Established on 1 January 2009, the Faculty brings together some of the world’s leading researchers and teachers in the fields of engineering, architecture, multimedia design and information technology.
The Faculty itself may be young but UQ boasts a long history in these areas. UQ appointed its first engineering professor in 1919 and the University commenced its architecture program in 1937. The roots of the current IT programs began in the early 1960s with the Diploma in Automatic Computing.
Today, with more than 300 academic and research staff, 500 research higher degree students, and approximately 4500 undergraduate students, the Faculty provides high quality teaching in its disciplines, develops graduates to support industry and conducts fundamental and applied research to meet society’s needs.
The Faculty is comprised of five schools and an internationally renowned research centre:
EAIT Strategic Plan
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