There is a different process for applying depending on what type of student you are and what level of study you want to do.
How to apply for university courses and degrees
Your first degree is typically an undergraduate – or bachelors – degree. Find out how to apply for undergraduate degrees as a Year 12 student, non-school leaver or mature age student.
Applying for undergraduate study in three easy steps
- Find the degree you want to study
- Check entry requirements and get the QTAC code
- Apply online via QTAC or UAC (NSW only), put Griffith as your number one preference and lodge your application.
Many degrees just rely on your OP score, but some also require an extra test, portfolio submission or an interview.
Courses such as music, visual arts or drama will usually require an audition or portfolio of work, which is combined with your OP. Details about how to apply for particular courses are available in the QTAC or UAC guide or via our Degree finder page.
We offer graduate certificates, graduate diplomas and masters by coursework degrees. If you already have a bachelor degree, or if you have extensive professional experience, you may be eligible for postgraduate coursework.
Higher degrees by research
If you’ve completed an honours year as part of your undergraduate studies, or undertaken advanced postgraduate studies that included a research component, you may be eligible to further your career with a higher degree by research. We offer masters by research and doctorate degrees in a wide range of disciplines.
Griffith International manages applications for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students from outside Australia. The application process is different depending on what type of international student you are.
Our GUMURRII Student Support Unit provides dedicated support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and can help with your application.
Alternately standard pathways can be used.
Apply to do a single course or a Continuing Education certificate at Griffith.
Alternative entry options
Find out about our bonus entry and preference schemes that can boost your application, as well as alternative pathways to studying at Griffith.
How can I get more information or advice?
Contact us on 1800 677 728 between 8:30 am and 4:45 pm Monday to Friday and talk directly with experienced advisers about your options and degree requirements.
You can also ask us online.