Miami State High offers new and exciting opportunities for our international students, keen to improve their English language skills, in a fun and stimulating environment
Our reputation for excellence already attracts up to 50 international students from 12 countries every year, including Germany, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Finland, Norway, China and Japan.
Miami State High’s impressive academic record makes our school the ideal destination for graduate students, who are university ready.
In this increasingly global world, it is essential for young people to understand other cultures. Therefore, our International Student program is invaluable, not only for our overseas visitors, but for the entire school community.
Miami High is a safe and supportive school, with over 1600 students.
Whether you’re a short-term or long-term student, our caring staff and friendly pupils will make sure you feel welcome and part of our school community - that’s our top priority.
We also have highly experienced mentors who will guide you along a path to success, helping you reach your full potential.
Staff from the International Department will be available 24/7 to offer any assistance during your stay.
Miami State High is located on Queensland's beautiful Gold Coast, just 100 metres from our world famous beach.
It’s close proximity to shops, cafes and public transport makes it an appealing location to study. It’s close proximity to shops, cafes and public transport makes it an appealing location to study.
Miami High is just an hour’s drive from Brisbane - one of Australia’s capital cities and is connected by public transport.
Our current international pupils are very proud of our school's support network, and of the quality of relationships between students and staff.
Here's what some of them had to say:
“Miami International Staff members are the best in QLD” - Leonardo De Olivera, Year 12 Brazilian student.
“I really like Miami High and my host family! I had a great time here in Australia and I would recommend Miami High to other international students wanting to study here” - Sarah Luder, Year 10 German student.
“The school was nice and my homestay family was amazing. I’m going to miss them a lot. The international student coordinators were very helpful and always nice” - Ludovica Mager, Year 12 Italian student.
We look forward to sharing similar experiences with our future students.
You are welcome to contact us at any time if you have questions.