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Wednesday, October 17th, 2018

International student satisfaction high at Griffith University

Griffith University has again achieved excellent overall student satisfaction scores of above 90% in both the International Student Barometer (ISB) and the English Language Barometer (ELB) 2018 surveys.

Both of the surveys look at the student experience across all areas of the international student experience, from pre-arrival (including satisfaction with agents), through to the student experience on campus and in the classroom, as well as overall satisfaction.

International student satisfaction high at Griffith University

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Griffith University’s Internationalisation Strategy sets an objective of being in the top 10 for key dimensions underpinning the international student experience, as measured by the ISB, and Professor Sarah Todd is delighted that this objective is being met.

“We will continue to work with everyone involved in the support of international students to ensure these results are reinforced and are always looking for ways to further improve and enhance the support and services we provide all international students,” Vice President (Global), Professor Sarah Todd, said.

Professor Todd also noted the contribution made by their agent network (Helloooo, OzTREKK!) in ensuring that positive experience starts right from students’ first inquiries into studying at Griffith.

The ISB showed Griffith ranked particularly highly on both the arrival experience and the student experience dimensions, with 94% of students either very satisfied or satisfied with their arrival and 90% of students happy with their life at Griffith to date, compared with global averages of 89% and 87% respectively.

Griffith Mates

Students’ satisfaction with their welcome, opportunities to make friends from other countries, and the social activities available when they first arrived, was particularly high. The Griffith Mates, a group of volunteer senior students committed to supporting international students with their transition to life in Australia and studying at Griffith, provide a friendly welcome to thousands of students each year right from when they land at Brisbane airport, and this is an area we are committed to continuing to enhance given its critical importance in ensuring a positive experience overall.

The ELB showed Griffith English Language Institute (GELI) students’ overall satisfaction with living at 94.7%, which compares favourably with a global overall rating of 90.3%. Student satisfaction relating to studying and living at both our Brisbane-based and Gold Coast campus English Language Institutes was positive, with students rating highly the campus environment and GELI facilities.​

Griffith University Study Areas

Griffith is a comprehensive university, offering more than 200 undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees across all disciplines.

Griffith University has a long history of providing innovative degrees that meet the ever-changing needs of students, industry and the community. Popular schools among Canadian students include

What would you like to study at Griffith University? Contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com or call 1-866-698-7355 to find out how you can study in Australia!

Friday, October 5th, 2018

Griffith Law School webinar October 9

If you’re considering studying law, you won’t want to miss the upcoming Griffith Law School webinar this coming Tuesday, Oct. 9.

Hosted by Griffith University Regional Manager Justine Somogyi and Canadian law students Stephanie Ostrowski and Supreet Dhillon, this webinar will cover everything about studying law at Griffith—as well as answer any questions you have!

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Contact OzTREKK to sign up for the Griffith Law webinar!

Date: Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Time: 7 – 8 p.m. EDT

Interactive Q & A throughout the webinar—get your questions answered!

  • Griffith Law School
  • Undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees
  • Canadian Law electives offered
  • Griffith’s 2- to 3-year grad-entry LLB option
  • Admissions requirements
  • NCA exams and practicing in Canada
  • Life on campus, and much more!

Supreet Dhillon
Griffith law student Supreet Dhillon is from Toronto and in her penultimate year at Griffith Law School. Supreet has chosen to do the 3-year stream of the Bachelor of Laws grad-entry program at Griffith and is the secretary of the Griffith Canadian Law Students Association.

Stephanie Ostrowski
Griffith law student Stephanie Ostrowski is from Calgary and graduated with a degree in Law and Society from the University of Calgary. She is currently completing her second year at Griffith and is in the 3-year stream of the Bachelor of Laws grad-entry program.

Justine Somogyi
Justine Somogyi will also be joining us! Justine is Griffith’s Regional Manager for Canada. Originally from Brisbane, she has lived in three countries outside of Australia, In 2014, Justine moved to Halifax with her husband and dog, but is now based in Guelph.

Molly Mahon
OzTREKK Law Admissions Officer Molly Mahon will also be available to answer your questions in the chat!

Griffith Law School

Griffith Law School‘s three-year graduate Bachelor of Laws program includes Canadian Law courses to prepare for the National Committee on Accreditation exams to certify your Griffith law degree for practice in Canada. You will learn from experienced lecturers who can guide you through what’s involved and give you personalised advice on how to prepare. You can even attempt the exams on the Gold Coast before returning to Canada!

Program: Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry)
Location: Gold Coast or Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 2 – 3 years (dependent on elective selection*)
Application deadline: Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply at least three months prior to the program’s start date to allow time for the predeparture process.

