Student Support.

From the first encounter to graduation day and beyond, Q International takes pride in each student’s development.


As part of this commitment, Q International School encourages all students to push themselves out of their comfort zone, to be open to new experiences, and to participate in activities to discover – either a new talent, a new mindset, or something new about themselves.


Whether by volunteering side-to-side with San Diegan locals, traveling by way of public transportation, tasting new cuisines, or learning different traditions, student activities provide fundamental building blocks with infinite opportunities for growth.

Visa Information

The support staff will assist students throughout the Student Visa enrollment process, manage all required Visa documentation, and provide supporting materials.

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Students can choose accommodations from shared housing, apartments, or homestay. All accommodation options are easily accessible to Q International School.

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College Pathway

Students completing the Q International School Academic English and Fundamental English programs fulfill the language entry requirements for our partner colleges and universities.

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Student Activities

Student activities are a great way for students to practice English, experience the American lifestyle, and make friends from around the world.

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Student Ambassador

Student Ambassadors develop their English, business, and interpersonal skills by volunteering at Student Services department. 

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  • Health Insurance

  • Bank Account Set Up

  • Cellphone Account Set Up

  • Transportation

  • Tour packages

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Student Testimonial.


“Q International School was very helpful and quick in responding to me online and also clear on explaining all the courses, payment options and other information about the school. Upon arriving at Q, I was warmly welcomed at the school, and they went above and beyond and found an interpreter to speak to me in Spanish so I could learn more about the school.”


—Yair Daniel, Mexico