Qt for Python Modules

Basic modules

These are the main modules that help you build a Widget-based UI.

Qt Core

Provides core non-GUI functionality, like signal and slots, properties, base classes of item models, serialization, and more.


Extends QtCore with GUI functionality: Events, windows and screens, OpenGL and raster-based 2D painting, as well as images.

Qt Widgets

Provides ready to use Widgets for your application, including graphical elements for your UI.

QML and Qt Quick

Use these modules to interact with the QML Language <https://doc.qt.io/qt-5.qmlapplications>, from Python.


The base Python API to interact with the module.

Qt Quick

Provides classes to embed Qt Quick in Qt applications.

Qt QuickWidgets

Provides the QQuickWidget class to embed Qt Quick in widget-based applications.

Data visualization

Charts, diagrams, animations: these modules provide classes to help you include these elements in your UI.

Qt Charts

Provides a set of easy to use chart components.

Qt DataVisualization

Provides a way to visualize data in 3D as bar, scatter, or surface graphs.


Audio, video, and hardware interaction: use these modules for multimedia solutions.

Qt Multimedia

Provides low-level multimedia functionality.

Qt MultimediaWidgets

Provides the widget-based multimedia API.


If your project is based on a browser or the features around Web-based applications, use these modules to interact with them.

Qt WebEngineWidgets

Provides widgets to handle Web content.

Qt WebChannel

Enables peer-to-peer communication between a server and a client (HTML/JavaScript or QML application).

All the modules

There are many other modules currently supported by PySide2, here you can find a complete list of them.