Schools licensing the Queensland curriculum receive access to internationally recognised syllabuses and associated resources/support through DEi's Offshore Projects Unit (OPU) and the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA).
Schools licensing the Queensland curriculum through OPU receive:
For latest information on subjects offered, visit Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority (QCAA).
Apply to become a Queensland curriculum licensed school.
A Queensland Recognised School delivers Queensland's Year 11 and Year 12 curriculum, including Year 12 certification for eligible students (a Statement of Results and Queensland Certificate of Education).
The Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) is a widely recognised qualification for entry into English-speaking universities in Australia and elsewhere in the world.
An overseas educational institution becomes a Recognised School by falling within the definition of "Recognised School" in Schedule 1 of the Education (Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority) Act 2014. Under this definition the Recognised School means an entity –
Offshore delivery is monitored by OPU and requires Recognised Schools to enter into a commercial agreement with the Queensland Government to license the Year 11 and 12 Queensland curriculums.
Apply to become a Queensland Recognised School
For more information on curriculum licensing and Queensland Recognised Schools, please see download the Offshore Curriculum Licensing and Queensland Recognised Schools brochure available in the following languages: Offshore Curriculum Licensing and Queensland Recognised Schools Brochure (PDF, 3.9MB)
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