Education and community
Infrastructure and transport
We have Queensland covered, no matter where you are — no other provider can match TAFE Queensland for scale and campus location options. Choose from 50 TAFE Queensland locations across the state; from Thursday Island in the north, down to Coolangatta in the south-east corner and as far west as Mount Isa.
Spanning from Innisfail in the south to Thursday Island in the north, the Far North Queensland region includes the regional areas of Atherton and the Northern Peninsula Area, as well as the city of Cairns.
The North Queensland region stretches from the Whitsundays in the south to Ingham in the North and as far west as Mount Isa.
The Wide Bay Burnett region runs from Bundaberg in the north to Kingaroy in the south and incorporates the regional towns of Gympie and Cherbourg, as well as cities in the Fraser Coast Region including Hervey Bay and Maryborough.
Our Sunshine Coast region includes the coastal hubs of Maroochydore and Mooloolaba, as well as the inland town of Nambour. It also incorporates the newly opened Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI) in Birtinya.
TAFE Queensland has campuses spanning the length of the Gold Coast region from Coolangatta to Coomera. The region also includes central locations in Ashmore and Southport.
The Greater Brisbane region spans from Caboolture in the north to Loganlea in the south and as far west as Ipswich. It also incorporates our specialised SkillsTech trade training centres in Acacia Ridge, Alexandra Hills, Bracken Ridge and Eagle Farm.
The Darling Downs and South West region incorporates the cities of Toowoomba and Roma, and smaller regional towns including Warwick, Dalby and Chinchilla.
Where International students can study
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How does a student from Denmark who didn’t finish high school, find herself being a year off becoming a lawyer, on the opposite side of the world? Through TAFE Queensland pathways, of course.
Having overcome his roadblocks, Ray Wei has some sound advice for developing a growth mindset and achieving goals.
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.