STUDY GUIDE - FOR INTERNATIONAL YEAR 12 STUDENTS
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Find a scholarship QUT is proud to offer a range of scholarships to recognise and support our international students. If you receive one of these merit scholarships, you will also gain membership to the College of Excellence. The membership brings together QUT’s best and brightest students and provide opportunities to build a personal and professional development program that will challenge you to realise your true potential. Visit our website for more information: www.qut.edu.au/international/ undergraduate-scholarships Scholarship Benefits Eligibility • Be graduating Year 12 in 2019 QUT Excellence Scholarship • Have an OP 1 or 2 (or equivalent) excluding OP/rank adjustments • A scholarship valued at $10 000 and $30 000 each (Academic) • Be starting university for the first time in 2020 • Complete an online application by 15 November 2019 • Be graduating Year 12 in 2019 QUT Excellence Scholarship • A scholarship valued at $10 000 each • Be starting university for the first time in 2020 (Creative Industries) • Apply for and gain a place in Bachelor of Fine Arts in certain majors that have additional entry requirements like an audition or portfolio (early QTAC closing date apply. For details visit QTAC closing date on www.qtac.edu.au/applications). QUT Excellence Scholarship Note: there is no application process. Automatically awarded to students • A scholarship valued at $30 000 each who are highest ranked in the additional entry performances (Elite Visual and Performing Arts) (auditions, portfolio, etc.) for the eligible courses. • Be graduating Year 12 in 2019 • Have an OP 1 or 2 (or equivalent) excluding OP/rank adjustments Dean’s Honours Scholarship • A scholarship valued at $20 000 each • Be starting university for the first time in 2020 (QUT Business School) • Apply for and gain a place in Bachelor of Business (Dean’s Honours)(BS06) • A scholarship to cover 25% of your tuition fees for your first semester of study at QUT • An ongoing scholarship to cover 25% of your tuition fees per semester of study at QUT, provided International Merit Scholarship you meet the academic conditions (maintain a (Science and Engineering minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 5.5 Faculty) on the QUT 7-point scale throughout your course You must be an international student, and: at QUT) • Be graduating Year 12 in 2019 There is unlimited number available. Save up to • Have an OP 1 or 2 or 3 (or equivalent) including OP/rank AUD$38 000 in tuition fees adjustments • Apply for and be accepted into one of the eligible courses A scholarship to cover 25% of your tuition fees for www.qut.edu.au/international/undergraduate-scholarships Triple Crown Scholarship (QUT • Business School) your first two semesters of study at QUT Note: You are not eligible for this scholarship if you receive another QUT • An ongoing scholarship to cover 25% of your academic scholarship. You don’t need to apply separately for tuition fees per semester of study at QUT, provided this scholarship. If you apply for and are accepted into one of the Creative Industries International you meet the academic conditions (maintain a eligible courses, and you meet the criteria for the scholarship, we Scholarship (Creative Industries minimum overall grade point average (GPA) of 5.5 will automatically offer you a scholarship. Faculty) on the QUT 7-point scale throughout your course at QUT) There is unlimited number available. Save up to International Merit Double AUD$29 900 on business tuition fees and up to Degree Scholarship AUD$34 300 on creative industries tuition fees. You must be a holder of one of the following Australian visas: • A tuition fee scholarship for the duration of your • Bridging Visa ‘E’ (subclass 050) course • Temporary Protection Visa (subclass 785) QUT Asylum Seeker Tuition Fee Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (subclass 790) • A guaranteed QUT Equity Scholarship – a • Scholarship minimum of $3500 for one year For further details of the eligibility: www.qut.edu.au/study/fees-and- • An Equity computer on commencement at QUT scholarships/scholarships/qut-asylum-seeker-scholarship Complete an online application via above link.
