Student Success - QUT

Student Success - QUT

Title of the presentation Presented by QUT is a university for the real world of today and tomorrow. Were known for being well connected with industry, having strength in innovation and entrepreneurship, and for research that has global impact. As you will see, studying at QUT gives you a high-quality education and puts you in the heart of Brisbane city, close to industry, the central business district, Queenslands StartUp Precinct, and Brisbanes innovation hub, Cultural Precinct, major sporting events, nightlife and many restaurants serving up cuisines from all over the world.

Choosing to study at a university in Australia is an exciting and significant decision. Where is QUT? Queensland Lifestyle Explore Brisbane Our connections with industry Real-world

opportunities We believe in providing you with an applied university experience that will take you from student to job-ready graduate. Well link you to the real world, whether its through local workplace connections or taking off on global experiences. Student Success Our proactive student support, and a range of peer programs, are embedded within faculty

courses and units We also offer a range of group based, peer enabled and drop in services for students through HiQ Plus, we have a range of student success programs: Career Mentoring, LDI and a range of Work Experience options Leadership, Development and Innovation (LDI) program Our LDI program will help you discover your strengths and leadership style and give you the practical skills and experience youll need to be a leader in your work, social or personal life. We offer a range of free workshops in: leadership foundations

emotional intelligence making the most of your university experience intercultural competence listening and speaking personal excellence organisational and community leadership social justice and global change. Were invested in your future QUTs invested in high quality places and spaces for your learning and research work. Whether on campus or in specialised facilities across Brisbane and around Queensland, youll learn and work with the best in some of the newest facilities in Australia.

Were invested in your future Student Life More than 100 clubs and societies Fitness and sporting

facilities Religious services and communities Child care and parenting Medical services and health clinics 24/7 Safety and Security Library and study spaces Real support Pre-departure briefings 24 hour Brisbane airport reception service Personal and financial advice Language and learning skills development

Employment support Health services Disability support Accommodation We can help you find somewhere to live in Brisbane, and can assist with areas to live in, setting up a home, and dealing with real estate agents and landlords. Accommodation options Types of providers Description Estimated price

range per week Close to campuses Private bathrooms Included extras Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) Student-only residential complexes $265 to $500

Yes Yes, depending on the type of room Laundry, Gym, Swimming pool Agent managed shared accommodation Real-estate agent managed properties (Houses, apartments, etc) for students only

$165 to $300 Depends on the property Yes, depending on the type of room Laundry Private rentals Rental properties (Houses, apartments, etc) managed by home owners or real estate agents.

$350 to $500 Depends on the property Yes, depending on the type of room Depends on the property QUT Homestays Living with an Australian family

$250 to $280 Usually yes Yes, depending on the type of room Laundry, Meals Student Residences Managed Church and Community Service Organisations $395 to $530

Depends on the property Mostly shared bathroom Laundry, Meals Why choose QUT? Business

The QUT Business School is Australias first business school to attain Triple Crown accreditation You can study:

Accounting Advertising Economics Finance Human Resource Management Integrated Marketing Communication International Business Management Marketing Philanthropy and Non Profit Studies Public Relations MBA Creative Industries

Creative Industries You can study: Accounting Acting Animation Architecture Arts Management Creative Writing Dance Drama Entertainment Fashion Film, Screen and New Media Industrial Design

Interaction Design Interior Architecture Journalism Landscape Architecture Media and Communication Technical Production Visual Arts Education

QUT teaching course gets you into the classroom early. Youll graduate with the experience and confidence to launch your teaching career. You can study: Early Childhood Education Primary Education

Secondary Education Leadership and Management Inclusive Education Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Health There are over 50 Health courses at QUT available to international students. Programs recognised by professional organisations. Our courses are designed in consultation with

industry for the most relevant curriculum for students Health You can study

Biomedical sciences Health, Safety and Environment Medical Imaging Medical Laboratory Science Nursing Nutrition and Dietetics Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Psychology and Counselling Public health

Social work and Human Services Sport and Exercise Science Law Prepare for your legal career with a strong foundation in contemporary legal knowledge and real-world relevant skills As a QUT law or justice graduate youll be highly sought after by employers and prepared for the real world

You can study: Law Justice Legal Practice Intellectual Property Science and Engineering

Our courses are designed to ensure that you are future-focused when you graduate. We will teach you the latest scientific advances and technologies, and how to apply these to some of the biggest challenges we are facing in society. You will learn from experienced and passionate lecturers who are keen to share their knowledge with you. Science and Engineering You can study:

Biological sciences Information Technology Games design and development Information management Engineering Physics Mathematics Chemistry Urban development

English language and Academic pathways QUT offers a range of English language and academic pathway programs through our International College (QUTIC). These programs are designed to: Develop your academic and language skills for successful study in the Australia university context Offer an easy transition into your chosen degree program

Help you develop key English skills essential for personal or professional success. English language and Academic pathways You can study:

General English Academic English Programs (EAP 1, EAP 2 and EAP 3) Diploma in Business Diploma in Engineering Diploma in IT Diploma in Creative Industries Diploma in Health Science Foundation programs Postgraduate pathway programs (Business, Information Technology, Health Science) University Certificate in Tertiary Preparation Double Degree There are over 80 double degree courses at QUT available to international students

Double your study options and career possibilities You will complete work integrated learning for both field of study Research at QUT Were conducting worldleading, outcomes focused research at the intersection of traditional disciplines. Collaborate, research and work with us for a more

innovative approach to research that can help you and the world progress. 20 20 (2018) 244 (2019) Making real progress Supporting rising

entrepreneurs Drought resistant crops combat climate change Augmented reality app changing patient experience Unlocking keyhole surgery innovation 3D technologies

add another dimension to healthcare Scholarships and financial support We offer a range of different scholarships and financial support to make your studies and living more affordable. These include: Merit scholarships 25% cover of your course fee QUT Postgraduate Research Award (QUTPRA) Living allowance for three years

Equity scholarships scheme Bursary up to A$1500 or equity computer or both QUT government aid Financial aid programs offered by governments Stay connected Contact us Australia Freecall 1800 181 848 Outside Australia Phone +61 3 96274853

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