Location : Australia ,Queensland
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QUT is a major Australian university with a global reputation and a ‘real-world’ focus. QUT’s courses are in high demand and our graduates include eight Rhodes Scholars, five in the past seven years. We are an ambitious institution, one of the nation’s fastest growing research universities and we seek to equip our students and graduates with the skills they will need in an increasingly disrupted world.
We are transforming the experience we offer our some 50 000 students, and we place a premium on the national and international accreditation of our professional degrees. QUT offers academic programs from bachelor degree to PhD in fields spanning business, creative industries, education, health, science and engineering, and law. Some 25 per cent of enrolments are postgraduate, and 16 per cent of our students come from overseas. QUT is ranked as one of the world’s top young universities in the 2016 Times Higher Education 150 under 50 Rankings and our staff are recognised in national teaching awards.
Based in subtropical Brisbane, QUT has campuses at Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove in the inner city, and at Caboolture north of the city. The national and international award-winning Science and Engineering Centre at Gardens Point is home to The Cube and headquarters of the Institute for Future Environments. At Kelvin Grove, a major expansion of the Creative Industries Precinct was completed in 2016, providing outstanding studio spaces for the performance disciplines, and a new Education Precinct is due to be completed around the end of 2017.
The flagship Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation is a technologically advanced, multidisciplinary facility for hundreds of QUT researchers working together to solve real-world health problems. QUT is well known for its strong links to industry and government and the high impact of its research.
The internationally collaborative ARC Centre of Excellence for Robotic Vision is headquartered at QUT, and QUT is a key participant in the ARC Centre of Excellence for Mathematical and Statistical Frontiers. We also are a founding and leading partner in the Herston Biofabrication Institute that will be located within Queensland’s major medical precinct.
QUT is a member of the Australian Technology Network (ATN) of universities.
Our course pages include details of the minimum academic and English language requirements for admission. For courses with additional entry requirements such as auditions, interviews, portfolios or questionnaires, this information will be available . Some courses have specific closing dates and we publish this on our course pages as well . We will assess your previous study and results to see if you meet the academic entry requirements.
You can see a list of English proficiency requirements by study area here.
To assess your English language proficiency, we accept test results from:
You must take your proficiency test no more than 2 years before the start of your course. Email a copy of your latest IELTS or TOEFL score to International Admissions.
If you have IELTS or TOEFL results, we can estimate how much English you may need to meet the requirements for your course. We will give you a new package offer which includes English courses. You will be able to apply for a student visa to cover all courses you're studying. Email your latest IELTS or TOEFL score to QUT International Admissions.
If you are in Australia, you can complete the IELTS proficiency exam at our IELTS Test Centre.
As part of streamlined visa processing, we must ensure that your application is genuine and that you can successfully complete your planned study. We will consider a range of personal and academic factors when we assess your application, including:
You can explain why you chose to apply for this course, and how it will benefit your future career prospects, when you apply.
If you don't meet the English language or academic requirements for your course, you can study English language or academic bridging courses at QUT before you start your course.
The QUT International College offers English language and academic pathway programs to help you meet the entry requirements for your preferred course.
In Brisbane, most students live in shared accommodation. There are several excellent complexes located very close to our campuses. Types of accommodation include:
Student-only apartments with shared living and entertainment areas are a popular option for students, especially during their first year of study.
Live with an Australian family, who will provide you with meals, a furnished bedroom, and a great opportunity for language and culture exchange.
Units, flats, apartments, houses and townhouses can be rented by students in Brisbane. Rental properties are often the cheapest accommodation option.
Residential colleges provide meals and are run with a strong community spirit. Students who live in colleges often spend a lot of time with their fellow college members.
Several Brisbane colleges run by external providers offer select places to QUT students. These include:
When you arrive in Brisbane, Accommodation Services can provide advice and transport for you when inspecting accommodation. If you are not sure what type of accommodation to choose, you can contact one of our Accommodation Officers. They can let you know what accommodation is available, and can also put you in touch with other students who may be looking for similar accommodation. The Accommodation Service can also liaise with landlords and real estate agents on your behalf. Together with Student Support Services, they can provide assistance to students on any tenancy issues.
Currently there are no scholarships available.