Join us online for QUT Virtual Open Day—it’s your opportunity to find out everything you need to know about studying with us, all in one place. Explore study areas, chat with staff and students, and find the answers to your questions about courses, careers and uni life.

What to expect

Ask questions at 45 booths

Live chat with our staff about courses, careers, entry to QUT, scholarships and more.

Join us for a webinar

Tune in to hear about courses from our expert academic staff and current students.

Hear from real students

Get the low down from students about their courses and university life in the Student Hub.

Webinar program


Create impact in the real world—study engineering, architecture and urban development at QUT

Our student ambassadors Georgia, Matthew, Lily and Sophia will provide insights into what it’s really like to study engineering, architecture and urban development at QUT. They’ll cover what you can expect to learn and experience as a student, plus share their own experiences and explain how QUT is supporting them to achieve their study and career aspirations. In the session you can also ask our student ambassadors questions via a live text chat.

The Panellists

Georgia Bergin

Current student, Urban Development

Matthew Horton

Current student, Engineering (Honours)

Lily Kenway

Current student, Engineering (Honours) and Architecture

Sophia O'Reilly

Current student, Urban and Regional Planning


All you want to know about studying Science, IT or Maths at QUT

We’re asking a few of our ambassadors all the questions you want answers to about studying science, IT, games development or mathematics at QUT. Our ambassadors will talk about how they decided what they wanted to study and where; the experiences they’re having as QUT students; and what they’re learning as part of their studies. You might also find out things you didn’t think you needed to know! Our student ambassadors will be available for questions via live text chat during the session.

The Panellists

Erynn Dernelley

Current student, Science (Chemistry)

Camille Etchegaray

Current student, Laws (Honours) and Science (Biological Science)

Dominic Malt

Current student, Engineering (Honours) and Mathematics

Ella Sinclair

Current student, Science (Biological Sciences)

Kimberly Valenny

President, QUT Women in Technology; and current student, Information Technology and Design


Making a real difference through law

Real-world courses and authentic learning spaces make us one of Australia's most highly regarded law schools.

The Moderator

Peter Black

Senior Lecturer, QUT School of Law

The Panellists

Zoe Nay

Graduate, Laws (Honours)

Lachie Taylor

Graduate, Laws (First Class Honours)

Georgie Vine

Graduate, Business and Laws (Honours)



Be in demand with a health career—three of our students share their experiences of studying Health at QUT

Join our student ambassadors—Remi Brough, Georgia Hawkins and Ali Lutz—as they take you through why you should consider a career in health and how a QUT degree can get you there. They’ll cover the range of courses on offer, our practical advantage, global outlook, connection to industry and research, and our extensive health facilities at Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove campuses. They’ll share their personal perspectives on a range of frequently asked questions. Remi, Georgia and Ali will also be available for live text chat, answering questions within the session.

The Panellists

Ali Lutz

Current student, Behavioural Science and Justice

Remi Brough

Current student, Paramedic Science

Georgia Hawkins

Current student, Public Health


Justice at QUT

Hear current students in different stages of their courses – first, second and third year – share their experiences studying justice at QUT. They will discuss what inspired them to choose their courses, and where they want to take their degree after uni.

The Panellists

Dr Jodi Death

Acting Director, Undergraduate Studies

Camille Luchs

Current student, Business and Justice

Jessy Renouf

Current student, Justice and Psychology

Angel Mendoza

Current student, Justice and Laws (Honours)


An overview of QUT business—a world-class degree

Discover how a QUT business degree will prepare you for future of work with our many practical and international experiences. Find out why business should be part of your double degree and why our integration with QUT Entrepreneurship will set you apart. Ask your questions via live text chat during the session.

The Moderator

Associate Professor Stuart Tooley

Director of Studies,
QUT Business School

The Panellists

Ethan Kumar

Current student, Business and Laws (Honours)

Izzie Kalaja

Graduate, Business

Mia Mead

Current student, Business (Honours)


Entrepreneurship at QUT

QUT Entrepreneurship works collaboratively to build the entrepreneurship confidence, capability and competence of QUT students. Hear an interview with Professor Rowena Barrett speaking about QUT Entrepreneurship and how we exist to empower individuals to bring ideas to life. Ask your questions via live text chat during the session.

