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Learning accounts are opened by schools in the 12 months before a student turns 16 or in the 12 months before they complete Year 10.

They are used to record enrolments and results for all studies which contribute to a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) or Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement (QCIA).

Students can access their learning account to view their subject and course enrolments, projected QCE eligibility, results and download the Senior Education Profile (when issued).

Creating learning accounts

Schools register students with the QCAA to open learning accounts. The Department of Education (DoE), can also open accounts for students registered with the Home Education Unit, and in certain other situations.

Learning providers such as schools, registered training organisations (RTOs) and other recognised studies providers report enrolments and results in learning accounts.

Accessing learning accounts

Year 10, 11 and 12 students can access their learning account via the Student Portal on the myQCE website.

To access the Student Portal, students need to register using their 10-digit learner unique identifier (LUI), which they can get from their school.

Students who completed Year 12 prior to 2020 can find information about accessing their learning account on the previous QCE system page.

More information

For more information about learning accounts, see Section 13.3.2 of the QCE and QCIA policy and procedures handbook.

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