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STUDY in Queensland

 

WORK in Queensland

 

The strong economy and number of service industries in Queensland offer opportunities for international students to work as well as study.

Many international students and visitors are allowed to work in Queensland, although Some visas do have work limitations, so be sure to check on www.immi.gov.au

or call 13 18 81 for more information

The Gold Coast Student Hub

The Gold Coast Student Hub has recently opened in Southport. Students are invited to visit the Student Hub to access free Wi-FI, information, support and contacts. For information, over-the-phone support statewide and to make an appointment, students can call 1800 QSTUDY (1800 778 839).

Find out more here

 

The Brisbane Student Hub 

 

The Brisbane Student Hub is a free, welcoming support service for international students in Queensland. For information, over-the-phone support statewide and to make an appointment, students can call 1800 QSTUDY (1800 778 839).

Find out more here

Meet the Queensland international student ambassadors!

Meet the Queensland international student ambassadors!

Safety

Queensland is sunny, beautiful and diverse. It is also, by world standards, relatively safe.

However, it is important to use common sense to protect yourself and your belongings when living, studying and traveling.

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