from access to facilities and technology which support their studies.

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Points of pride

Points of pride

Some of QUT's recent accolades are:

  • QUT is the top young university in Australia and 14th in the world in the THE Young University Rankings (2020)
  • The university ranks 186th globally, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (2021)
  • QUT came in 217th globally in the QS World University Rankings (2021)
  • QUT is placed 39th globally (2nd nationally) for Employer-Student Connections in the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020
  • QUT placed in the 101-110 band globally and 9th in Australia, as per the QS Graduate Employability Ranking (2020)
  • It ranked 1st nationally and 16th internationally for communication and media studies, as per the QS World University Ranking by Subject (2021)
  • The university was 6th in the country and 31st in the world for nursing, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject (2021)
  • Its 21 fields of research were rated well above world standard in the Australian Research Council Excellence in Research for Australia assessment 2018-2019, and a further 27 above world standard
  • QUT enjoys a student satisfaction rating of 91.7 per cent from its international students (International Student Barometer Queensland, 2018)

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Department structure

Department structure

Study options at QUT are offered across the faculties listed below…

Business

It is Australia's first business school with triple international accreditation, a distinction held by less than 1% of business schools worldwide.

Creative Industries

QUT Creative Industries Faculty is a world leader in arts, media and design for both teaching and research, with extensive industry partnerships and a proven track record in growing the creative economy.

Through forward-looking courses and cutting-edge research, it is leading the way nationally and internationally. The Faculty's academic programmes include some of the highest-demand undergraduate courses at QUT.

Education

This is one of the largest education faculties in Australia and provides the foundation for lifelong learning in young minds.

Health

QUT offers courses taught by industry professionals, clinical practical placements, and some of the best facilities and equipment in Australia.

Law

Students gain meaningful connections with industry employers through work placements and learn practical skills through its mooting programme.

Science and Engineering

Its international accreditation, unique courses, and strong industry and research partnerships prepare students to become part of a sought-after global workforce.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements

Students must check the course information in order to determine the academic requirements they would have to meet. This includes any and all additional requirements like interviews, auditions, or portfolios.

English proficiency requirements

Students would have to meet the requirements of the courses to determine the English language levels needed for their courses, which they can check through their course information.

Queensland University of Technology accepts results from a number of standardised tests. Students can see the required minimum test scores with the course information.

Students must take their proficiency test no longer than two years before they commence their courses.

The university accepts test results from:

  • TOEFL iBT (internet-based)
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
  • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)
  • IELTS (Academic)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic)

If students do not meet the requisite English language test scores, or adequate academic requirements for their preferred courses, the university may offer them a course package, which incorporates students’ preferred courses with either the English or pathway programme. If students pass these courses, they can move straight into their full degree.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements

Students should check the course information in order to determine the academic requirements they need to meet. This includes any and all additional requirements like interviews, auditions, or portfolios.

English proficiency requirements

Students must meet the English language requirements for their chosen course. Queensland University of Technology accepts results from a number of standardised tests. Students must check individual programme pages to view details. Students must take a proficiency test no longer than two years before they commence their courses.

The university accepts test results from:

  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
  • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)
  • IELTS (Academic)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic)
  • TOEFL iBT (internet-based)

If students do not meet the requisite English language test scores, or adequate academic requirements for their preferred courses, the university may offer them a course package, which incorporates students' preferred courses with either the English language or pathway programme. If students pass these courses, they can move straight into their full degree.

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Department structure

Department structure

QUT offers numerous study options:

Business

As the first triple internationally accredited business school in Australia, QUT prepares students for employment nationally and internationally. 90 per cent of its business graduates were found to have been employed four months after graduation.

Creative industries

QUT's creative industries is ranked first in Australia for communication and media studies (QS World University Rankings 2021). The university offers Australia's largest combination of creative disciplines and a wide array of industry partnerships.

Education

The university's educators have been ranked as world standard or above in the field of education research as per the Excellence in Research for Australia assessment. Study options are research informed and taught by award winning lecturers.

Engineering

QUT engineering courses provide students hands-on learning along with real-world applications. Students will be equipped with skills to create and design structures, machines and more they also have access to top-notch facilities.

Health

QUT equips students with the skills to become successful future health professionals, with its learning environments featuring leading industry equipment, simulation facilities, and virtual technology.

