New postgraduate courses in Engineering
Interested in expanding your knowledge in Engineering?
QUT now offers two new postgraduate courses with February and July intakes:
- Graduate Certificate in Communication for Engineering (EN60) – a new pathway program for international students who do not meet the minimum language requirements to be admitted directly to QUT’s Master of Professional Engineering program (IELTS 6.5).
- Master of Professional Engineering (EN55)
New course: Master of Counselling (PY12)
Gain advanced knowledge and skills in counselling therapy with an applied and experimental focus to your studies. You will also gain practical experience in QUT’s own Psychology and Counselling clinic.
QUT at the Forefront of Startups in Australia
In the 2017 Startup Muster survey, QUT was found to be the second most attended educational institution in the country.
Jessie gets a Life Changing Experience in Silicon Valley
QUT Creative Industries graduate Jessie Hughes was chosen as one of 20 young (18-29 year old), high-achieving, tech-focused Australians to go on a study tour to Silicon Valley, USA.
Find out how Jessie’s curiosity of choosing tech-heavy electives at QUT and travel have opened up a world of endless opportunities.
Education Courses Available for Mid-year Entry
July entry is now available for the following courses:
Bachelor of Education
- Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) ED39
- Bachelor of Education (Primary) ED49
- Bachelor of Education (Secondary)- Health Physical education ED59
Master of Teaching
- Master of Teaching (Early Childhood) EU30
- Master of Teaching (Primary) EU40
- Master of Teaching (Secondary) EU50
Admissions in July is with suitable advanced standing (credit) only.
QUT Lecturer Australian University Teacher of the Year
QUT’s robotics vision Distinguished Professor Peter Corke have been honoured as Australian University Teacher of the Year 2017, the nation’s most prestigious higher education teaching award.
QUT to Lead National Robotic Defence Research
Federal Minister for Defence Industry Christopher Pyne announced last month that QUT will lead research in the new Defence Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Trusted Autonomous Systems. QUT will headquarter the potentially $121 million research facility in Queensland.
New App to Help with Summer Safety
Summertime can lead to many burns giving you lifelong scars and year’s of treatment. To prevent this, QUT’s Dr Leila Cuttle has partnered with Australian technology company iPug to release “Cool runnings”, an app to educate people on burn prevention and burn first aid.
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