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  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. 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: 24/03/2021
  3. 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: 19/04/2021
  4. 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
  5. For incoming Study Abroad and Exchange students, the minimum study load is 30 credit points per trimester, with no compulsory trimesters. If you hold a student visa, you can only study online... Date Updated: 05/07/2021
  6. If you are an international student studying on a Student Visa , you must ensure that you enrol in a way that will allow you to complete your program within the proposed course end date, as stated on... Date Updated: 06/10/2021
  7. 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: 19/04/2021
  8. Updated   Yes. You are able to study online in Trimester 3, however there are conditions:   Normally, no more than one third of your degree program can be undertaken online and you must enrol in at... Date Updated: 23/06/2022
  9. Eligibility for payment is outlined in the offer you have received. Generally, a full-time study load is a minimum of 30CP per trimester (depending on academic program). Special consideration is... Date Updated: 03/06/2021
  10. 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
  11. Trimester 1 (February to June): 30 January of the same year Trimester 2 (July to October): 30 May of the same year Trimester 3 (October to February): 30 September of the same year Note: The... Date Updated: 08/11/2021
  12. Updated A Single course of study is strictly subject to approval by the University, prerequisite study, skills or knowledge being met, and seat/timetable availability. Please note that students studying on a... Date Updated: 09/06/2022
  13. No. Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 are compulsory for international students who need to comply with student visa requirements. Date Updated: 24/03/2021
  14. Full degree international students Yes. Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 are compulsory trimesters for full degree international students who need to comply with student visa requirements. Study Abroad... Date Updated: 19/04/2021
  15. Yes. Once you have been admitted to a Griffith University degree and received your 'Starting@Griffith' email, you can apply for credit by submitting an online credit application for courses that you... Date Updated: 31/03/2020
  16. Outbound students (Griffith students going to study overseas) If you completed your exchange studies overseas, your host university should send your official transcript to the Griffith Global... Date Updated: 24/03/2021
  17. Yes. Griffith offers admission pathways into tertiary study for applicants from all kinds of backgrounds.  If you did not finish Year 12, or if you completed TAFE qualification or have a... Date Updated: 01/09/2020
  18. We recognise knowledge and skills gained through prior study and experience. If your OP/ATAR or selection rank from your secondary studies is not competitive or you did not complete year 12... Date Updated: 31/05/2021
  19. Outbound students If you are a current Griffith University student , you may be approved to undertake one or two trimesters of study at an overseas partner institution and gain credit towards your... Date Updated: 21/05/2021
  20. You can commence in any trimester subject to the availability of suitable courses. If you are a Study Abroad student You can enrol in up to three trimesters in a 12 month period. If you are an... Date Updated: 05/07/2021