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2019 scholarship applications open soon
Each year Griffith University provides more than 40 million dollars in direct financial support to help new and continuing students successfully complete their degrees. More than 600 scholarships are available to cover tuition, education and living expenses, and students can apply for multiple scholarships with just one application. Applications for 2019 open on 20 July 2018.
» Explore scholarship options and apply online at griffith.edu.au/scholarships
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After the Siren – workshop for student-athletes
31 July at the Gold Coast, and 2 August at Nathan campus
‘After the Siren’ is a free workshop for developing and elite level high school students who excel in their sport. The workshop is designed to prepare student-athletes for a career in sport and includes sessions on; nutrition and recovery, brand and media, leadership, athlete well-being, and balancing sport with study and life. Students will learn and hear from exceptional role models, as well as current Griffith student-athletes, who will provide tips on maximising opportunities and how to prepare for life as an elite athlete.
For more information or to register your students contact:
Naomi McCarthy OAM
Manager, Griffith Sports College
n.mccarthy@grifith.edu.au
(07) 5552 7069
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Music and performing arts programs – new and simplified application process
Griffith University has simplified the application process for audition and admission to the Queensland Conservatorium. Now, applicants only need to apply through QTAC by 24 August 2018.
If students have any questions regarding the new process, they should contact the Queensland Conservatorium at qcgu.programsupport@griffith.edu.au
» For more information on the new application process, audition requirements and dates visit griffith.edu.au/conservatorium-auditions
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GriffithEng Program 2018 – applications now open
Do you have a genuine interest in engineering? Get ahead of the pack with GriffithEng. This accelerated engineering program enables high-achieving high school students to complete a recognised first-year university engineering subject with Griffith University, while studying Year 11 and 12. Current Year 11 students can commence in September 2018, at either our Nathan or Gold Coast campuses.
Students must be studying Maths B and English to be eligible.
» Find out more and download a registration form at griffith.edu.au/stem-pathways

Jane Thornton
Careers Advisor

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