English language courses
Our intensive English language courses will set you on the path to reaching the English language level you need to advance your studies.
Our English language courses have been developed to offer you comprehensive everyday and academic English language skills in an accelerated learning format.
Our teachers hold university-level qualifications in teaching English to non-native speakers. They also participate in regular professional development to ensure they are up to date with curriculum, technology, and the latest teaching strategies.
With an average class size of 15 you'll receive individualised support and attention and have your progress closely monitored through weekly tests, evaluation, and feedback. In 2022 our online ELICOS courses were recognised by the NEAS (National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme), with the NEAS tick recognising high quality education and training.
Our English language courses provide direct access pathways into our certificate and diploma courses at TAFE Queensland. Additionally, all course levels equate with the Common European Framework (CEF), ensuring your English language results are internationally recognised.
Whatever your career or study goal, one of our English language courses, will be sure to suit your needs.
English language courses
Learn English with TAFE Queensland
Our English language teachers bring learning another language to life. With practical classes full of fun activities and interaction with native speakers, your English language skills will quickly progress to the level you need to enter the workforce or go on to further study.
TAFE Queensland in Australia and KIOSKedia Academy in Iran have partnered to offer a short course in Interior Design delivered by an internationally recognised TAFE Queensland trainer.
While borders remained closed, 33 motivated students from Papua, Indonesia, completed stage one of a six month TAFE Queensland marketing skill set.
Migrant and refugee students have transformed a corner of TAFE Queensland’s Grovely campus in a vibrant celebration of cultural diversity.
Colombia to Cairns – many differences, same International Student – and now completely bilingual and working towards an exceptional career in sustainability. Daniela (Dani) Rueda is an intrepid longboarder with a focus on the environment...
As a migrant herself, Claire Chiu describes her teaching role in the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) as an extension of the positive impacts of TAFE Queensland and the Australian Government on her own settlement journey.
Syria's civil war forced Dr Firas Khamiss to abandon his newly-established private clinic, his career, and his home. Six years later, after settling on Brisbane’s north side, the 37-year-old surgeon attended his first English class at TAFE Queensland.
When Yan Meng left Shanghai for Brisbane’s leafy inner suburbs in late 2017, the scenery would prove just the first of countless changes.
Chioma Ogbonna made a giant leap to leave her home country of Nigeria to start a new life in Australia, and with that came the challenges of starting her career in construction all over again.
After 15 years in a Chad refugee camp, Fabrice Merci could never have foreseen the road that would lead to him becoming a law student in Australia.
So you've made up your mind, you know what you want to study and you're excited to get started. Now you're at the point where you need to start preparing your application.
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For international nursing student Yogamaya Rodriguez, being separated from her family and their support in Mexico during COVID-19 has been challenging. But with her passion for health care and support from TAFE Queensland, she is still paying it forward.