Regional high school Study Abroad

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Regional high school study abroad is for students in Years 7 to 12 who want to experience Australian life in regional Queensland. Students receive high quality education as they develop their English conversation skills and experience the uniquely Australian way of life.  

Students complete part of the junior high school and/or senior high school program and may study for a period of three, six, nine or twelve months. Upon completion students receive a Queensland school report outlining their academic achievements.  

Every EQI school has a dedicated guidance officer and international student coordinator. Visit the support team page for more information. 

Refer to the EQI School Profile Handbook (PDF, 22.3MB)​ for more information.

 

EQI regional high schools

Government high schools in regional Queensland which are eligible to enrol international students in Queensland are called EQI Regional High Schools. For information about the participating schools, visit the Find a school page. ​

 

Entry requirements: For details of age, academic, and English language proficiency requirements refer to entry requirements.

Accommodation and welfare:
​​For details about accommodation for high school students, please refer to the accommodation and w​elfare.​ ​​

​​Standard terms and conditions:
EQI’s Standard Terms and Conditions are available under Apply now.​

CRICOS Course Code: Junior High School (Years 7-10) –  082520G
CRICOS Course Code: Senior High School (Years 11-12) – 082521G

Apply now

If you are ready to apply for an EQI program, there are three options:

  1. Apply online - Applying online is fast and secure and can be done at any time of the day or night. There is no application fee to apply online.
  2. Or, complete the EQI International Student Application Form (PDF, 489KB) and return it to EQI by email to EQInternational@qed.qld.gov.au.
  3. Or, Find an Agent who will help you select the right study program and complete the application process for you.
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Last reviewed 09 May 2016
Last updated 19 February 2020