At Corinda State High School, we offer a variety of International Programs for students all over the world. Since 2005, Corinda has been a host school for hundreds of international students from all around the globe, including:
Vietnam, France, Korea, Japan, China, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand and Switzerland.
This popular program is for long term students who wish to study in Australia for a period of two years or more. Generally, students on the Graduate Program further their education here in Australia after graduating from high school by enrolling in one of our partner universities or colleges:
University of Queensland, QUT, Griffith University, TAFE
Students are able to join the Graduate Program from Year 7 onwards. Typically, they will stay in homestay accommodation during this time. Students take part in mainstream classes but with heavy English as a Second Language support.
English as a Second Language for International Students and is timetabled into all Graduate Program Students’ week.
This program is for students wishing to experience student life in Australia, improve English skills and make Australian friends. Typically, Study Abroad students stay in this program for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months, often utilising their vacation period in their home country.
Study Abroad students at Corinda SHS are placed with mainstream students. European students who may wish to continue with their language studies are able to choose from five, namely:
French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese
Homestay is a very valuable and important part of this program, as it enables the student to experience not only life as a student, but as a valued member of an Aussie family.
The Study Tour Program is a short term (1-10 weeks) program. The content of this program is usually negotiated between EQI (Education Queensland International) and the schools.
This is a program for international educators. The program length and content varies depending on the needs and requirements of the group. Educators will often observe classes and be involved in discussion groups.