Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is comprised of two campuses: Gardens Point and Kelvin Grove.
Gardens Point is an urban campus, ideally located on a bend of the Brisbane River, bordered by the central business district, the river and the City Botanical Garden. Courses at Gardens Point reflect the location of the campus: engineering, sciences, built environment, information technology and business are all offered on this campus. You'll find that the campus blends into the city, giving students access to many cultural, shopping and nightlife opportunities. Sports facilities on campus include an Aquatic Center, cycle center and Fitness Club. There are also a range of eateries and shops. The campus also features one of the world's largest digital interactive learning and display spaces, The Cube.
Kelvin Grove, located 10 minutes north of the center of Brisbane, is particularly popular for students interested in communication, the performance arts, creative industries, and digital media. This modern campus has become a center for cultural activities for all of Brisbane with modern theaters and performance venues. It's also within walking distance of Blamey Street which hosts a bustling street market each Saturday. On campus, you can choose from a range of restaurants, cafes and shops or take advantage of sports facilities which include a stadium, pool and gym.
Regular shuttle bus services between campuses mean that with a little planning, you can take courses at both Kelvin Grove and Garden Point. No matter which QUT campus you are at, you'll find plenty of ways to integrate into campus life. An active student guild organizes clubs and societies, runs entertainment venues and cafes on all of the campuses, and supports fitness centers at Garden Point and Kelvin Grove. Most QUT students live along the Brisbane River and those at Garden Point find a leisurely river ferry or a bike ride along the river to be a great way to commute to campus.