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- Bond University
- Central Queensland University
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- Queensland University of Technology
- University of Queensland
- University of Southern Queensland
Education Providers CRICOS CODE: 00213J
Campus Location: Brisbane
Main Website: www.qut.edu.au
International Student Website: www.qut.edu.au/international

Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is a highly successful Australian university with an applied emphasis in courses and research. Based in Brisbane with a global outlook, it has 40,000 students, including 6000 from overseas and an annual budget of more than AU$500 million. Courses are in high demand and its graduate employment rate is well above the national average for Australian universities.

QUT is marketed as 'a university for the real world' because of close links with industry and our relevant teaching and applied research. Industry representatives and professionals contribute to our course development, adding a practical perspective to theoretical education. Academic staff consults in industry and work on industry projects which often involve students. Staff and students have access to the latest teaching technology.

QUT offers undergraduate, postgraduate, higher degree research courses (HDR) in the fields of:

• Built Environment and Engineering
• Business
• Creative Industries
• Education
• Health
• Law and Justice
• Science and Technology

A number of QUT courses are accredited by professional bodies, which ensures the development and maintenance of standards, best practice principles, and resources.

Specifically, the QUT Business School is accredited with AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB, making it one of very few business schools in the world, and the first in Australia, to obtain this Triple Crown of international accreditation. QUT's MBA program is also the only Queensland MBA program (and one of only three Australian programs) to have ever been listed in the FT Top 100 rankings (in 2004 at no. 82).