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Section: Study abroad and exchange
You can come and study one or two semesters with us even if you do not meet the standard faculty English language entry requirement (IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 90 or equivalent). You can study an English program or a combination of English and academic subjects at the QUT International College and at the faculty.
If you already meet the English entry requirements for faculty study, these options are not suitable for you. Please refer to Applying for exchange and study abroad.
QUTIC, located on the Kelvin Grove campus just 2 kilometres from Brisbane's city centre, is an integral part of the university. It is the area of the university where students study English and academic pathways to meet the entry requirements for university degree programs.
As part of the Study Abroad program, English, diploma and communication units are all studied at the QUT International College with other international students. Faculty units are studied in the faculty at either the Gardens Point or Kelvin Grove campus.
Less than IELTS 5.0 (RW 5.0) or TOEFL 60 (RW 18)
2017 Start Dates
2018 Start Dates
IELTS 5.5 (RW 5.5, LS 5.0) or TOEFL 69 (RW 18, LS 17)
This option does not require completion of the Program Confirmation Form.Please submit the online application only.QUT Study Abroad ProgramQUT Exchange Program
You can study two English Professional Communication units at the College and choose one or two degree units at the faculty from the Study Abroad unit list.
This study option provides a university faculty experience at the same time as English development.
In this option, you will develop your language skills while studying academic content.
You will study two or three units from any of our diploma programs and a minimum of one communication unit per semester.
Diploma Units – Click on the following diploma programs (Business, Creative Industries, Information Technology (IT), Health Science or Engineering) to see what units are available to you. For students interested in taking units from the Diploma of Engineering, they must have completed senior high school Maths B or higher.
Note: at application, you will be asked to nominate 6 units on your online application, in order of preference.
Improve your language proficiency while developing skills for academic study in an Australian university context. EAP is offered at different levels. These are intensive programs. Students must achieve a minimum of 65% in EAP 1 or EAP 2 to progress to the next program.
Develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills and increase your fluency and accuracy. You will take a class placement test on the first day. Different levels are available commencing at elementary.
You may progress from General English into EAP 1 or EAP 2 if you pass the internal EAP Entry Test. This test is held three times per year, approximately 1 month before the start of each EAP program.
This option is for students who:
You can choose three or four units per semester from across 10 different study areas at both campuses. To view the faculty units available, refer to the study abroad unit list.
Study Abroad with English fees (PDF 222KB)
Please refer to the Costs for Study Abroad page for more information.