Find your QUT course With a balanced mix of theory and practical experience in our world-class courses, you’ll be prepared to hit the ground running in the real world. You’ll gain the knowledge, skills and connections to thrive in your chosen fields. Our course offerings (including double degree options) can be viewed online at www.qut.edu.au/ international/ You must meet the minimum English language entry requirements for your course: Bachelor programs and Diploma in Health Science (Nursing): Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority subject English and /or English for ESL with an overall exit assessment of Sound Achievement (or better). Foundation, Diploma programs - Business, IT, Creative Industries, Engineering, Health Science (Health Studies): As per above, with an overall exit Assessment or Limited Achievement (or better). The equivalent Australian interstate senior subjects or International Baccalaureate Diploma studies or the required grade in an accepted English language test may also meet the minimum English language requirement: www.qut.edu.au/study/applying/international-year-12-students BUILDING AND PLANNING QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Design (Architecture) 412372 7 86.95 Bachelor of Design (Landscape Architecture) 412342 13 70.55 Bachelor of Design - International (Architecture, Landscape Architecture) 401392 6 89.00 Bachelor of Property Economics 412322 12 74.20 Maths A, B or C Bachelor of Urban Development (Honours)(Construction Management) 412312 12 74.20 Maths A, B or C Bachelor of Urban Development (Honours)(Quantity Surveying and Cost Engineering) 412312 12 74.20 Maths A, B or C Bachelor of Urban Development (Honours)(Urban and Regional Planning) 412352 12 74.20 BUSINESS QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Business (Accountancy; Advertising; Economics; Finance; Financial Planning; Human Resource 413021 9 81.85 Management; International Business; Management; Marketing; Public Relations) Maths A, B or C for Accounting, Economics, Finance, Bachelor of Business (Dean’s Honours) 413222 2 97.00 Finance Planning and Marketing majors Bachelor of Business - International 413402 6 89.00 Diploma in Business Not via QTAC 14 67.95 CREATIVE PRACTICE, COMMUNICATION AND DESIGN QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Required Subject Bachelor of Communication (Advertising and Public Relations) 421242 9 81.85 Bachelor of Communication (Digital Media) 421202 13 70.55 Bachelor of Communication (Entertainment Industries) 421152 13 70.55 Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) 421222 9 81.85 Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communication) 421132 13 70.55 Bachelor of Creative Industries (Creative and Professional Writing; Drama and Performance; Entertainment; 421192 13 70.55 Fashion Communication; Interactive and Visual Design; Media and Communication; Music and Sound; Screen Content Production) Bachelor of Design (Fashion) 421672 11^ 76.50^ Bachelor of Design (Industrial Design) 412382 12 74.20 Bachelor of Design (Interaction Design) 401302 13 70.55 Bachelor of Design (Interior Architecture) 412362 11 76.50 Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) 421052 13 70.55 Bachelor of Design - International (Fashion) 421692 6^ 89.00^ Bachelor of Design - International (Industrial Design; Interaction Design; Interior Architecture; 401392 6 89.00 Visual Communication) Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) 421912 + + Successful completion of Year 12 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation) 421012 10 78.70 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Creative Writing) 421432 13 70.55 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) 429162 + + Successful completion of Year 12 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) 421822 + + Successful completion of Year 12 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) 421952 13 70.55 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, Screen and New Media) 421342 9 81.85 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music) 421512 + + Successful completion of Year 12 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Technical Production) 421932 9 81.85 Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) 421782 ^^ ^^ Successful completion of Year 12 Diploma in Creative Industries Not via QTAC 14 67.95 EDUCATION QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Required Subject Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) 404162 13~ 70.55~ English, Maths A, B or C, Science * Bachelor of Education (Primary) 404202 13~ 70.55~ English, Maths A, B or C, Science * Bachelor of Education (Secondary) 404492 13~ 70.55~ English, Maths A, B or C ** ENGINEERING QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical Process; Civil Engineering; Computer and Software Systems; 412502 9 81.85 Maths B or C Electrical and Aerospace; Electrical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Mechatronics; Medical Engineering) Diploma in Engineering Not via QTAC 14 67.95 Maths B or C HEALTH AND COMMUNITY QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) 425081 9 81.85 Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Anatomical Sciences; Cell and Molecular Biotechnology; Human 418401 9 81.85 Maths B or C, Chemistry, Biology Biochemistry; Human Physiology; Infection and Immunity) Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology 425422 7 86.95 Maths B or C, Chemistry or Physics or Biology Bachelor of Health Information Management 425391 12 74.20 Bachelor of Human Services 425071 13 70.55 Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours) 418182 1 99.00 Maths B or C, Phyics Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science 418201 12 74.20 Maths B or C, Chemistry Bachelor of Nursing 425231 7 86.95 Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours) 425442 2 97.00 Maths B or C, Chemistry © QUT 2019 24078
