QTAC January offers released
QUT Registrar Shard Lorenzo said QUT had made almost 8,000 January offers across all faculties and campuses to bring the total 2013 offers to just under 11,000.
The Bachelor of Engineering at QUT was the most sought-after course with 615 offers made this month for students who will begin their studies in semester one in late February.
"Also popular were business, law, science, design, information technology and justice at Gardens Point campus," Ms Lorenzo said.
"Nursing is the top choice at the Kelvin Grove campus with 320 offers made, followed by creative industries, fine arts, psychology and education."
Ms Lorenzo said offers to study at QUT's Caboolture campus continued to grow and the 500 offers made this year represented an increase of approximately 35 per cent over last year.
"This increase is in line with the university's strong commitment to increase the number of low socio-economic and Indigenous students participating in tertiary education," Ms Lorenzo said.
"This year at Caboolture strong offers have been made in business, creative industries, education and nursing."
Ms Lorenzo urged prospective students who had received an offer for a place at QUT in this round to accept their offer as soon as possible through QTAC.
"There are still opportunities to gain a place at QUT for semester one across all faculties and campuses," she said.
"Anyone who is considering a new application or wishing to change preferences for semester one is encouraged to apply to QTAC for the February offer round as QUT is planning to make more offers across courses that are still open."
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