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In Year 10, schools register students with the QCAA and a learning account is opened for them. All eligible learning towards a QCE is recorded in student learning accounts, as well as where and when the learning took place, and the results achieved.

Students can use their learning account to:

  • check their personal details
  • view their enrolments and results
  • track their progress towards a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE)
  • check their eligibility for a QCE and Overall Position (OP)
  • find out their results, including their OP and Field Positions (FPs).

How can students access their learning account?

Each student is assigned a learner unique identifier (LUI) and initial password so they can access their learning account on the Student Connect website.

Students need their LUI and password each time they log in.

Schools issue students with their LUI numbers in Year 10. If your child doesn’t know their LUI number, they should ask their school for it.

What can students see in their learning account?

Personal and enrolment details

Student learning accounts contain personal and enrolment details. Students should check their learning account regularly and advise their school or other learning provider if their contact details or enrolments are incorrect.

At the end of Year 12, QCAA posts student Senior Education Profiles to the address in their learning account, so it’s important for students to tell their school or learning provider if they change address.

VET results and QCE -recognised programs

Students studying a VET course or QCE -recognised course of study will be able to see the credits from courses in their learning account as soon as the course has been completed and the achievement ‘banked’ by the learning provider.

Final results

Year 12 results for Authority and Authority-registered subjects, OP and FPs and QCS Test result are published in student learning accounts at the end of Year 12.

Students need their LUI and password to login to their learning account and get their results online, before their Senior Education Profile arrives in the post.

More information

Last reviewed: 1 July 2015

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