Apply and enrol
From entry requirements to the application process, what your training will cost to different payment options, here's everything you need to know about applying and enrolling at TAFE Queensland.
This is how you make great happen.
Get your hands on the latest tech, tools, techniques. Practical, professional, in purpose-built facilities. Work with industry-connected teachers who know your name. And know their stuff.
Get job ready with the skills employers want. The skills you need for jobs going now. Study your way. On, off campus. Full time, part time and open up your options, with over 500 courses across 50 campuses.
TAFE Queensland scholarships, for merit and access and equity, help reduce the cost of your study or expenses to achieve your goals.
To enrol in a course at TAFE Queensland, you must meet all entry requirements. These requirements are different for and specific to each course.
How to apply
Applying to study with us is a simple process. Follow these steps for your course if you’re ready to apply.
TAFE at School student Hannah Lawrence was named the Secondary Student of the Year Award at the 2022 Salute to Excellence Award
Rob Witham's training journey with TAFE Queensland started in 1989, 30 years later he is passing on a wealth of industry-proven skills.
Niki completed her Diploma of Visual Arts at TAFE Queensland’s Cairns campus several years ago and subsequently heavily immersed herself in the creative industries, and then some.
Jarrad Rogers has been recognised for his commitment to excellence, as the North Coast Vocational Student of the Year.
TAFE Queensland's new teacher program - a magnet for passionate industry experts
The ‘earning while learning’ transition has been a highly successful pathway for Kevin, who is now employed as a Teacher at TAFE Queensland. Exactly as the Foundation Educator Program intends.
A workplace training program offered through TAFE Queensland has supported council employees on Thursday Island to better develop their digital and OH&S skills.
Working closely with business students and employers in the Western Queensland region, TAFE Queensland Senior Teacher, Shane Thomas, is sharing his advice to small to medium enterprises (SMEs), while imparting foundational skills integral to business success, in the Certificate III in Business (BSB30120) course.
TAFE Queensland organised donations from various industry partners to help students return to work and study after the floods.
Young educator, Sam Rogers, has traded tools for teaching, embedding sustainable construction practices into class.
A scholarship helped Ashton Davenport access the training he needed to take over operating the family ﬁshing vessel.
Almost everyone has a favourite teacher: someone whose knowledge and influence has been life changing. For almost every student who has graduated with a qualification in music from TAFE Queensland’s music programs in Brisbane, that teacher is Mary Carden.