GRADUATES ARE BACK ON CAMPUS FOR OPEN DAY
QUEENSLAND University of Technology (QUT) graduates will return to university on July 29 for the annual QUT open day to talk about their own course and career experiences.
QUT’s Leanne Cain said choosing a university course was a big step and QUT staff, current students and graduates would all be available at the open day to help with study choices.
“Anyone attending QUT’s open day will walk away with a real understanding of what our university has to offer, in terms of quality teaching, excellent facilities and a vibrant student life,” she said.
“Advice from our students and graduates is one of the best sources of information for Year 12s and others considering university – they tell it like it is.”
Ms Cain said around 10,000 students graduated from QUT each year and go on to forge careers in the real world.
“Kelvin O’Shea graduated at the end of last year and is already working for Brisbane software company Tanda where he develops digital products that enable businesses to achieve workforce success,” she said.
“He studied a double degree in information technology and interactive and visual design and will be a guest at the Science and Engineering Faculty’s information tent at the QUT open day.
“Marketing graduate Isabella Kalaja is also returning to uni and will be at the QUT Business School tent to talk to prospective students about her course and her new job as an analyst with Deloitte Digital.”
All faculties – business, creative industries, education, health, law, and science and engineering – will be represented at the QUT open day at Gardens Point campus from 9am to 3pm.
A free shuttle bus will also run to Kelvin Grove campus for tours of QUT’s creative industries, health and education facilities.
TEL: 3138 2000 QUT.EDU.AU/ OPEN-DAY