The Speaker

Professor Rowena Barrett

Pro Vice-Chancellor (Entrepreneurship)


Life as a QUT student

Get it straight from the source! We ask current QUT students to share their experiences and tips about university. Tune in to get first-hand advice and ask your own questions during the session.

The Panellists

Ashley George

Current student, Dance (final year), and proud Kamilaroi woman

Aleko Paltoglou

Current student, Laws (Honours) and Entertainment Industries (third year)

Sammie Ferrero

Current student, Mathematics (first year)


Real-world professional experiences in QUT teaching courses

Professional experiences in schools or prior to school settings are a vital component of QUT teaching courses. QUT students share their experiences and discuss how QUT is preparing them to make a real difference.

The Panellists

Associate Professor Jennifer Clifton

Associate Director (Professional Experience)

QUT Bachelor of Education and Master of Teaching students

Participating Companies

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, please register using the registration form above. Registration will give you access to the virtual platform on the day of the event.
Simply come back to this page on the day of the event, click the ‘Login’ button above and input the email address you use to register on the registration form above. It’s that easy!
All you need is a device with internet access. The event is accessible from mobile phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers.
No, all you need is a device and internet connection.
A web cam is not required at any point during the event.
Yes, the vFairs tech support team can help. If you are in the virtual event platform, just click on ‘Tech Support’ at the in the top menu bar. Or if you are having difficulty accessing the platform, email
The webinars are videos that feature academics, experts or students from QUT talking about a specific topic. There are 8 webinars scheduled between 9am–3pm. Check the ‘Webinars’ tab for the schedule. If you watch the webinar live at the scheduled time, you will have the chance to ask questions either in the webinar chat or at the relevant booth. All the webinars will be recorded, so if you miss one you can view the recording in the Webinars auditorium later (up to 30 days after the event) but you will be unable to ask questions.
You do not need to book webinars to view them. You just need to register and log in to the event to view them.
This is an online event. You can participate anywhere that you have a device and internet access.
You can visit our virtual booths and chat to QUT academic staff and experts, as well as current students, and ask questions about courses, careers and uni life. You can also attend course webinars, find out about scholarships and support, and see virtual tours and videos about student experiences. There are 45 information booths so you’ll be able to get all your questions about study and life at QUT answered.
There are 45 booths covering our courses as well as areas such as scholarships, accommodation, fees, admissions and more. Click on Course booths in the top menu bar to see all the course booths, or information booths to see the other areas available. Staff are available in all of these booths to answer your questions.
Yes, many students will be available across the course booths and we also have a dedicated Student Hub where you can ask current students about their experiences at QUT. Don’t forget to tune in for our Life as a QUT student webinar.
Yes! You can add all of the documents and videos that interest you in the virtual booths to your online Info Bag and then email them to yourself.
Yes, absolutely! QUT academic staff, experts and current students will be available to answer your questions in the virtual booths and Student Hub between 9am–3pm AEST. You can also ask questions during the webinars.
This event is for anyone considering study at QUT, as well as parents/guardians, school guidance officers and career advisers. Virtual Open Day is designed for participants who are 15 years or older.
QUT staff will be available for live chat between 9am–3pm AEST on Sunday 25 July. However, the virtual booth resources and webinar recordings will be available for 30 days after the event.
The live event will run from 9am–3pm AEST however you can drop in and out of the event throughout this time. Check the course webinar schedule to ensure you don’t miss one of the webinars you want to see.
If you want detailed course information and ask questions about courses, careers and uni life, then Virtual Open Day on Sunday 25 July is your best chance to find out all you need to know about QUT. You can take a tour of campuses or facilities on Saturday 24 July. Bookings are essential and places are limited. You can pre-book for these tours at There are also virtual tour videos available at the Virtual Open Day or at
No. We are hoping to return to a full on-campus Open Day next year. Virtual Open Day is your best chance to talk to staff and students from all areas of the university and find out detailed information about courses, scholarships, support and student life. There will be a range of other smaller events later this year – see for more information.
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