Bachelor of Nutrition Science 425332 12 74.20 Maths B or C, Chemistry Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) 418512 10 78.70 Maths B or C, Chemistry Bachelor of Podiatry 425222 8 83.95 Maths B or C, Chemistry Bachelor of Public Health 425372 13 70.55 Bachelor of Social Work 425042 10 78.70 Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science 425302 13 70.55 Maths B or C, Chemistry or Physics or Biology Bachelor of Vision Science 425312 1 99.00 Maths B or C, Chemistry, Phyics Diploma in Health Science (Health Studies) Not via QTAC 14 67.95 Diploma in Health Science (Nursing) Not via QTAC 14 67.95 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments (Software Technologies; Animation; Game Design) 418102 11 76.50 Maths A, B or C Bachelor of Information Technology (Computer Science; Information Systems) 418801 11 76.50 Maths A, B or C Diploma in Information Technology Not via QTAC 14 67.95 LAW AND JUSTICE QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Justice (Criminology and Policing; Policy and Governance) 417301 13 70.55 Bachelor of Laws (Honours) 417601 6 89.00 SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Bachelor of Mathematics (Applied and Computational Mathematics; Operations Research; Statistics) 418701 6 89.00 Maths B or C Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences; Chemistry; Earth Science; Environmental Science; Physics) 418011 13 70.55 Maths B or C FOUNDATION PROGRAMS QTAC Code OP Score ATAR Assumed Knowledge Intensive Program Not via QTAC 14 67.95 Standard Foundation Program Not via QTAC 20 51.20 Extended Foundation Program Not via QTAC 20 51.20 Education entry requirements: Entry requirement for double degrees * You must have passed four semesters at Australian high school level or equivalent A double degree combines two bachelor degrees into a single course of study. You can in English and Maths A, B or C and at least one of Agricultural Science, Biology, complete a double degree in a shorter time than two separate degrees, saving you time Chemistry, Earth Science, Marine Science, Marine Studies, Physics or Science 21. and money. ** You must have passed four semesters at Australian high school level or equivalent in You can apply via QTAC, listing the double degree as one of your course preferences, the English and Maths A, B or C. same as you would for any single degree. ~ Relevant score and personal statement addressing suitability criteria. The selection rank threshold for a double degree will be same as the threshold for the more competitive of the two single degrees. Notes www.qut.edu.au/study/study-options/double-degrees ^ Relevant score and portfolio ^^ Portfolio and interview Dislaimer: + Audition This information is correct and true at time of printing and provided as a guide. Please refer to www.qut.edu.au/study/applying/international-year-12-students for the most up Courses with additional entry requriements (Audition, interview and portfolio) have an to date information. You can also view the score conversion tables (including IB scores) early QTAC closing date. For more information check the online course information online. at www.qut.edu.au/study Pathways to QUT QUT offers diploma programs that provide direct pathways into the selected bachelor programs with up to one year of advanced standing. Diploma students benefit from additional academic and language support, small classes and more contact hours to help you succeed in your bachelor program (www.qut.edu.au/study/ pathway-programs). Credit for prior learning Duration remaining to Successful completion of: Bachelor Program (advanced standing) complete Bachelor Diploma in Business 96 credit points (equivalent to 1 year) Bachelor of Business 2 years (4 semesters) Diploma in Engineering 96 credit points (equivalent to 1 year) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) 3 years (6 semesters) Diploma in Information Bachelor of Information Technology 96 credit points (equivalent to 1 year) 2 years (4 semesters) Technology Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments Bachelor of Creative Industries Diploma in Creative Industries 96 credit points (equivalent to 1 year) Bachelor of Communication 2 years (4 semesters) Bachelor of Design (selected majors) Diploma in Health Science 2 years (5 semesters including a 84 credit points (7 units) Bachelor of Nursing (Nursing) summer semester) (Feb entry) Diploma in Health Science Pathway into a range of Health Bachelor 3-4 years depending on the chosen Up to 48 credit points (equivalent to 0.5 year) (Health Studies) programs degree *Visit www.qut.edu.au/study/pathway-programs for more information After applying for your main Bachelor course via QTAC, you can request a pathway Diploma or Foundation offer by emailing email@example.com or alternatively, you will automatically receive a pathway offer if required, after your results are released.
