If a response is not received, your offer of a place may lapse and you may not be considered in any subsequent round of offers. You will also find information on automatic deferment which is available in most offer rounds.
How an offer is made
For all programs offered through QTAC or UAC, successful applicants are forwarded a 'Notice of Offer'. Those who apply online can check if they have received an offer via the current applicant online services. Enrolment information is sent separately by the University.
Further information on admission and enrolment, the dates by which the procedures are to be completed or conducted are available on the Enrolment-support website which is accessible via the Griffith Portal.
Information about any fees or charges that are required to be paid are available on the Tuition fees and charges website.
How to accept an offer
If you receive an offer of a place via QTAC or UAC, you must:
- enrol at Griffith University by the due date and
- respond to the offer to QTAC or UAC according to the instructions provided in your offer letter.
If the response is not received by the due date indicated in your offer letter, the offer of a place will lapse and you may not be considered in any subsequent round of offers.
How to defer an offer
The University automatically approves deferment of one year for applicants who have been made an offer in the semester 1 offer process through QTAC / UAC or six months for applicants who have been made an offer in the mid-year offer rounds. If you wish to defer, you should respond to QTAC or UAC accordingly. You should not complete your enrolment form or pay any fees, as this will be done in the following year. You will be contacted (in writing) by the University as soon as possible advising the approval of your deferment.
Applicants who have deferred an offer made in the semester 1 offer rounds (and whose program is offered for mid-year entry) may commence mid-year if they wish. If you do wish to take the opportunity to commence mid year, then check the mid-year entry website to see if your program is offered mid-year and advise the University (via email) that you wish to commence mid-year. If you choose not to take up your offer mid-year, it will be assumed that you wish to remain deferred for the full year.
Later in the year, the University will contact all remaining deferred students with enrolment information. Students should advise the University (via email) if they do not wish to take up their deferred place.
Your deferred place may be withdrawn if you are subsequently excluded from another tertiary institution, neglect to notify the University about a change of address or receive another tertiary program offer through QTAC or UAC.
Deferred admission is NOT available in the following programs:
- Bachelor of Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art 
- Bachelor of Music Technology 
- Bachelor of Popular Music 
- Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science 
- Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Technology 
- Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Technology (Post-registration) 
- Graduate Diploma of Education - Primary (Mt Gravatt) 
- Graduate Diploma of Education - Primary (Gold Coast) 
- Graduate Diploma of Early Childhood Education 
Support for the transition to university
Griffith offers a range of student services to assist your transition to university and scholarships are available to assist you financially throughout your study. Griffith also provides additional support for those students in their first year of study.