Can I study at Griffith if I completed a non-standard high school curriculum?

Updated 23/11/2022 03.12 PM

Griffith University welcomes applications from senior high school students studying non-standard curriculums like home schooling or Accelerated Christian Education. It may be possible to award a selection rank based on completion of the non-standard curriculum in conjunction with results in the standardised tests SAT or ACT. Your curriculum provider will be able to assist you registering for one of these tests.

Other pathway options including the VET pathways, GUESTS or the Aptitude for Engineering Assessment may also be relevant.

Most undergraduate programs at Griffith University have subject prerequisites that may not be satisfied from non-standard secondary programs. See prerequisites and assumed knowledge for acceptable equivalents

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