Apply and enrol
From entry requirements to the application process, what your training will cost to different payment options, here's everything you need to know about applying and enrolling at TAFE Queensland.
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Get your hands on the latest tech, tools, techniques. Practical, professional, in purpose-built facilities. Work with industry-connected teachers who know your name. And know their stuff.
Get job ready with the skills employers want. The skills you need for jobs going now. Study your way. On, off campus. Full time, part time and open up your options, with over 500 courses across 50 campuses.
TAFE Queensland scholarships, for merit and access and equity, help reduce the cost of your study or expenses to achieve your goals.
To enrol in a course at TAFE Queensland, you must meet all entry requirements. These requirements are different for and specific to each course.
How to apply
Applying to study with us is a simple process. Follow these steps for your course if you’re ready to apply.
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