Study Health Information Management at QUT!
Interested in managing data to improve health services for individuals and communities?
QUT’s Bachelor of Health Information Management is a unique course where you can combine knowledge in business, information technology, and health to improve patient care.
Accept your offer to study at QUT!
Accept your offer to study at QUT in Semester 2, 2017 and discover where QUT can take you!
Hear from one of our students
“I got the opportunity to experience what teaching was like when I was on a placement. I could see what children learn/play/experience in the classroom, and how teachers plan learning experiences for children in different settings such as indoor and outdoor environments.” Yinghua (Rachel) Wu, China
Get support at QUT
QUT offers a range of international support services to help our international students reach their academic and career goals!
Hear from Sandeepa, a Sri Lankan QUT scholar
“Brisbane is a multicultural city with friendly people. It is definitely a wonderful city for one’s higher education. My scholarship adds so much to my university experience. I’ve had the opportunity to be part of the College of Excellence, which conducts personal development programs. These programs help me to improve a wide array of skills, which will be important for my career in the future.”
Sandeepa Fernando, QUT Science and Engineering student and International Merit Scholarship recipient
Our friends at Insider Guides shared a great article about why it’s important to get involved in sport while studying in Australia! It is a fun way to make new friends and unwind during exam time.
QUT has lots of sporting clubs for you to choose from!
QUT Open Day in July
If you’re already in Brisbane, then why not come along to our QUT Open Day to be held on 30 July, 2017.
It is a great opportunity to experience our QUT Gardens Point campus and chat to current students and staff about courses, uni life, and careers.
Real opportunities while studying
At QUT you can experience Work Integrated Learning (WIL) while studying. WIL program connects students with industry through their chosen courses.
This may involve a work placement, an industry based project, or an internship.
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• QUT Alumni Student Leaders announced