Parent and Student Advice Nights
May 22, Nathan campus / May 15, South Bank campus
Designed for Year 9, 10 and 11 students, our Parent and Student Advice Nights will help answer your students’ questions about the change from the OP to ATAR system, how to choose senior high school subjects, and how to decide on the right university degree. Parents or guardians and students can talk to our academic staff and expert study advisers, take a campus tour and get the right advice and information they need on what to expect on their journey to university.
Pathways to Medicine Information Evenings
May 14, Gold Coast campus / May 15, South Bank campus
For Year 12 students and their parents or guardians, this event provides an overview of medicine at Griffith University including advice about the pathway degrees that best prepare students to gain a place in the Doctor of Medicine.
GUESTS applications for Trimester 2 now open
Applications close May 30
Griffith University Early Start to Tertiary Studies (GUESTS) on-campus and online applications are currently open to high achieving year 11 and 12 students for Trimester 2, 2018. Students can apply to undertake a first-year university course from most Griffith degrees. Students who successfully complete their university course (subject) are eligible for two adjustment ranks towards their OP/ATAR when applying for Griffith and credit transfer once they commence their related degree.
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Tertiary education experience for students with a disability
Thursday, May 31, Logan campus
High School students in Years 10 to 12 and students who have recently completed high school are invited to explore their tertiary study options at Griffith University’s annual Tertiary Education Experience.