The School of Information and Communication Technology, along with Griffith University, currently offers the following scholarships (some with multiple recipients):
- Accenture Bursary
- Bachelor of Computer Science Program Scholarship
- Digital Marketing Scholarship
- Flowers Across Melbourne Scholarship
- ICT Academic Excellence Scholarship
- Information and Communication Technology Honours Scholarships
There are a range of other scholarships available to commencing and continuing students. For more information and a full list of available scholarships, please visit the Scholarships website.
Links with Industry
Work integrated learning
The Industry Affiliates Program (IAP) is a Work-Integrated Learning program that has been designed to integrate final year undergraduate and postgraduate students into the workplace. The IAP is delivered as elective course within a degree program, offering students the opportunity to practice the skills of their profession and gain experience working on a project in a work environment. This is an opportunity for industry partners to have a willing and dedicated student working on industry projects using a fresh and innovative approach, and also to bridge the gap for students entering the workplace.
Work while you study
The Bachelor of Applied Information Technology program at Logan offers a distinctive option to the Bachelor of Information Technology at Nathan and Gold Coast. The program is designed to get you working in the IT industry while you are still a student. After one year of full-time study in Information Technology, you move to a specially constructed part-time mode of study so that you can work in paid employment in the IT industry during the final three years of your degree.
The school of Information and Communication Technology has strong ties with industry and cultivates partnerships with leading IT companies and professionals.
The School’s Industry Advisory Board (IAB) is established to strengthen the links between the School and the ICT Industry. The Board advises the School on possible new trends in all practical and societal aspects of the profession, and contributes actively to review processes and initiates including course and program development.
For more information on the activities with IBM and Praxa, please contact the School office on (07) 555 28100.