A choice of study pathways enables international students to fulfil their academic potential, develop new skills and achieve personal goals in a way that suits their individual needs.
Queensland Government schools take students through each stage of their education journey, from Prep and primary school, to preparation for tertiary study.
Primary school is for students who want to come to Queensland to study in Prep (students aged 4 to 5) to Year 6 (students aged 10).
High School Preparation (HSP)
An intensive English program to prepare students for EQI high school classes.
High school programs
Junior High School: Year 7 to Year 10 (students aged 12 to 15).
Senior High School: Year 11 to Year 12 (students aged 16 to 18).
The International Baccalaureate Diploma is a globally recognised diploma awarded by the International Baccalaureate Organisation.
Focus on a specific subject special program, e.g. science, sports, music and other key curriculum areas, to gain advantage in an aligned degree, profession or sports career.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
STEM subjects, excellence programs and after school activities to teach and inspire future scientists, innovators, engineers and medical specialists.
Choose or create an EQI study tour that meets the particular interests of your student group.
For students living outside Australia who wish to study the Queensland education curriculum and access Australian universities, visit the EQI Offshore programs page.
Temporary residents admissions
Assistance with temporary resident visas to enrol in Queensland state schools can be found on the Temporary Residents Admissions page.
The Fees page outlines the tuition and non-tuition fees. Sample costs of living can be found on the Information before you apply page.