We are committed to forging partnerships with industry and government to deliver practical results through real world research.

Collaboration has always been important for the ATN and its members, and students are at the heart of everything we do. Our end-user approach to address research challenges in the world makes us increasingly the partner of choice by business, government and industry. Our graduates lead changes in society, provide innovative solutions to global problems and are equipped with the skills to enter the modern workforce.

  • The ATN

    The Australian Technology Network (ATN) brings together five of the most innovative and enterprising universities in the nation: QUT, University of Technology Sydney, RMIT University, University of South Australia and Curtin University.

    We are committed to forging partnerships with industry and government to deliver practical results through real world research.

    Collaboration has always been important for the ATN and its members, and students are at the heart of everything we do. Our end-user approach to address research challenges in the world makes us increasingly the partner of choice by business, government and industry.

    Our graduates lead changes in society, provide innovative solutions to global problems and are equipped with the skills to enter the modern workforce.

  • QUT

    QUT is based in Brisbane and is known as 'a university for the real world' because of their close links with industry and relevant teaching and applied research. Their campuses offer high quality learning, teaching and research spaces to create an exceptional university experience for their students, academics and researchers. With over 45,000 students, including 6,000 from overseas, QUT is positioned to grow and develop as one of Australia's leading universities.

    Contact: Annie Liu

  • University of Technology Sydney

    University of Technology Sydney

    The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has a bold vision to be a world-leading university of technology. They are known for their industry focus, practice-based teaching and learning, real world research and location. With state-of-the-art campuses and facilities, UTS prides itself on preparing students to become global thinkers, leaders and innovators.

    Contact: Jacquelyn Marsh

  • RMIT University

    RMIT University

    RMIT University is a global university of technology and design and one of Australia's original tertiary institutions. Based in Melbourne, it has a global reputation for excellence in practical education, applied and innovative research, and engagement with the needs of industry. RMIT is a leader in engineering, accounting and finance, computer science and information systems, communication and media studies, psychology, education, law and economics.

    Contact: careers@rmit.edu.au

  • University of South Australia

    University of South Australia

    The University of South Australia (UniSA) is Australia’s University of Enterprise; engaged with the world and responsive to its needs. With more than 33,000 students, the university is South Australia’s largest. Since its foundation in 1991, UniSA has earned a reputation for innovation, adaptability and smart planning. Their ethos has always been to make a difference in the wider world by contributing to local, national and global communities through our research and innovation and through the education of quality graduates ready to make their mark.

    Contact: Grant Wigley

  • Curtin University

    Curtin University

    Curtin University is Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university with Australia’s third largest international student population. With campuses in Malaysia and Singapore as well as face-to-face teaching in a number of countries, Curtin has a strong commitment to international engagement. This cultural diversity adds a rich and valuable dimension to the campus atmosphere, preparing all graduates to live and work effectively in an increasingly global environment.

    Contact: Iain Murray

  • James Cook University

    In February 2017 Huawei Australia formed a partnership with James Cook University by establishing Australia’s first NB-IoT laboratory. Since its opening the JCU-Huawei NB-IoT Laboratory has conducted several trial projects in relation to smart cities.

    James Cook University

    As one of the world's leading institutions focusing on the tropics, James Cook University is surrounded by the spectacular ecosystems of the rainforests of the Wet tropics, the dry savannahs, and the iconic Great Barrier Reef. Our unique location enables students from Australia and overseas to study in a diverse physical environment unparalleled by any university in the world. Ranked in the top 2 percent of the world's tertiary institutions by the respected Academic Ranking of World Universities, James Cook University is dedicated to creating a brighter future for life in the tropics world-wide, through graduates and discoveries that make a difference. The University conducts nationally significant and internationally recognised research in areas such as marine sciences, biodiversity, tropical ecology and environments, global warming, tourism, and tropical medicine and public health care in under-served populations.

    Contact: Professor Wei Xiang

Huawei Technologies

Huawei Technologies is a leader providing next generation telecommunications networks, and now serves 45 of the world’s top 50 operators, along with one billion users worldwide. We are committed to providing innovative and customized products, services and solutions to create long term value and growth potential for our customers.

Globally Huawei has 150,000 employees with 70,000 engineers in our 23 global R&D centres around the world. We recruit between 6,000 – 10,000 new graduate trainees annually – more than any other company in our sector.

In Australia, we work with all the major telecommunications providers and have 750 employees.

We are passionate about the importance of science and innovation to deliver the products and services of tomorrow and, like you, we take seriously the role we play to foster a new generation of talent in Australia.