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  1. Your fees depend on a number of factors including: Whether you are Commonwealth supported, Domestic fee paying or International fee paying The courses you are studying The program you are undertaking... Date Updated: 02/09/2020
  2. See credit transfers for detailed information on the credit application process. You can also follow the relevant information below. Future students International You can apply for credit in your... Date Updated: 08/07/2020
  3. The scholarships office only notifies successful applicants. If successful, you will receive an email.   Please note:  your scholarship application remains valid for the scholarship year... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  4. The typical program length for a doctoral degree is three to four years (240-320CP) and one to two years (80-160CP) for a masters degree (research). These durations are separate from the periods for... Date Updated: 13/05/2019
  5. Your fee status can be viewed via myGriffith : Login to myGriffith . Select 'Finances' from the main menu Your fee status will be displayed in the ' Fee Status' section at the top of the page. You... Date Updated: 03/09/2020
  6. Credit limits are prescribed in Section 8 of the Credit and Recognition of Prior Learning Policy . The amount of credit you may be granted depends on the level of prior study, level of the award... Date Updated: 08/07/2020
  7. On average, you will spend around 10-15 hours on campus each week. The time you spend on campus each week will change depending on what degree you study. Some have more contact hours and some less... Date Updated: 28/02/2018
  8. International students must study 40 credit points in their commencing trimester and all following compulsory trimesters. Exceptions may be approved for students where credit impacts degree... Date Updated: 21/11/2018
  9. Your Academic Charges Account (ACA) will be available in myGriffith at least one week prior to the start of the trimester.  Login to myGriffith . Select 'Finances' from the main menu Select '... Date Updated: 03/09/2020
  10. No. To access a HECS-HELP loan you must be studying in a Commonwealth supported place, AND: be an Australian Citizen, or be the holder of a Permanent Humanitarian visa, or be an eligible New Zealand... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  11. Follow these tips based on the Trimester you commence to help ensure you meet the requirements of your student visa: If you commence in Trimester 1 Trimester 1 and 2 will be compulsory and you must... Date Updated: 21/11/2018
  12. Whether or not you have to pay fees depends on whether you drop the course before or after its census date. If you drop a course on or before its census date, you will not have to pay the course fees... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  13. Yes. If you commence studies in Trimester 3, you are required to undertake a minimum study load of 40 credit points. Note: Some programs have a lower minimum study load requirement for the commencing... Date Updated: 10/12/2018
  14. Griffith HDR programs have different requirements for entry and for completion. For general information on program requirements visit admission pathways and eligibility page. More details are... Date Updated: 25/01/2020
  15. You can check the Credit Precedent Database to find out what credit decisions have been made in the past to give you an idea of what you can expect to receive credit for. If there is no precedent... Date Updated: 07/05/2020
  16. To ensure you meet your student visa requirements: If you commence in Trimester 1 Trimester 1 and 2 will be compulsory and you must undertake a full time study load of 40 credit points. * Study in... Date Updated: 21/11/2018
  17. Yes. Check the Credit Precedent Database . If another student has completed the same studies as you there will be a precedent. This precedent will provide you with details of the credit you are... Date Updated: 05/11/2019