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Get the right advice on study options and support for mature age and postgraduate students.

No matter whether you’re returning to university after a few years off, starting study for the first time or looking for a postgraduate degree to further your career, our Mature Student Open Evenings can help you find the right study path

These events provide an opportunity to speak to our specialist advisers and find out what to expect from your chosen degree, opportunities for recognition of prior learning and credit transfer, the application process, and financing your degree.

2019 event details

South Bank campus

Gallery Lawn

Monday 21 January

4.30 – 6.30 pm

South Bank campus is our cultural and creative hub and home to our postgraduate education in business, including the MBA. You’ll be able to chat with our Admissions and Future Students teams and academic staff from a range of study areas taught across all our campuses.

Gold Coast campus

Library Lawn

Wednesday 23 January

4.30 – 6.30 pm

The Gold Coast is our largest campus, offering degrees in health, business and government, teaching, science, engineering, IT, humanities and visual and creative arts. Talk to our Admissions and Future Students teams and academic staff about your study options.

Online

Thursday 24 January

6 – 7 pm

At Griffith, we offer three ways to study online and give you the freedom to mix and match to suit your changing needs. Join this session to learn about our online only, accelerated online and fully-flexible degrees and the range of support services available. You can also chat one-on-one with our Future Students team about your interests.

MBA information evening and mini-masterclass

South Bank campus, Level 2 Ship Inn

Monday 21 January

6.30 – 7.30 pm, followed by networking

Hear about Griffith’s MBA program and experience an MBA mini masterclass: Can we offset profit by also doing “good?” Associate Professor Stephanie Schleimer presents a thought provoking masterclass about the realities and challenges of building responsible corporations.

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Success stories

At Griffith, we recognise that not everyone comes to university straight from high school. More than half of our new students are mature students, which means we're experienced at providing the support you need to achieve your goals, whatever your circumstances.

Jordan Pope

Master of Architecture

Jordan Pope always wanted to become an architect since doing subjects like graphics and art in high school. Not getting the OP needed for university when he graduated from high school didn’t deter Jordan and he completed a Diploma of Building Design at TAFE before enrolling in a Bachelor of Environmental Design at Griffith. ‘I enrolled in Environmental Design because it was the pathway to becoming an architect. Then I enrolled in the Masters as it’s a requirement to be recognised as an architect.’

Benita Richmond

Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Government and International Relations

After many years of working in a variety of jobs and raising a family, Benita Richmond (left) decided to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a lawyer. ‘Eventually I found I reached a point in the industry where a lack of tertiary qualifications was holding me back from progressing to more senior roles.’ As her children grew older Benita decided to follow her passion and use her critical thinking and problem solving skills. She has excelled in her studies and was part of the winning team at the 2017 Budapest Vis Pre-Moot.

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