Griffith offers a number of pathways that encourage and support students from a variety of backgrounds.
Depending on your individual circumstances, Griffith offers pathways which can increase your OP, ATAR or Rank. Explore the options below for pathways that may suit you.
How to apply
You can check the entry requirements specific to your preferred undergraduate program via our Degree and Career Finder website.
When you are ready to apply, you can lodge an application through the Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC). If you have completed TAFE study, you may be able to apply directly to Griffith. For further information visit the TAFE website.
To receive an offer you will need to meet the admission rank (OP, ATAR or Rank) and satisfy subject prerequisite requirements.
What are my entry options?
There are a number of opportunities to access pathway and preparation programs for applicants who have not met the entry requirements from their high school study. These options can help you upgrade to your preferred undergraduate program or to satisfy subject prerequisites.
Scholarships are awarded to students who have experienced financial hardship, or education disadvantage that has impacted on their ability to achieve their full potential.
Logan Direct Admission Scheme
This scheme provides a pathway for mature age applicants to study a range of undergraduate programs at the Logan campus. Applicants attend an interview to demonstrate skills, motivation and commitment to succeed in university study. Applicants must meet Year 12 English (4SA) or equivalent skills.
Griffith College Foundation Program
Griffith College offers a Foundation program that prepares students for university study and provides a seamless pathway to Griffith. Students may wish to undertake specific modules to improve their area of study, or to meet subject requirements.
Griffith University Preparation Program (GUPP)
Griffith delivers a tertiary preparation program at the Logan campus for mature age applicants. This program provides a pathway for those who wish to undertake university study but lack the formal qualification required for entry to an undergraduate program.
Educational Access Scheme
You can apply for EAS when you apply for an undergraduate program through QTAC or UAC. EAS can help if you have experienced circumstances that negatively affected your studies. If eligible for EAS, you may receive bonus admission ranks which may improve your chance of receiving an offer.
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