After completing your undergraduate degree there are different options available for postgraduate study. Depending on whether you are looking to further your knowledge or looking at a pathway to research there are different levels of postgraduate study, including honours, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, masters by coursework, masters by research and PhD programs.
Honours programs provide an opportunity for advanced level study and for training in research skills and methodologies in a particular area of study. A Bachelor degree may be awarded with Honours on the basis of an additional year of study following the completion of a three year Bachelor degree or on the basis of academic achievement in a Bachelor degree which involves four years or more of study. Completing an honours program can lead you onto further postgraduate study including higher degree research program or PhD.
Are you looking to take the next step in your career or further your knowledge in your particular area of study? You might be interested in undertaking courses at the postgraduate level. Postgraduate courses are offered in a diverse range of areas, across all Griffith campuses, including criminology, law, humanities, science, engineering, information technology, music, visual arts, languages, business, education and health.
Higher degree research
Are you interested in pursuing your own research? Research degree programs provide a unique opportunity to follow a specific interest, in a particular area of research. Research degrees are offered in all schools and departments, across all Griffith campuses. Whether it is in an area oe advice on how to find the right research area, find a supervisor and develop as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander researcher in your chosen field.f an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research or in your own area of expertise, GUMURRII SSU staff can provide
Direct Entry to Graduate Entry Medicine
Are you studying a health related undergraduate degree or thinking about studying medicine? The GUMURRII Student Support Unit can help you reach that goal. In partnership with the Griffith School of Medicine students can follow an alternative entry pathway for admission into the University’s Graduate Entry Medical Program. Applicants applying with a Health related degree are not required to complete GAMSAT or the Griffith Multi Station Admissions Assessment (GUMSAA), but are required to meet other criteria and participate in an assessment of cultural and social support, and academic needs with representatives from the School of Medicine and the GUMURRII Student Support Unit.