Our international price list provides a quick reference of all available international courses as well as important information like tuition costs, campus locations, and start dates.
Find out how you can apply to study at TAFE Queensland. Check your English and academic entry requirements, find out how to apply for a student visa, view our payment methods and find an education agent in your country.
Find an agent, become an agent or request your agent assets here. TAFE Queensland has selected key international representatives to help you apply for a program or pathway with us and provide advice and assistance for your student visa application which is needed before you can begin studying in Australia.
We have a range of helpful information available to our new and current students including orientation, timetable, student portal, library services, student rules, student support and after study information.
TAFE Queensland has a comprehensive range of student support services to assist you throughout your studies. In addition to disability, counselling, and learning support services that are available to all students, we also have dedicated support services for our international students.
We understand that deciding to study in another country is a big decision. That's why we've developed an orientation program specifically to welcome and support our new international students.
TAFE Queensland can help you reach your study goals. Whether you want to improve your English language skills or continue your studies in Australia at university, we have a pathway to suit your needs.
Find out what life in Australia is really like. We've got all your questions answered — from accommodation, the weather, public transport, working in Australia and what to do when you arrive.
TAFE Queensland’s study tours provide a unique opportunity for students to experience Australian culture while developing their practical knowledge and skills in a vocational education context.
The TAFE Queensland Global Engagement team have more than two decades of experience, working in collaboration with an international network of businesses, government agencies and educational institutes to design, customise and implement education and training programs.
If you’ve got a question, check out our frequently asked questions (FAQs) to see if we have the answer you're looking for.
Our English Language Programs have been developed to improve your English language skills as well as to offer you a direct entry pathway into vocational courses offered at TAFE Queensland.
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Determined to continue the nursing career she loves here in Australia, American Susan Nguyen overcame every hurdle life placed in front of her.
After starting her hospitality career in the Philippines, Jazel was nervous but excited to take her cookery skills to the next level in Australia.
TAFE Queensland in Australia and KIOSKedia Academy in Iran have partnered to offer a short course in Interior Design delivered by an internationally recognised TAFE Queensland trainer.
While borders remained closed, 33 motivated students from Papua, Indonesia, completed stage one of a six month TAFE Queensland marketing skill set.
Migrant and refugee students have transformed a corner of TAFE Queensland’s Grovely campus in a vibrant celebration of cultural diversity.
Colombia to Cairns – many differences, same International Student – and now completely bilingual and working towards an exceptional career in sustainability. Daniela (Dani) Rueda is an intrepid longboarder with a focus on the environment...
As a migrant herself, Claire Chiu describes her teaching role in the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) as an extension of the positive impacts of TAFE Queensland and the Australian Government on her own settlement journey.
Syria's civil war forced Dr Firas Khamiss to abandon his newly-established private clinic, his career, and his home. Six years later, after settling on Brisbane’s north side, the 37-year-old surgeon attended his first English class at TAFE Queensland.