Apply to Griffith Law School!

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Would you like to attend this Griffith Law School webinar? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Molly Mahon at molly@oztrekk.com for your registration info!

Friday, April 6th, 2018

Griffith University helps launch Commonwealth Sports Universities Network

The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has partnered with Griffith University to debut the Commonwealth Sports Universities Network, which aims to create a formal sporting partnership between the CGF and five foundation universities from across the Commonwealth.

The Commonwealth Sports Universities Network (CSUN) celebrated its official launch on the Gold Coast on Tuesday, on the eve of the Opening Ceremony for the XXI Commonwealth Games. The CGF partnered with Griffith University to debut the Network, which aims to create a formal sporting partnership between the CGF and, initially, five universities from across the Commonwealth.

Griffith University helps launch Commonwealth Sports Universities Network

Professor Sarah Todd, Vice President (Global), Griffith University; CGF Vice President, Bruce Robertson; Professor Ian O’Connor AC, Vice Chancellor, Griffith University and Professor Michael Powell, Academic Director, Griffith University, at the launch of CSUN on the Gold Coast. (Image credit: Griffith University)

The success of the CGF and Griffith University’s existing Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games partnership was the inspiration behind the establishment of the Network. The CGF and Griffith University have been joined by four additional founding member universities—the University of Ottawa, University of Toronto, University of Johannesburg (South Africa) and Strathclyde University (Scotland)—for the Network’s recent inaugural meeting on the Gold Coast.

Exciting new initiative
“The Commonwealth Sports Universities Network is an exciting new initiative that builds on our existing research and internship relationships with higher education institutions across the Commonwealth. The Network will ensure the CGF continues to deliver on one of its strategic priorities, of attracting and building on public, private and social partnerships that widely benefit the Commonwealth Sport Movement and in particular Commonwealth athletes and host cities and communities,” said CGF Vice President, Bruce Robertson.

Significant role
The new Commonwealth partnership forms a core part of the CGF Development Programme and will build on and further integrate the internship, research, and evaluation work undertaken by the Higher Education Sector at Commonwealth Games, maximising opportunities for coordination, knowledge exchange, internship opportunities and research priorities across recent, future and prospective Commonwealth Games hosts.

“This is the first time that a university has taken such a significant role with the organisers of the Commonwealth Games,” Professor Michael Powell, Academic Director, Griffith University said.

“Previously, universities involved with the Commonwealth Games have provided expertise, volunteers and interns, but never before on the scale and depth of the partnership Griffith University has developed.

Network members will benefit in a range of ways including global exposure, internship opportunities for students, educational and research opportunities, and international network relationships with other Commonwealth institutions and organisations. The CGF will have the opportunity to learn and gain from new academic research on the Commonwealth Games, innovative internship initiatives and sport development programs through universities across the Commonwealth.

World-class facilities
Professor Powell highlighted the successful GAPS (Gather Adjust Prepare Sustain) Program hosted by Griffith University in the build-up to Gold Coast 2018 as a prime example of how university partnerships with the Games can enhance lives and develop athletes in less developed regions.

“We were able to make our world-class on-campus facilities and academic expertise in areas like sport technology and exercise science available to athletes who would not normally have access to these,” he said.

“In this way, Griffith engaged with the CGF’s sports agenda. Now, through the CSUN, Griffith and other universities across the globe can do so in a formalised, planned and focused way.”

The Network was launched by CGF Vice President, Bruce Robertson and Vice Chancellor and President of Griffith University, Professor Ian O’Connor AC, at a formal event on Griffith’s Gold Coast campus.

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Would you like to learn more about your sports and exercise sciences study options at Griffith University? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Health Sciences Admissions Officer Charlynn Lecompte at charlynn@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Griffith Aviation partners with Qantas for Future Pilot Program

Cool career alert!

Bachelor of Aviation students at Griffith University could become future pilots with Qantas thanks to a new partnership.

The Qantas Future Pilot Program provides students with access to experienced pilots during their degree, with selected students invited to complete an intensive 12-week Airline Transition Course.

Griffith University Aviation partners with Qantas for Future Pilot Program

Griffith Aviation student Kate Richards (far left) attended the launch of the program in Sydney (Photo: Griffith University)

Graduates can then transition to employment with QantasLink and complete their training under the supervision of QantasLink’s experienced training team and become qualified as First Officers flying the airline’s Dash 8 200/300 or Q400 fleet.

The program is open to a potential pool of 300 students in the next few years.

QantasLink Chief Executive Officer John Gissing said the program would build the next generation of exceptional pilots from within Australia’s top aviation schools and provided students with unparalleled benefits and job certainty not available with any other training program.

