It began with the Brisbane School of Art in 1849 and since then has evolved in one of the reputed universities of Australia. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) received the university status in 1989, with the continuous process of merging several institutions.
As per the statistics of 2013, the number of students enrolled in the university is 45,575. Out of which 30,443 students are pursuing a full time course. The total budget of the university is slightly above $889 million.
The QUT has been ranked as Australia’s top university under 50 years old by the Times Higher Education 100 under 50. It has also received global five-star rating in 2013 under ‘QS Star university ratings’ and has gained high regards for its research faculties and facilities.
QUT has several faculties such as Business, Creative Industries, Education, Health, Law, Education and Science and Engineering. It offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.
The QUT has three main campuses having beautiful surroundings.
A range of private, government funded and research scholarships are made available by QUT for international and domestic students.
Accommodation is arranged by QUT either on campus or near the campus. It provides a complete online searching facility for suitable accommodations to all the students. It also provides services for arranging a homestay accommodation and counselling services for students in their emergency needs.
Transport and Location
All the campuses of the QUT are centrally located and are well connected with the commercial areas and to public transport routes. Students can use bicycles, can walk or use bus services to get to the campus.