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Results 1 - 20 of 30 for educational disadvantage
  1. Generally, educational disadvantage is caused by circumstances beyond your control that have affected previously satisfactory academic results. Educational disadvantage can also impact access to, or... Date Updated: 28/02/2018
  2. QTAC applicants seeking special consideration for educational disadvantage may apply under the Educational Access Scheme (EAS). When you complete your QTAC application online, you will be directed to... Date Updated: 30/10/2017
  3. UAC applicants seeking special consideration of educational disadvantage may apply under the Educational Access Scheme (EAS). EAS booklets and application forms are available via UAC - EAS . To... Date Updated: 25/03/2019
  4. Student Diversity and Inclusion is a unit within Student Services, delivering integrated, specialist support services and targeted programs that facilitate equality of access, participation... Date Updated: 05/02/2019
  5. Equity scholarships are for students who have experienced financial hardship and/or educational disadvantage.    To find out more about the equity scholarships available, go to  search... Date Updated: 04/03/2019
  6. QTAC's Educational Access Scheme (EAS) is one of the ways in which tertiary institutions help applicants who have experienced difficult circumstances that have negatively impacted on their studies... Date Updated: 30/05/2018
  7. Yes. Applications to the following programs are based on academic merit only: Bachelor of Medical Science  Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science. No EAS adjustments are applied... Date Updated: 30/05/2018
  8. If you are completing, or have completed, NCEA Level 3 in New Zealand, you are required to apply as a non-year 12 via Queensland Tertiary admissions Centre ( QTAC 's) apply-by-web ( ABW ) application... Date Updated: 30/10/2017
  9. Yes. Griffith awards a selection rank on a range of successfully completed Australian formal qualifications including: tertiary study (two, four, six or eight plus courses at tertiary level) TAFE... Date Updated: 30/05/2018
  10. 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: 30/05/2018
  11. If you are not successful in obtaining a place in the tertiary program that most interests you, there are a number of ways to increase your chances of gaining a future place. The options will depend... Date Updated: 28/02/2018
  12. If you have completed less than six months of study in your principal program: You will need to make an appointment with an International Student Advisor to find out if you are eligible to transfer... Date Updated: 31/10/2018
  13. In the AQF there are 10 levels, with each level defined by a set of learning outcomes that should be attained by a graduate of a qualification at that level. There are 14 AQF qualification types... Date Updated: 30/10/2017
  14. Griffith University has five campuses between Brisbane and the Gold Coast in south-east Queensland, as well as a digital campus.  Our physical campuses are located at South Bank, Nathan, Mt... Date Updated: 24/04/2019
  15. Taking part in the Honours College, you can gain academic knowledge as well as in-demand skills including leadership, teamwork, communication, a global perspective, research and industry experience... Date Updated: 18/03/2019
  16. A Commonwealth supported student is required to make a contribution to the cost of their education, with the majority of the cost met by the Commonwealth Government. Undergraduate programs: The... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  17. In 2018 the Australian Government announced a number of changes to the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP), including a new lower minimum repayment threshold, an increase to the FEE-HELP loan limit... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  18. The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), revised in 2011, is the national policy for qualifications in the Australian education and training sector. The framework includes qualifications in... Date Updated: 30/10/2017
  19. Griffith University recognises that preparation for tertiary study is not restricted to formal educational and skills can be gained through experiences and informal study. Date Updated: 30/10/2017
  20. Updated Formal learning is the learning that takes place through a structured program of learning that leads to the full or partial achievement of an officially accredited qualification. Examples of where... Date Updated: 05/11/2019