“Aviation students will have an enormous head start to their career as a pilot. They will not only benefit from a direct pathway to Australia’s largest regional airline, but will also have access to experienced Qantas Group pilots throughout their studies,” Mr Gissing said.

New pilots are usually only considered for employment with a commercial airline after spending time flying in the general aviation market, which is often gained by flying single-pilot charter aircraft usually in regional areas or by seeking employment outside of Australia.

“This fantastic initiative will equip high-performing and motivated students with the skills needed to transition into an airline and provide them with a platform from which to launch their career as a pilot within the Qantas Group.

“We are ensuring our students get the best possible start to their career and job opportunities secured early.”

Head of Griffith Aviation Associate Professor Gui Lohmann believes that Griffith Aviation offers a suite of initiatives that put Griffith students ahead in the industry.

“In 2018, Griffith Aviation is launching new initiatives to make sure our cutting-edge degrees are at the forefront of aviation education,” he said. “They include a new flight procedure lab, specific courses on Rotary Wings and UAVs, as well as the first ever Helicopter Pilot Training Graduate Diploma in Flight Management.”

To be eligible for the Qantas program, students need to be enrolled in the Bachelor of Aviation program, hold a GPA of 4.0 or above for the duration of their studies, and have Australian work rights.

Why choose the Bachelor of Aviation at Griffith University?

Griffith University has one of Australia’s largest and most highly recognised aviation teaching programs. Over the past 20 years teaching in this field, Griffith has built an international reputation for graduates who are industry ready. Griffith aviation staff have strong industry ties and are world leaders in aviation research.

The Bachelor of Aviation is a two-year, accelerated degree allowing students to progress more quickly into a flying career.

Students will be introduced to the sciences underpinning the theory and practice of aviation, and will also study courses in areas such as, navigation, planning, and the human factors in aviation. Through the Bachelor of Aviation, you will develop with the skills needed for lifelong learning in the evolving aviation environment.

The Bachelor of Aviation together with self-funded flight training will allow graduates to be ready to work in the aviation industry as a commercial pilot.

Program: Bachelor of Aviation
Location: Brisbane, Queensland
Semester intake: February each year
Duration: 2 years

Apply to the Griffith University aviation program!

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Would you like more information about Griffith Aviation degrees? Contact OzTREKK Admission Officer Charlynn Lecompte at charylnn@oztrekk.com.

Friday, November 24th, 2017

Griffith School of Environment celebrates 40 years of graduating students

Martin Taylor is doing his first mammal survey.

Griffith School of Environment celebrates 40 years of graduating students

Dr Martin Taylor (Photo: Griffith University)

He’s an excited student in Griffith University’s brand new School of Australian Environmental Studies. As part of the environmental studies foundation program—the first in the country for a university—nothing was off limits.

What he discovered was cats and rats. Dr Taylor set his traps in the forest. He had no idea what he would find.

“That was the first message to me, that while the forest might be there, it’s highly degraded, this was not a natural forest,” he said.

“It was overrun with feral animals.”

It sparked a passion that has inspired the conversation biologist to go on to have an illustrious career stemming from his degree.

Dr Taylor graduated with a Bachelor of Environmental Studies in 1977. This year, the Griffith School of Environment celebrates graduating its 40th cohort of students.

Back then a career out of environmental science was unheard of. But Dr Taylor has never looked back. His first job out of Griffith was with the CSIRO team for biocontrol of the exotic floating water-weed salvinia in the early 1980s.

“We released a biological control agent, a weevil, that turned out to be hugely successful, knocking the weed out all over Australia and for our neighbours in PNG as well,” he said.

Now the Protected Areas and Conservation Science Manager with WWF in Queensland, Dr Taylor is campaigning for nature all the time.

“I’m campaigning for funding for protected areas and tightening of tree-clearing rules, particularly in Queensland,” he said.

Griffith School of Environment celebrates 40 years of graduating students

Griffith School of Australian Environmental Studies class photo (Photo: Griffith University)

Dr Taylor had originally started in engineering because his family had taken that career path but realising that was not for him, he switched to Griffith’s environment program as soon as he found out about it.

“It was a turning point in my life,” he said. “I was really keen on doing something in environment and conservation and there was nothing at the time until it was founded at Griffith.

“To be accepted and study in a brand new class was a great privilege. As the first class we were able to influence how the course played out.”

Dr Taylor is encouraged by the fact the Bachelor of Environmental Science degree has now been accredited by the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ). Griffith University is the first in the World to be accredited by the organisation.

“It gives me hope there’s now so many graduates coming through with expertise in conservation and environmental science,” he said.

