Queensland Academies celebrates over a decade of academic excellence with strong results including 5 perfect scores of 45 points.
Queensland Academies are proud to announce that 5 students – Claire Livingstone from the Queensland Academy for Health Sciences and Thomas Wu , Christopher Malau, Youmin Chen and Jason Kaluarachchi from the Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology have attained perfect International Baccalaureate Diploma scores of 45 points.
These outstanding students are all well on their way to successful career pathways:
- Thomas Wu is planning to study either Medicine or Computer Science
- Claire Livingstone is planning to study a Bachelor of Medical Science
- Christopher Malau is planning to study Electrical Engineering (R&D)/ Computer Science
- Youmin Chen is planning to study Economics and Finance
- Jason Kaluarachchi is planning to to pursue a Bachelors of Commerce majoring in Actuarial Studies.
A further 8 students -representing all three campuses – attained scores of 44 points.
These students include Samantha Hammond (Queensland Academy for Creative Industries) , Angela Duong and Ayla Tartic ( Queensland Academy for Health Sciences )and Harrison Cusak , Karen Lee, Sashwat Mishra , Hyun Nam and Lucy Qu (Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology).
Students benefit from state of the art technology and facilities on-site and within the Queensland University of Technology Creative Industries precinct. This supports their diverse creative subjects including Theatre, Dance, Music, Film, Visual Arts (both Fine Arts and Design) and Design Technology.
In partnership with the adjacent Griffith University Gold Coast campus, students gain university course credits and enrich their studies in areas including the Sciences, Humanities, Business and Health.
The Queensland Academy for Science, Mathematics and Technology is excited to announce that we will be enrolling students in Year 7 from 2019. More information will be available from early 2018. Students work collaboratively with the University of Queensland to enrich their studies in areas such as the Sciences, Medicine, Engineering, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, Robotics and Health.
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What Our Graduates Say
at the International Brain Bee Challenge and at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. I was also awarded the Peter Doherty Outstanding Senior Science Student Award in 2014. Coming to QASMT has opened so many doors and provided me with endless opportunities to extend and challenge myself academically. The teachers have truly helped me to discover my passion for science and reach my greatest potential. I am now studying a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne on a Vice-Chancellor’s scholarship.