Since its beginning, Griffith has been deeply connected to the Asian region, environmentally aware, open to the community and industry focused. Always ahead of its time, Griffith introduced Australia’s first degrees in a range of important areas, including modern Asian studies and environmental science.

Griffith students gain the academic knowledge of a world-class university, as well as the skills and confidence that employers want. Through industry placements and projects for real clients, students put what they learn in the classroom into practice and gain valuable contacts before they graduate.

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Highlights

Ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is built into all of Griffith's programs so students have multiple work placement/internship options. 

Received more Australian Awards for University Teaching than any other university since 2012.

Over 85% employer satisfaction with graduates

Pioneers in teaching modern Asian studies, social justice and sustainable practices.

Program Details

Why Griffith University?

Griffith University was created to be a different kind of university—challenging conventions, responding to trends and pioneering solutions through innovative teaching and research. Its high quality degrees are specifically designed to prepare students for the future. Degrees  are developed in consultation with industry, based on cutting-edge research, and taught by Australia’s most awarded teachers.


Housing

At Griffith University you can choose to live on campus in student residences or off campus in apartments. A Homestay is another great option to experience life with a local family while you study.


Tean Staff

Our team works with you from start to finish throughout the application process. We assist with certification of documents required to submit an application and guide you through the entire process. We can assist with general questions relating to your move overseas. We also assist you with acceptance of application and preparation for your visa and enrollment.

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University

Griffith University

Griffith hosts 50,000 students across five campuses in South East Queensland, spanning three major cities in Queensland (Gold Coast, Logan and Brisbane). Students choose Queensland not only for the quality education, but for its superb subtropical climate, welcoming environment and mixture of natural wonders and vibrant city life.

CRICOS Provider Code: 00233E

Courses

Courses

 

Discipline
Subject Area
Business
  • Accounting
  • Business Analytics
  • Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Sustainability
Education
  • Early Childhood Education
Engineering/IT/Aviation
  • Aviation
  • Civil Engineering
  • Cyber Security
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Information Technology
Humanities
  • Criminology
  • Languages
  • Law
  • Social Sciences
Sciences
  • Computer Information Science
  • Dentistry
  • Environmental Sciences
  • Health Sciences
  • Medical Science and Medicine
Visual and Performing Arts & Design
  • Architecture, Construction, Planning
  • Art and Design
  • Fine Art
  • Music

Eligibility

Eligibility

This depends on the program and level of study. For undergraduate programs, we require a high school diploma and SAT/ACT score (GPA and score requirements can be discussed with our team). For programs such as direct entry Medicine or Dentistry, the GPA requirements are very competitive.

Excursions

Griffith has a dedicated student experience team that offers support and opportunities to interact with domestic and international students on campus and via excursions and activities run throughout the year. This is covered during Orientation. One of those support networks is the Griffith Mates – a diverse peer-support network for international students, with members who speak over 46 languages. The Mates run welcome events, Orientation, host trips and tours around Queensland, and organize regular activities and networking opportunities.

Griffith also has the Student Guild (Gold Coast) and Student Representative Council (Brisbane) that provide additional peer supports and activities for all Griffith students and oversees all student clubs and societies.

Program Dates

Trimester 1

Teaching period Late Feb – Late May
Mid-semester break Mid-April
Final assessments (exams) Mid-June

Trimester 2

Teaching period Late July – Late Oct
Mid-semester break Late Sept
Final assessments (exams) Late Oct

Trimester 3

Teaching period Nov-Feb
Mid-semester break Late Dec
Final assessments (exams) Mid-Feb

Fees & Inclusions

Tuition: Depends on the program. Fees range from around AUD29,500/year (2 trimesters) to AUD73,000 (Doctor of Medicine)

Health insurance: Approximately AUD$700/year


What’s Included

  • Academic guidance and counselling
  • Application submission assistance, ongoing email enquiry support from start to finish throughout your application process
  • Review of suitable degree programs
  • Certification of transcripts
  • Course advice
  • Enrolment advice
  • Support through the acceptance and commencement period
  • Review of transcripts and documents
  • Liaise between you and Griffith

What’s Not Included*

  • International airfare ($1,800)
  • Domestic airfare in US ($500)
  • Student visa ($620)
  • Books ($365)
  • Meals during the semester ($2,500)
  • Airport transfer at the end of the semester ($50)
  • Travel insurance ($350)
  • Travel and personal expenses ($1,500 – 2,500+)

*Costs are estimated based on previous student experience and budget. Actual amounts will vary depending on student.

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Helen Armitage

Full Degree Program Manager

Gold Coast Tip
Organic Food Market

For some great fresh produce, hit up the Miami Organic Food Market. The first and only organic market on the Gold Coast, it’s open every Sunday from 6:00 am until 11:30 am. Visit for the yummiest organic produce on the GC (think fruit, vegetable, breads, olives, cheeses, pasta and more).

Q&A

What is your role at TEAN?
I am the Resident Director for Queensland and responsible for working with our in-country study abroad students in our schools across this state. My role is to ensure that all students are supported and mentored and experience cultural events relevant to their location. I am the study abroad “mom” to all of my groups and try to ensure they stay focused on their schooling and experience all that their location has to offer. I like to get them to see the value of their study abroad semester and how it will benefit them in the future. I am also the Full Degree Program Manager for TEAN. In this role I work with students who are interested in taking their entire degree program in Australia or New Zealand.

How did you come to this current role?
I have been working in International Education since 1995. I have been involved in the study abroad and international offices at both Griffith University and Bond University on the Gold Coast. While at Bond University I managed the study abroad program for North America and was responsible for building partnerships with programs and U.S. schools. I have travelled extensively through North America and have visited many of our partner schools. I started working with TEAN as the Queensland Resident Director in 2010.

What is your favorite part of your job?
Seeing students grow and become more independent during their semester. Watching students learn to problem solve issues and gain confidence to make decisions on their own. I enjoy getting to know the groups and each group are varied and unique. I like seeing them develop lifelong friendships amongst the groups and enjoy watching them have fun at the various cultural events I arrange. I have met some amazing students over the years, who I am still in touch with today.

How do you work with students who are interested in pursuing their full degree abroad?
I am their go to person from start to finish. I help them narrow down their university choices, submit applications and answer any questions they may have through the process.When offers come in, I then assist them to accept the best option for them and talk them through next steps. This includes who to contact about U.S loans and aid, how to apply for their visa and enrolment. Being in the same time zone as the schools here and it makes it easy for me to follow up. I also have lots of contacts that i can reach out to directly, so it saves them time and stress.

What are some top reasons a student should consider a full degree in Australia or New Zealand?
You will be pursuing a quality education at some of the world’s top ranked universities while enjoying a personalized education. Australia and New Zealand are desirable places to live and attract high quality professors from all over the world. You will also graduate with a competitive advantage – most people don’t study overseas and having an international qualification and living in another country puts you ahead of your peers who stay in the U.S. You will also have gained a new network of international contacts.

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