Queensland University of Technology

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The Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane is one of Australia's largest universities.


The University's history dates back to the year 1849, when technicians and teachers have been trained in Queensland for the first time and the Brisbane School of Arts was founded. In 1965 the Queensland Institute of Technology ( QIT ) was established to meet the growing demand of the industry. In 1989, the QIT to Queensland University of Technology ( QUT ), as it did not only have excellent courses, but also research and development facilities.

In May 1990, the QUT was with the Brisbane College of Advanced Education ( BCAE ), which specialized in business, humanities and pedagogy, together, however, retained the name QUT. Today there are about 40,000 students studying at QUT, many international exchange students.

Particularly in the areas of Science, Information Technology and Business ( AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS accreditation ), the QUT has made a name. In the Business Information Systems ( economic computer science ), it is regarded as one of Australia's best universities. It is an associate member of the European Research Center for Information Systems.