Justice

QUT courses help students gain insight into issues around contemporary social justice. Students will benefit from award-winning faculty and networking opportunities through placements.

Law

The graduates of QUT law are sought after by employers and are taught by award-winning staff who are full-time academics and practising lawyers.

Science

Students gain hands-on learning in practical field experiences in QUT science courses and QUT's strong science industry connections ensure degrees are relevant and applicable.

QUT College

QUT College offers students a range of premium English language and academic pathway programs that lead students to QUT undergraduate or postgraduate study. Students can also take a virtual tour of QUT College.

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements

QUT course pages include details of the minimum academic and English language requirements for admission.

Some courses may have additional entry requirements such as auditions, interviews, portfolios or questionnaires. There may also be specific closing dates for different courses, which the University publishes on its course pages.

English language requirements

To assess students’ English language proficiency, QUT accepts test results from:

  • IELTS (Academic)
  • TOEFL iBT (Internet-based)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic)
  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
  • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)

Students must take their proficiency test no more than 2 years before the start of their course. They must email a copy of their latest IELTS or TOEFL score to International Admissions.

QUT International College

If students don't meet the English language or academic requirements for their course, they can study English language or academic bridging courses at QUT before they start their course. QUT International College (QUTIC) is part of the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Queensland. It delivers English and Academic pathway programmes on-campus for a large percentage of its full degree students.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Merit scholarships

High-achieving international students may be eligible for merit scholarships. There is an unlimited number of these scholarships available and recipients will receive a scholarship covering 25% of their course fees, provided they maintain a minimum grade point average throughout the course of their study.

These scholarships cover a range of undergraduate and postgraduate creative industries, business, science and engineering degrees and students don't need to apply separately.

Some of them include…

  • Creative Industries International Scholarship: For studies in creative and performing arts, media and design.
  • Triple Crown Scholarship: For studies in business.
  • International Merit Scholarship: For studies in science, IT, engineering mathematics and urban development.
  • The Faculty of Education International Student Scholarship: AUD5,000 payment for future international students starting a Master of Education.

Student Speak

“Receiving the Triple Crown scholarship was a nice surprise. It has assisted me financially, and motivates me to do my best. I chose QUT because of its triple international accreditation and it has that practical element I was looking for.” - Ying Ling Chin (Triple Crown Scholarship recipient)

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The university offers international students many scholarships including:

International Merit scholarships

High-achieving international students may be eligible for a merit scholarship, provided they meet required academic conditions.

The recipients will receive:

  • a scholarship covering 25 percent of course fees for the first two semesters
  • an ongoing scholarship covering 25 percent of course fees per semester

These scholarships cover a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the Business, Creative Industries, Education Science and Engineering faculties. Students don't need to apply separately.

Student Speak

''Receiving the Triple Crown scholarship was a nice surprise. It has assisted me financially and motivates me to do my best. I chose QUT because of its triple international accreditation and it has that practical element I was looking for.'' - Ying Ling Chin (Triple Crown Scholarship recipient).

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Entry requirements

Entry requirements

Academic entry requirements

Students should check the course information to determine the academic requirements they need to meet. This includes any additional requirements like interviews, auditions, or portfolios.

English proficiency requirements

Students must meet the English language requirements for their chosen course. Queensland University of Technology accepts results from several standardised tests. Students must check individual programme pages to view details. Students must take a proficiency test no longer than two years before they commence their courses.

The university accepts test results from:

  • Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
  • Cambridge English: Proficiency (CPE)
  • IELTS (Academic)
  • Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic)
  • TOEFL iBT (internet-based)

If students do not meet the requisite English language test scores or adequate academic requirements for their preferred courses, the university may offer them a course package, which incorporates their degree course with an English language or pathway program. When students pass these programs, they can move directly on to their full degree.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

Merit scholarships

High-achieving international students may be eligible for merit scholarships. There is an unlimited number of these scholarships available and recipients will receive a scholarship covering 25% of their course fees, provided they maintain a minimum grade point average throughout the course of their study.

These scholarships cover a range of undergraduate and postgraduate Creative Industries, Business, Science and Engineering degrees and students don't need to apply separately.

