Standard 2.1 of the National Code of Practice for Providers of Education and Training to Overseas Students states that prior to accepting a student for enrolment in a course, Education Queensland International (EQI) must provide current and accurate information regarding the following:
The requirements for acceptance into a course, including the minimum level of English language proficiency, educational qualifications or work experience required and whether course credit may be applicable
The requirements for acceptance into a course are outlined in EQI's Entry Requirements procedure.
For information about course credit, please refer to
EQI's Course Credit procedure.
The course content and duration, qualification offered if applicable, modes of study and assessment methods
Curriculum offerings for Prep – Year 10 are available on the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Subjects offered in Queensland state schools in Years 11 and 12 are available on the QCAA website.
School specific information is available on the EQI website – see our
'Find a school' search tool.
For information about distance education in an EQI program, please see EQI's Distance Education procedure.
Queensland's formal program of standards-based assessment is available to be viewed on the QCAA website.
Additional information on assessment and reporting is available on the Department of Education and Training (DET) website.
Campus locations and a general description of facilities, equipment, and learning and library resources available to students – see our
'Find a school' search tool.
Details of any arrangements with another registered provider, person or business to provide the course or part of the course are available on our
Pathways program page and Pathways ELICOS page.
fees including advice on the potential for fees to change during the student’s course and applicable
refund policies are made available for your reference. EQI’s refund policy is contained in the terms and conditions of each student's Enrolment Agreement.
Information about the grounds on which the student’s enrolment may be deferred, suspended or cancelled
EQI’s policy on deferral, suspension and cancellation is contained in the terms and conditions of each student’s Enrolment Agreement.
EQI’s Deferral, Suspension and Cancellation procedure outlines the roles and responsibilities of school and EQI staff in the deferral, suspension and cancellation of enrolment of a student.
A description of the
Education for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act made available electronically.
Relevant information on living in Australia, including:
Indicative costs of living are outlined below.
Students studying in an EQI Primary School must live with a parent, legal custodian or relative approved by the Commonwealth Government department responsible for immigration.
Students in an EQI High School program must have adequate arrangements in place for their accommodation and general welfare – please see Accommodation Options
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