“The battle for nature is never going to be over. Every generation has to make it their own.

“It’s a constant uphill battle but you have to keep engaging people to pay attention to the damage being done.”

Griffith School of Environment

Since its inception, Griffith has had an ongoing commitment to the environment and sustainability. As a forerunner in the field, in 1975 Griffith launched Australia’s first environmental science degree and since then, has continued to lead in areas of environmental science, education, research and practices.

Environmental and Marine Science at Griffith has been rated 5 stars for Educational Experience and Student Support by the Good Universities Guide 2018, a leading independent provider of high-quality education and career information.

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Would you like to study at the the Griffith School of Environment? Contact OzTREKK Admission Officer Heather Brown at heather@oztrekk.com!

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017

Griffith International Student Law Scholarship for Canadians

Griffith scholarships recognise remarkable students with outstanding academic achievements and the potential to make a positive contribution to the university and to the community. If you’re interested in studying the Bachelor of Laws at Griffith Law School, you will be automatically assessed for the International Student Law Scholarship when you apply.

Griffith International Student Law Scholarship for Canadians

Griffith law scholarship

International Student Law Scholarship

For: Students from Canada applying for undergraduate law studies at Griffith University
Available to: Commencing undergraduate students in Trimester 1, 2018
Level of study: Undergraduate
Citizenship: Citizens or permanent residents of Canada
Award value and benefits: Scholarship covers 10% of tuition fees in the first two trimesters of study. Students must be enrolled full-time to receive the tuition fee reduction.
Duration: Two trimesters
Programs of study: Undergraduate law programs (excludes online, non-award, offshore delivered programs, and students that defer commencement to 2019).

No application required; all applicants will be assessed to determine eligibility.

Griffith University Bachelor of Laws

Griffith Law School is ranked in the world’s top 100 law schools (QS World University Rankings) and offers a dedicated graduate program for Canadian students pursuing a career in Australia or Canada. The Bachelor of Laws (undergraduate entry) at Griffith University offers a professional legal curriculum that focuses on core areas of legal practice and the legal skills that lawyers must have. You will have the opportunity to choose law electives based on your interests, including clinical courses that emphasise practical legal skills, insights and experience.

Program: Bachelor of Laws
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 4 years
Application deadline: Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply at least three months prior to the program’s start date to allow time for the pre-departure process.

Apply to Griffith University Law School!

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Would you like more information about the Griffith Law School International Student Law Scholarship? Please contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston at shannon@oztrekk.com.

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Griffith University to offer health sciences degrees in Brisbane in 2018

Growing demand for allied health services has translated to growing opportunities for students seeking healthcare careers outside the traditional medicine and dentistry degrees.

The sector is surging, with an ageing population and onset of chronic disease driving patient volumes, and a focus on prevention and new technologies improving outcomes.

Griffith to offer health sciences degrees in Brisbane in 2018

Find out how you can study health sciences at Griffith University

Griffith University has responded by bringing three of its most-respected allied health programs—physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech pathology—to Brisbane for the first time.

Professor Andrea Bialocerkowski, Griffith’s School of Allied Health Services Head, says the new degrees are great news for Brisbane students.

“Griffith has offered these programs on the Gold Coast for many years—we’re certainly not new to the game. From 2018 Brisbane students will benefit directly from our faculty’s experience and industry connectivity,” says Andrea.

Just as allied health professionals collaborate to deliver care, Griffith allied health sciences students undertake interprofessional learning alongside one another.

“Students in these degrees learn with those studying other health degrees such as nutrition and dietetics, exercise physiology, medicine, nursing or pharmacy,” she says.

“Their collaboration provides a practical understanding of how their profession interacts and functions within the sort of multidisciplinary team that deliver healthcare today.”

While all three degrees have the power to change lives, Andrea says each has defining features that may help students choose which is best for them.

Demand for the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy degree is expected to grow with the National Disability Insurance Scheme coming online and the discipline’s emergence in schools and aged care facilities.

“This is a very future-focused degree and includes a focus on entrepreneurship and work-integrated learning that commences in the first trimester of study,” says Andrea.

Andrea says the new Bachelor of Physiotherapy is a streamlined replacement for Griffith University’s highly regarded Master of Physiotherapy, which was offered for almost 20 years.

“The new degree caters for high school leavers and offers an extremely wide clinical placement network, extending from far north Queensland to Tasmania, as well as Griffith’s nationally renowned expertise in simulated learning.”

Master of Speech Pathology students, says Andrea, receive industry placement from their first trimester of study and tackle a curriculum focused on clinical immersion.

