At Griffith College, we’re here to help you complete your diploma and achieve your degree as efficiently and enjoyably as possible. So, when the whole world went into isolation, we went to work on developing an online platform that delivers all the important support services and social connections that you’d have on campus.

The new Griffith College Digital Campus means you can maintain momentum with your studies and form the friendships that make student life so much fun. Students will find everything from academic support and emotional counselling to student hangouts, yoga classes and a Spotify playlist to help you study in style. That way, when we all get back together, you’ll be fully up to speed.

Don’t fall behind in your studies. Get a head start with Griffith College!

TRIMESTER 2, 2020 DATES

Diploma of Health Care

Orientation

1-5 June 2020

Trimester commences

8 June 2020

Census date

26 June 2020

Mid-trimester break

27-31 July 2020

Trimester finishes

21 August 2020

All other Diplomas, Foundation and Masters Qualifying Programs

Orientation

22-26 June 2020

Trimester commences

29 June 2020

Census date

24 July 2020

Mid-trimester break

17-21 August 2020

Trimester finishes

25 September 2020

Program webinars

Join our webinars to find out more about your program at Griffith College. We will be covering

  • Benefits of studying at Griffith College
  • Program structure
  • Online learning
  • Diploma pathways to Griffith University
  • Employment opportunities once you graduate
  • Key dates and more!

You will get to hear all about the programs from the program convenor, make sure you register!

AREAS OF STUDY

REGISTRATION

Health studies: Health sciences, Social and psychological science View recording
STEM: Science, Engineering and IT View recording
Foundation View recording
Business studies: Commerce, Hotel Management, Associate Degree in Commerce and Business View recording
Creative studies: Arts & Communication, Design, Criminology & Law, Masters Qualifying ProgramView recording

Admissions flexibility

In order to support applicants during the COVID-19 global pandemic in respect to approved evidence of language and academic qualifications, and to assist the College with recruiting qualified students while they are unable to undertake face-to-face English language tests and/or potentially complete official academic tests, Griffith College has implemented temporary changes for students whose qualifications were due for completion in 2020 and have been interrupted.

English Language - The College will accept:

Standard programs*

Test

Score

Validity

IELTS

Overall score 5.5, no sub-score less than 5.0

3 years

IELTS indicator

Overall score 5.5, no sub-score less than 5.0

Current

TOEFL iBT

Overall score of 46

3 years

TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition

Overall score of 46

Current

Pearson Test of English (Academic)

Overall score of 42

3 years

Cambridge Linguaskill (General or Business)

Average score 162, minimum individual skills score 154

Taken from January 2020 onwards

Duolingo English Test

Score of 85 plus performance in long run answers

Taken from January 2020 onwards

*For degrees that require higher English standards to meet the requirement of the professional registration bodies, conditional offers can be made subject to provision of required English language proficiency results.

Please note: The Department of Home Affairs may require evidence of English language proficiency as part of a student visa application. You should check acceptable forms of evidence on their website.

Academic Requirements for Unconditional offers –The College will accept:

  • Screenshots of documents from official institutions, Schools, and MOE websites.  Agents are responsible for assisting the College with verifying the authenticity of all screenshot documents submitted
  • Predictive results for International Baccalaureate and GCSE (O, A and AS levels) scores
  • A combination of year 11 and 12 marksheet results for students unable to complete year 12 final examinations and who identify as meeting admission requirements
  • Acceptable uncertified copies of official academic documentation or unofficial transcripts submitted on-line

Evidence Requirements:

The College will allow:

  • removal of requirement of certified academic transcripts for domestic students
  • acceptance of payslips and / or a work reference form if mature age applicants cannot obtain work reference letters from their employer

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