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Results 1 - 20 of 85 for proof of enrolment centrelink
  1. You are enrolled in a part-time study load when you enrol in courses totalling less than 75% of a standard full-time load (See What is a full-time study load ?). For most programs, a course enrolment... Date Updated: 24/02/2022
  2. Students who are receiving certain Centrelink Benefits (Youth Allowance, AustStudy or Abstudy), are enrolled full time and do not currently have a Commonwealth Scholarship may be eligible for an... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  3. Yes, you can apply. Former student (without a previous exclusion): If you are a former Griffith student and have not been excluded from Griffith or any other university; you can apply for readmission... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  4. Approval to add a course after the last date to add a course may only be granted in exceptional circumstances*. See steps below to apply.   Ensure your grade point average (GPA) is 4.0 or... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  5. Prior to Open Enrolment, go to myGriffith to check for planning and enrolment dates. To find out in advance when Open Enrolment begins, please check the current Academic Calendar and key dates... Date Updated: 01/10/2020
  6. Prior to Open Enrolment, go to myGriffith to check for planning and enrolment dates. To find out in advance when Open Enrolment begins, please check the current Academic Calendar and key dates . If... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  7. Yes, timetables can change. You should regularly check your class details prior to enrolling in classes/courses. If you are already enrolled in a class that is affected by a timetable day/time or... Date Updated: 11/01/2021
  8. The Enrolment Policy  and the Enrolment Procedure specifiy the way in which the University will administer enrolment in all the programs to all students of the University that include... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  9. If you plan to study full-time, and only claim a payment as a full-time student, you can submit a claim for payment online up to 13 weeks before commencing your course.   If you wish to claim a... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  10. Yes, approval may be given for cross-institutional study at another institution if certain criteria are met. You can view eligibility requirements in section 5 of the Student Administration Policy... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  11. You should enrol in the courses listed in your Program Structure if you do not consider that you have covered the content in your prior studies. When you know the credit you have been awarded, you... Date Updated: 05/11/2019
  12. 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: 25/05/2021
  13. You can find course profiles via myGriffith: Login to   myGriffith . Select 'My Program' from the main menu. Click the 'View course profile' link under the relevant enrolled course to open the... Date Updated: 14/06/2021
  14. The trimester model provides you with the option to accelerate your study and complete your degree sooner. Depending on your program, trimesters may also offer you greater flexibility to balance... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  15. You are encouraged to attend as many of your classes as possible to enhance academic success. Some courses do require a minimum attendance to avoid academic penalty. Check your course profile for... Date Updated: 11/08/2021
  16. The amount of time you have to complete your degree depends on the type of program you are studying. You can find specific information about maximum completion periods and extensions in section 3.11... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  17. The Griffith University Academic Calendar is made up of three trimesters: Trimester 1, Trimester 2 and Trimester 3. The trimester ends on the last day of the End of Trimester Central Exam period and... Date Updated: 02/10/2020
  18. You can find information about the content of a course in the course profile. Specific course information includes: learning objectives and outcomes of the course course content, organisation... Date Updated: 14/06/2021
  19. You can find information about teaching weeks, exam periods and University holidays in standard trimesters, as well as other non-standard teaching periods (such as Medicine, Dentistry, Midwifery... Date Updated: 29/07/2019
  20. 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