Apply to QUT 1 Choose a course 5 Release of Year 12 results Visit www.qut.edu.au/study/international When your final Year 12 results are released, check that you have met all the requirements for your offer. Selection rank adjustment will be applied at this point (refer to Year 12 subject scheme below). 2 Apply via QTAC S ubmit your application through the Queensland Tertiary Should you wish to change an offer to a different course Admissions Centre (QTAC) www.qtac.edu.au after your Year 12 results are released, please email firstname.lastname@example.org 3 Receive a conditional offer 6 Completed a VET program? UT will issue you a conditional Letter of Offer for your Q If you completed a VET program (Certificate III, highest nominated QUT course from late August. Offers will Certificate IV or Diploma), please email the results to be conditional on course academic and English language email@example.com requirements. 4 Change of preference 7 Accept your offer If you wish to request an offer for a different course before nce the conditions of your offer have been confirmed as O or after your year 12 results are released please email met, finalise your acceptance by complete and return the firstname.lastname@example.org following to email@example.com: • Accepting of Offer Form (attached on your offer) • Student Declaration Form (attached on your offer) • Acceptance payment Confirmation (screenshot of your payment) For more information visit the Year 12 website: www.qut.edu.au/study/applying/international-year-12-students Year 12 subject scheme We offer adjustment schemes that can help you get into the course you want. This provides an adjustment to your selection rank (or OP equivalent). You can receive up to a maximum of 8 selection rank adjustments. You’ll need to have completed the equivalent of four semesters at senior school level (Years 11 and 12) with a passing exit grade in Mathematics C, Physics, Languages other than English (LOTE), Aerospace Studies or Engineering Technology (for students who apply to study a QUT Bachelor of Engineering or related double degree) or university units (e.g. through START QUT). You don’t need to apply separately for the Year 12 subject scheme, QUT will calculate it automatically. This scheme applies to 2019 Year 12 students applying for entry in 2020. Visit www.qut.edu.au/study/applying/adjustment-schemes for more info.
Hear from our students ZOE ZHAN, China SEOHYUN YOON, South Korea KIRILL PLETNEV, Russia Bachelor of Nursing (2nd year) Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (3rd year) Bachelor of Business / Bachelor of Completed Year 12 at Balmoral State Completed Year 12 at John Paul College Engineering (2nd year) High School Completed Year 12 at Saint Stephen’s College QUT has been a perfect place for me After exploring QUT on Open Day and QUT academically, socially and culturally. I’ve had One of the main reasons I decided to study International High School Day, I was very various opportunities including working as a at QUT is its worldwide network of partners impressed by QUT’s teaching and learning QUT ambassador and volunteering at QUT with institutions and industries. QUT is dynamic. By the end of year 12, I was sure events which helped me make a lot of new passionate about connecting students and that QUT would be the university for me. friends and be active in everyday life. industry partners which helps to create strong networks leading to employment. In my current nursing degree, I enjoy and I’m very happy that I choose QUT as I feel benefit from the practical skills I learn. Many like I’m constantly developing my skills and What we discuss during the classes are of these skills prepare us to meet and exceed knowledge and evolving my way of thinking, based on real-world examples, about real the expectations of the nursing industry, not only as a student, but also generally in organisations and real problems. Connecting giving us the confidence to do our best at our personal growth. business interests and technological solutions placements. is my passion and studying at QUT provides the best practical experiences to get there. Meet our students Meet Science and Engineering Follow the journey of two A day with Emily, a Creative Faculty students Nicole, Rafael international students through Industries student from Taiwan Ramos, Ian Ngiam and Yu Koga and their studies at QUT. http://bit.ly/ http://bit.ly/creative_industries hear why they are studying STEM at international_student_life QUT. http://bit.ly/stem_at_qut For more student videos check out our QUTube channel (www.youtube.com/TheQUTube)
2019 events QUT OPEN DAY Sunday 28 July, 9am–3pm Gardens Point (city) campus Start preparing for your bright future at QUT Open Day. It’s your best chance to chat with staff and students from all faculties and study areas, and find the answers to all your questions about courses, careers and uni life. https://www.qut.edu.au/study/events/qut-open-day QUT INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DAY Monday 21 October, 9.30am–3pm (Pupil Free Day) Gardens Point (city) campus We welcome international students studying Year 11 and 12 in Australia to participate in fun and hands-on activities for a day! This is your opportunity to meet your future university friends, speak to current QUT international students and consult with faculty staff about your courses of your interest. www.qut.edu.au/events/high-school-day Stay connected with us Phone: +61 7 3138 2862 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | www.qut.edu.au/international www.facebook.com/QUTBrisbane Instagram: @qutinternational blogs.qut.edu.au/student-life-in-brisbane
Make QUT your first preference For the last three years QUT CHOICE 100 QUT is the university of IS RANKED TOP with more Year 12 students WORLDWIDE for Business and choosing to study at Economics in the 2019 QUT than at any other Times Higher Education World University Queensland university. Rankings by subject 1st IN AUSTRALIA FOR COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES AND 16TH GLOBALLY (QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019) GRADUATES IN DEMAND QUT PHARMACY 97.9% of QUT graduates of GRADUATES achieved 100% full-time undergraduate education employment - highest courses were employed four in Australia months after graduation. QUT RANKED 51-100 in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2018 for Architecture and Built Environment
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