Your Pathway to Further Learning
The International College of Queensland’s vocational courses are recognised by our pathway partner’s for direct entry into their courses. Through our partnerships with some of the country’s top universities, you could enter into a university degree course after completing one of our diploma courses without reapplying through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC).*
Furthermore, when our vocational students continue their pathway to a bachelor’s degree in the same or similar program, our pathway partners will grant credit exemptions. Students will be fast-tracking their university study via our university pathway! Our Diploma Qualifications are designed to maximise the academic potential of each student and open pathways and opportunities to High education.
International College of Queensland is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO), registered in Australia by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). It is a registered Commonwealth Register Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS) provider.
Our diploma-to-degree pathways, also known as either dual awards or credit transfers, mean that you can complete a diploma and bachelor degree in the time it usually takes to complete a degree alone. You’ll graduate ahead of the pack with academic knowledge backed up by real-world skills. Studying this way may save you time and money, and will give you a head start in the job market allowing you to put your diploma skills into practice in the industry while you complete your degree qualification.
On successful completion of our vocational courses, students are eligible to receive a nationally recognised Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) Award and/or Statement of Attainment. This means that the vocational qualification you receive at ICQ is nationally recognised by industry and by other training providers.
*Each university may have their own application process and entry level requirements.
International College of Queensland offers graduates of our Diploma programs educational pathways into higher education/university degree courses. Below is a list of pathways that currently exist. Graduates are also recommended to view current credit arrangements on the specific university’s website.