Some of them include…

  • Creative Industries International Scholarship: For studies in Creative and Performing Arts, Media and Design.
  • Triple Crown Scholarship: For studies in Business.
  • International Merit Scholarship: For studies in Science, IT, Engineering Mathematics and Urban Development.
  • The Faculty of Education International Student Scholarship: A AUD 5,000-payment for future international students starting a Master of Education.

Student Speak

'Receiving the Triple Crown scholarship was a nice surprise. It has assisted me financially, and motivates me to do my best. I chose QUT because of its triple international accreditation and it has that practical element I was looking for.' - Ying Ling Chin (Triple Crown Scholarship recipient)

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Facilities

Facilities

The university offers its students a number of facilities including:

Gardens Point campus

The Gardens Point campus is located in the Brisbane's city centre, next to Parliament House, the Brisbane River, and the City Botanical Gardens. The Goodwill Bridge offers students easy access on bicycle or foot to the cultural capital of South Bank.

There are numerous eating options at the Gardens Point campus, comprising of a food court and cafes. Also, the Brisbane city is just a short walk away. The university’s students will be able to enjoy several of the cultural venues on campus.

There are student accommodation providers nearby in the city and across the river at South Bank. QUT’s accommodation service can help students with advice and information on finding accommodation in the city of Brisbane.

Kelvin Grove campus

The main campus for creative industries, education, health and international college students, Kelvin Grove is located in the thriving Kelvin Grove village.

It enjoys collaborative learning spaces, performance venues, shops and cafes, set amongst the vibrant urban village.

The village offers students shops, restaurants, residential units, a weekly market, parklands and fitness facilities, along with the performance spaces and dynamic art at the QUT's Creative Industries Precinct.

There are several options for food and drink at Kelvin Grove campus, comprising of franchises such as Sushi Mura and Boost Juice.

Fully furnished apartments are available for students to rent in the village at Iglu student accommodation.

QUT’s accommodation service can also help with information and advice on finding accommodation near campus.

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Facilities

Facilities

The university offers its students a number of facilities including:

Gardens Point campus

The Gardens Point campus is located in Brisbane's city centre, next to Parliament House, the Brisbane River, and the City Botanical Gardens. The Goodwill Bridge offers students easy access on bicycle or foot to the cultural capital of South Bank.

There are numerous eating options at the Gardens Point campus, comprising of a food court and cafes. The Brisbane city centre is also just a short walk away. The university's students will be able to enjoy several of the cultural venues on campus.

There are student accommodation providers within five minutes' walk. QUT's accommodation service can help students with advice and information on finding accommodation in the city of Brisbane.

Kelvin Grove campus

The main campus for creative industries, education, health and international college students, Kelvin Grove is located in the thriving Kelvin Grove Urban Village.

Students enjoy collaborative learning spaces, performance venues, shops and cafes, set amongst the vibrant urban village.

The village offers students shops, restaurants, residential units, a weekly market, parklands and fitness facilities, along with the performance spaces and dynamic art at the QUT's Creative Industries Precinct.

There are several options for food and drink at Kelvin Grove campus, comprising of franchises such as Sushi Mura and Boost Juice.

Fully furnished apartments are available for students to rent in the village, and both Iglu and Unilodge have on-campus student accommodation available. QUT's accommodation service can also help with information and advice on finding accommodation near campus.

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Scholarships & funding

Scholarships & funding

The university offers international students many scholarships including:

International merit scholarships

High-achieving international students may be eligible for a merit scholarship, provided they meet required academic conditions.

The recipients will receive one of the following:

  • a scholarship covering 25 per cent of course fees for the first two semesters
  • an ongoing scholarship covering 25 per cent of course fees per semester

These scholarships cover a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in business, creative industries, education, science and engineering. Students applying to study health-related courses may be eligible to receive a scholarship covering 25 per cent of the course fees for the first two semesters. Students don't need to apply separately and will be considered for the scholarship when applying.

Student Speak

"I received the merit scholarship which enabled me to start my journey studying at QUT. It also removed the financial burden on my parents which was a big help. QUT staff were very helpful and supportive, always there to help you. I really enjoy the practical aspects of my studies preparing me for the real world. QUT has a great diversity of people and skills from whom you can learn a lot. This is part of a great experience which I'm very thankful for."- Anuka Bulankulame (International Merit Scholarship recipient).

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