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QUT students selected for the 2017 Huawei Seeds for the Future Award
On Monday 20 November we congratulated and farewelled 6 QUT STEM students who were selected to participate in the Huawei’s 2017 Seeds for the Future annual program. The program includes a 3-week hands-on learning experience across Beijing and Shenzhen in China.
QUT to host accelerator program for med tech entrepreneurs
The Bridge Tech Program is a QUT based accelerator program aimed for people interested in medical technology and medical devices. Starting in 2018, the program will provide training for 100 successful applicants, via online resources and a three-day residential course at QUT in Brisbane.
Discover Creative Industries in 360
Join QUT Creative Industries graduate Jessie Hughes on a 360 adventure across Brisbane, Australia. Immerse yourself in the best of what QUT Creative Industries and Brisbane has to offer! See the amazing study spaces and beautiful Brisbane places that makes us one of the hottest study destinations in Australia.
What happens after graduation?
Hear about Aubrey’s plans after she graduates.
QUTIC welcomes the first Diploma in Health Science cohort
QUT recently welcomed 59 new students into the new Diploma in Health Science (HL10) program. The new eight-month diploma program provides students with a taste of what it is like to study Health at QUT whilst developing their English language skills to the required level for entry into selected health degrees.
QUT wins the 2017 Global Business Challenge
A combined team from University of Arizona/QUT winners Smart Blox won first prize in the 2017 Global Business Challenge for their Do-it-Yourself solar system. The prize includes $100,000 plus an industry prize from ACTewAGL and Queensland Government each worth $75,000.
Pathways into OP45 Bachelor of Vision Science program
QUT offers the only optometry training in Queensland. The QUT optometry program includes a three-year OP45 Bachelor of Vision Science followed by a two-year OP85 Master of Optometry. Students who meet the academic and English entry requirements will be admitted. English and Foundation pathway programs into OP45 are available to eligible students.
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