Become a QSAP Member
Membership will be determined through a nomination process managed by Study Queensland. The nomination process will be based on each applicant’s ability to:
- Advocate for international student issues
- Engage with the international student community and stakeholders
- Present innovative solutions to current student issues at a state and regional level
- Act as a student leader on behalf of their student communities
Eligibility requirements for QSAP:
To be eligible to be part of the QSAP, students must:
- Be 18 years old or over
- Be an international or domestic student studying in a CRICOS registered course in Queensland at the time of application.
- Have spent at least a term or a semester in respective region or sector in Queensland
- Be residing in Queensland for the duration of 2020
This year, Study Queensland will be expanding its domestic student involvement to three positions for domestic students.In addition to the criteria above, domestic students must also:
- have worked directly with international students within their institution; OR
- have been on an exchange, short course or international experience program facilitated by their institution
This year’s panel will also include a representative from Australia’s indigenous community. An additional panel placement will also be considered if a member of Australia’s indigenous community who is passionate about issues facing the international student community would like to be involved.
Nominations for QSAP 2020 are now open from 30 January 2020 and will close 5pm AEST 9 March 2020. Download the QSAP 2020 Terms of Reference and Guidelines here.