Queensland University of Technology

Queensland University of Technology

Name: Queensland University of Technology

Time: -

Epoch: Late 20th Century

Category: Teritary (University) School

Institution Category: Education

Institution Group: Tertiary

Coordinates: -27.4773565, 153.0284154

Street Address: 2 George St, Brisbane City QLD 4000

Suburb: Brisbane City (CBD)

Sector: State

Local Study Area: Spring Hill-CBD-Fortitude Valley-New Farm (Inner City)

Study Stage: MBNH Stage 9 Local Study Areas

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Queensland University of Technology in its current form was founded in 1989, when the then Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) was granted university status by the Queensland University of Technology Act 1988, and by the subsequent merger of Brisbane College of Advanced Education with QUT in 1990. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has a history that dates to 1849 when the Brisbane School of Arts was established. Queensland Institute of Technology (QIT) succeeded the Central Technical College and was formed in 1965. Geographic Description 1: Inside The Green Belt Geographic Description 2: Brisbane River Geographic Description 3: Flood Plains (Major); High River Banks (still floods); Ridgeline (Slopes off Wickham Tce)

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Anderson, Norman R. Kelvin Grove, Forty years 1942-1981: from Teacher's College to C.A.E.: a Short History of Transition, Kelvin Grove College of Advanced Education, Kelvin Grove, Qld, 1981.

Fitzgerald, Ross; Megarrity, Lyndon; Symons, David. Made in Queensland : a New History, Special Q150 commemorative edition, University of Queensland Press, St Lucia, Qld, 2009.

Kyle, Noeline; Manathunga, Catherine; Scott, Joanne. A Class of its Own: a History of Queensland University of Technology, Hale & Iremonger in association with QUT, Sydney, 1999.

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