International

  • The International Student Program at Indooroopilly State High School has three parts:

    • High School Preparation Program for International Students
    • Secondary Schooling for International Students
    • Migrant Education including the Language Enrichment Centre (LEC)

    Our school has been foremost in developing and delivering an excellent International Student Graduate Program (ISP) which is recognised as a leader in this state. We have a long tradition of welcoming students from overseas nations and are proud of our many students who have gone on to universities in Queensland, other Australian states and overseas and graduated with distinction. Indooroopilly State High School offers a very supportive, multicultural environment in which our international students are invited to make a cultural contribution. Many Australian families choose to enrol their children at our school because of the presence of so many students from other cultures. If you would like to enrol your child at Indooroopilly State High School you will need to contact EQI in the first instance. For International Student Program enrolment enquires please contact Education Queensland International (EQI). To submit an enrolment application to EQI please visit https://eqi.com.au/apply-now.

    Graduate students integrate into our mainstream secondary school. They undertake a course of study which is approved by the Queensland Studies Authority or may choose to study the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. An extensive support service is made available to our students so that they graduate and follow a future pathway of their choosing.

    For more information contact:
    Michael Skelton – Head of Department Student Services

    international@indoorooshs.eq.edu.au

    or visit Education Queensland International (EQI).

     

    EQI Holiday Adventure Programs

    The Holiday Adventure Programs provide Education Queensland International enrolled students the opportunity to travel across Australia. Several destinations are available throughout the year, and

    For more details and costs of the EQI Holiday Adventure Programs please visit https://eqi.com.au/for-students/holiday-adventure-program.

     

    Travel and Activities Form

    All students residing in school arranged or school approved family nominated homestays are required to submit a Travel and Activities Form for any overnight stays away from the homestay address. This includes any non-routine travel with your homestay provider.

    To access the Education Queensland International Travel and Activities Form please visit https://eqi.com.au/PDFs/eqi-international-student-travel-and-activities-form.pdf.

     

    Policies and Procedures

    Further information on Education Queensland International (EQI) policies and procedures can be found here https://eqi.com.au/for-students/policies-procedures.

    Information includes polices and procedures related to:

    • Assessing requests to transfer
    • Attendance
    • Client service standards
    • Critical incident procedure
    • Complaints and appeals process
    • Course completion
    • Course credit
    • Course progress
    • Distance education
    • Deferral, suspension and cancellation of enrolment
    • Entry requirements
    • The Education Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Act
    • Refund policy
    • Transfer to an EQI school from another CRICOS provider
    • Travel Procedure

Memberships & Associations

The Queensland Department of Education and Training: Trading Name, Education Queensland International CRICOS Provider Number: 00608A