Information for overseas qualified professionals
Recognition of overseas qualifications involves a general academic assessment of a qualification gained overseas compared to Australian educational standards. Applicants in Queensland must be Queensland residents - the skills recognition unit of the Queensland Department of Education, Training and Employment can not assess overseas qualifications for migration purposes.
Information about overseas qualification assessments: why it might be useful, who can apply, the costs involved and some related options.
Overseas qualification information resource
A list of professions is recorded in the overseas qualifications information resource (known as OSQIR). This provides general information about the industry, a step-by-step guide for gaining recognition of different professional qualifications, and information about the requirements for licensing and registration for different professions in Queensland.
Document translation service
Information to help you get documents you need for your application translated into English.
Financial support for qualification assessment and professional recognition
Find out about financial support provided by the Australian Department of Education, Science and Training for overseas trained professionals seeking recognition for their qualifications in Australia.
How to apply for an overseas qualification assessment
Five easy steps to apply for an overseas qualification assessment in Queensland.