What is QISAP?
The Queensland International Student Advisory Panel (QISAP) is an initiative under the International Education and Training Strategy to Advance Queensland 2016-2026. QISAP gives students a voice in the implementation of the strategy. The Queensland Government worked with the Council for International Students Australia (CISA) to co-create the QISAP model.
QISAP membership is selected at the start of each year and is comprised of international students representing different nationalities, gender, levels of study, and regions of Queensland to harness the diversity of the international student voice. QISAP advises Study Queensland on key issues international students face living and studying in Queensland and also co- designs the International Student Leadership Forum (ISLF) and the International Students Meet Parliament (ISMP) events held each year.
Become a QISAP Member
QISAP selection depends on an individuals commitment and ability to represent international students in their region. Membership is refreshed at the begining of every year so make sure you don't miss the nomination period - follow our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn accounts to stay up-to-date.
Eligibility requirements for QISAP:
- Be 18 years old or over
- Be an international or domestic student studying in a CRICOS registered course in Queensland
- Have studied at least a term or a semester in Queensland prior to nominating
- Intend to stay in Queensland for the duration of 2020
- Have served no more than one year in the QISAP program