Since 1997, Griffith College (formerly QIBT) and Griffith University have worked together to help over 12 000 Australian and international students gain access to tertiary studies, earning the reputation as one of Queensland’s leading university pathway providers.
Located on Griffith University’s Mount Gravatt and Gold Coast campuses, Griffith College (formerly QIBT) offers undergraduate Diploma programs in: Business/Commerce, Biosciences, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Engineering, Graphic Design, Health Care, Health Sciences, Hotel Management, Information Technology, and Media and Communication.
Upon successful completion of a Griffith College (formerly QIBT) Diploma, students will gain entry into the second year of the equivalent degree program at Griffith University. Griffith College (formerly QIBT) students are able to fast-track their studies and enter second year university after just eight months at Griffith College (formerly QIBT).
Students study on campus and are taught by university lecturers, providing more teaching hours per subject to help students stay ahead. Griffith College (formerly QIBT) also offers: English Language studies, Bridging subjects, Certificate IV Tertiary Preparation Program and an Associate Degree in Commerce and Business.
For further information, please contact Griffith College (formerly QIBT).
What else is on offer?
Griffith College (formerly QIBT) offers a flexible tri-semester calendar with courses beginning in February, June and October every year. This gives students the option of completing the program in 8 or 12 months.
Griffith College (formerly QIBT) students are welcomed as part of the Griffith University community and enjoy full access to all university facilities and services including a well-equipped library, 24-hour computer laboratories, modern classrooms, bookshop, cafeteria, café, Uni Bar, sporting facilities, and more.
On-campus accommodation is available at the University Residence on the Mt Gravatt and Nathan campuses, and at the Griffith University Village on the Gold Coast campus. More information ...
Student support services
Academic and Welfare Advisers are available to assist students who require additional academic and/or welfare support during their program at Griffith College (formerly QIBT). Griffith College (formerly QIBT) provides a free and confidential welfare and counselling service.
Detailed information on programs, subjects, support services, accommodation, prerequisites, fees, and enrolment procedures can be downloaded from the Griffith College (formerly QIBT). Alternatively, information materials can be emailed or mailed to prospective students. Contact QIBT for more information. Griffith College (formerly QIBT) is your best alternative pathway to University if:
- you did not achieve the OP or rank you were expecting
- you missed out on a place in the program of your choice in the QTAC offer rounds
- you want a program that consists of courses of a comparable nature to University selected Bachelor level programs , that will guarantee* you a place in second year
- you want to improve your admissions ranking by undertaking one of our higher education Diplomas
- you want to study at a smaller institute that offers small group teaching and individual attention
- you want to study a range of pre-requisite subjects at Griffith College (formerly QIBT), to satisfy University admission criteria
- you are a mature age student.
Note: [*] Griffith College (formerly QIBT) students are guaranteed a place in the related degree program, upon successful completion of the Griffith College (formerly QIBT) Diploma, provided that the student’s admission rank is at least the level of the cut-off for admission to the degree in the relevant Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre (QTAC) admissions round. Griffith College (formerly QIBT) Diploma Graduates are admitted to the University, via direct entry, and do not need to re-apply through QTAC for their degree place. During a student’s second or subsequent years of enrolment in the University degree, the student will be required to successfully complete any first year University degree core courses for which credit has not been granted on the basis of the Griffith College (formerly QIBT) Diploma.
'After considering my options for study I had my heart set on Griffith University on the Gold Coast. I finished high school 7 years ago and found Griffith College (formerly QIBT) to be an excellent pathway to enter into Griffith University and pursue my studies and career.
The classes at Griffith College (formerly QIBT) are smaller compared to Griffith and there is a lot of one on one interaction. This really helps me to understand the content of my courses and is a great way to transition into higher education. Griffith College (formerly QIBT) offers a lot of support and many resources to ensure your success in higher education.
My plan is to enter into Griffith University next year and begin my second year studying a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics.'
Samantha Blinco: Diploma of Health Sciences
For further information on Griffith College (formerly QIBT) programs, please visit Griffith College (formerly QIBT).