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Look for a course you want to study. You can apply for up to six courses at once on your QTAC application in order of preference.
Submit your application through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).
If you have completed or are due to complete Year 12 at an Australian high school this year and are applying to start at QUT in Semester 1 next year, you should apply through QTAC by 31 December 2017.
If you are applying through a QUT representative (agent), you must also complete and submit an agent appointment form (DOCX file, 43.28 KB) and attach your QTAC Confirmation of Lodgement.
If you have not applied through QTAC by 31 December 2017, or if you are an Australian high school graduate from a previous year, you should apply directly to QUT by completing an application for admission as an international student form (F Form) (PDF file, 250.06 KB).
We will email a conditional offer for your highest nominated QUT course directly to you or your agent from as early as August 2017. Hold on to your offer letter until you receive your final Year 12 results as you will require the letter to accept your QUT offer.
Academic entry is based on the following:
Once you have received your Year 12 results, refer to the 2017 or 2018 acceptance cut-offs below and check that you meet the course requirements:
You must meet the minimum English language entry requirements for your course by achieving one of the following:
If you have met the conditions of your offer, you can now finalise your acceptance by following the instructions below:
When your acceptance is finalised, we will issue you your electronic confirmation of enrolment (CoE) document. Refer to the following links for further information on the remaining steps:
To change courses or request a pathway offer, email international admissions and let us know your request. We will reassess your application.
If you do not meet the 2017 OP cut-offs, here are some options:
If you are unsure or require further advice, contact our international high school student enquiries team.
If you meet the academic entry requirement, but do not meet the English language requirement, you can take the IELTS test or other approved English language tests to prove your English ability. To check the IELTS requirements for your course, refer to the list of language requirements by study area.
QUT International College offers English pathway programs for international students who do not meet degree English entry requirements. To request an English pathway offer, email international admissions and attach a copy of your English language test result.
If you are eligible for our QUT Year 12 Bonus Scheme, your points will automatically be awarded.
If you did not receive an OP score or rank, you may still be eligible for one of our pathways programs. Email our international high school student enquiries team for more information.
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