Applications opened on Monday, 15 April and close at 5pm on Friday, 7 June 2024. *Closing Date EXTENDED to Friday 14 June 2024 and is now closed* Applications submitted after the extended closing date and time will not be considered.

Don't forget to check your junk mail folder for correspondence! If you do not see the email, you may miss out on an offer. 


You will find a list of courses being offered to Year 11 Enhanced Studies Program students on the Year 11 courses page.

You must read the relevant Course Profile before applying, so you are aware of course expectations, objectives, activities and contact hours. Each course links to the Electronic Course Profile (ECP) for that course. When the Semester 2 profile is not live, please refer to the previous semester ECP. They can be used as a guide until the relevant ECP is published.

Course availability between Year 11 and Year 12 students may differ and cannot be changed.

Study mode

Most courses are offered on an internal study mode only, which requires on campus attendance in St Lucia. If a course is offered in external mode (online) it will be noted under delivery mode. 

Public timetable

To view the timetable options for any course, click here and follow the instructions below.

  1. Enter the course code into the search field and click 'Search'. 
  2. In the side menu, tick the checkbox for the course.
  3. Click 'Show Timetable' button.
  4. You may wish to toggle between the 'Show as grid' or 'Show as list' icons at the top right .

General eligibility

You must currently be in Year 11 (or equivalent). Generally, at a minimum you must be achieving a B+ average in each subject to be considered. 

For full eligibility information, please download and read the 2024 Year 11 ESP Rules and Guidelines.

All students

Please provide:

  1. A copy of your most recent semester report card (i.e. Year 10, Semester 2), and
  2.  A completed permission form (step 4)

International students

You will also need to provide your passport and visa document.



Please download the Permission and Declaration Form, and read and complete ALL fields.

Firstly, seek parental/guardian consent, then seek permission from your school. 

You may need to contact your school to find who is the best person to provide this consent (e.g. Guidance Officer or Principal).

Ensure the form is fully completed and signed by yourself, your parent/guardian and your school.

To help you with applying, we created this quick reference Online Application Guide.

You will be applying through the UQ application portal linked below. All ESP applicants will need to nominate 'non-award study' as the program. 

Once your application has been assessed and you are deemed eligible, you will be sent an offer and you can accept it by logging in and following the prompts.

If you do not accept your offer in the system by the Friday before the start of classes, you will be unable to participate in the Enhanced Studies Program. No acceptances will be allowed after the start of semester. You must also enrol in the course and submit your timetable preferences as soon as possible after acceptance.

Students required to undertake language placement tests or auditions will be contacted in due course.


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Email: check the email address you used for your application, including your junk mail folder, for updates on the status of your application.

Your name: When creating an account please use your official full name as it appears on your school record, otherwise your results may not be able to be reported to QCAA.

Closing dates: Closing dates are firm and cannot be extended.

Enrolment in the course: You may enrol in your approved course after accepting your offer and receiving an email with you UQ login details. You enrol in courses via mySI-net, accessed via the my.UQ dashboard.

Timetable: After enrolling in the course, you can add your timetable preferences via 'My Timetable' from the my.UQ dashboard. If you receive an allocation which clashes with your school timetable, please email us asap at the address below for assistance.

USI: All students are required to provide a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to UQ or will be unenrolled from their course at Census Date.


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