Whether you're after a career change or looking to start your first degree, Griffith University can help you kick start your new career. It's never too late to start a university degree, and if you're 21 or over, and you don't qualify for admission based on your formal education, you can apply based on work and other experience and informal study.
So if you're thinking that you won't qualify to get into Griffith because you don't have the right qualifications, bring us your story and we can start the process of assessing the knowledge. Qualifications and skills you’ve gained through prior study and experience. This includes bridging and preparatory studies, professional and paraprofessional qualifications, vocational experience, personal competencies and the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) - all of which may help you get into your desired program of study.
Want to know what it's like to return to study? Watch the videos from our current students talking about their experience with Griffith to find out how we can help you meet your goals.