“Clinical immersion is a key aspect of the intensive two-year curriculum and students gain exposure to a variety of settings to work with adults and children,” Andrea says.

Are you interested in studying health sciences at Griffith University? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Health Sciences Admissions Officer Heather Brown at heather@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Griffith Law School ranked in the global top 50

Law at Griffith has gained significant recognition in the latest ShanghaiRankings’ Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2017.

Law (which includes criminology in this ranking) came in at number 38 after the ARWU evaluated 4000 universities in 52 subjects across natural sciences, engineering, life sciences, medical sciences and social sciences.

Griffith Law School ranked in the global top 50

Griffith Law School Dean, Professor Pene Mathew (photo: Griffith University)

Griffith Law School Dean Professor Pene Mathew said it was a fantastic result.

“This ranking places Law at Griffith first in Queensland, recognising the high quality of both our researchers and students,’’ she said.

“The ARWU takes into account a range of indicators of quality research, including publications in quality journals and number of citations, thus demonstrating the high quality of legal research at Griffith University.”

Associate Professor Michael Townsley, Head of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, said Criminology at Griffith has long been recognised as one of the best nationally, but the ARWU ranking indicates their strength is recognised internationally.
“The Griffith criminology community has an established international reputation for conducting research on important social problems. Our work has impacted the academic discipline and society in numerous ways, which is reflected in our ranking.”

Research scholarship

Professor Don Anton, Director of the Law Futures Centre at Griffith, said the result reflected the outstanding research produced by legal scholars at the Griffith Law School.

“We are aiming to demonstrate our research is ERA 5 quality—above world-class—and this ranking helps to confirm we are succeeding.”

The university also ranked 101–150 for Social Science, seventh in Australia.

“We are especially pleased with the strong endorsement of our strengths in social science as we have invested strongly in this area across the past decade,” said Professor Paul Mazerolle, Pro Vice Chancellor (Arts, Education & Law).

“This area’s strength positions Griffith to confront many of the social problems and challenges we face as a society.”

Griffith had four disciplines in the top 50 list: Hospitality & Tourism Management ranked 2nd, Nursing ranked 14th, Marine/Ocean Engineering ranked 28th.

The university ranked ninth in Australia for the number of subjects mentioned (30) and had eight subjects featured in the Top 100.

About the Griffith Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry)

The Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry) at Griffith Law School offers a professional legal curriculum that focuses on core areas of legal practice and the legal skills that lawyers must have. You will have the opportunity to choose law electives based on your interests, including clinical courses that emphasise practical legal skills, insights and experience. You can also double your career options, without doubling your study time, by completing a double degree. You’ll study two Griffith degrees simultaneously, giving you the career advantage of a special combination of skills.

  • Laws/Arts
  • Laws/Business
  • Laws/Commerce
  • Laws/Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • Laws/Government and International Relations
  • Laws/International Business
  • Laws/Psychological Science
  • Laws/Science (Environment)

Program: Bachelor of Laws (graduate entry)
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Semester intake: February
Duration: 3 years
Application deadline: Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply at least three months prior to the program’s start date to allow time for the pre-departure process.

Apply to Griffith University Law School!

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Find out more about these information sessions and about studying at Griffith Law School! Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Law Schools Admissions Officer Shannon Tilston at shannon@oztrekk.com.

Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships

If you’re heading to the Griffith School of Dentistry for the 2018 intake, you are invited to apply for a Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarship!

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science Scholarship

Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships

Apply for a Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarship!

For: High-achieving students applying for Bachelor of Dental Health Science program at Griffith University.
Available to: Commencing students in Trimester 1, 2018
Level of study: Undergraduate
Citizenship: Citizens of a country other than Australia or New Zealand
Award value and benefits: $30,000 in total (six tuition payments of $5,000 each trimester for three years)
Duration: Up to six trimesters of study
Applications open: Now!
Applications close: Thursday, November 2, 2017 (outcome by November 24)

Selection Criteria

Scholarship applications will be assessed by a panel on the following criteria:

  • Academic merit – applicants must submit a certified copy of their transcripts demonstrating their strong academic merit
  • An offer – applicant must be in receipt of an offer (conditional or unconditional) prior to the scholarship deadline
  • A personal statement – addressing three questions that outline why the applicant believes he/she deserves the scholarship
  1. Demonstrate (and provide examples of) your knowledge of the profession of dental health science and the broader role of oral health in the health care system.
  2. Demonstrate (and provide examples of) your leadership and teamwork skills and indicate your future career plans.
  3. Outline any challenges you have faced in your education and how you have sought to overcome these challenges.

Studying dentistry at Griffith Dental School

At Griffith University, you’ll be studying at some pretty amazing facilities: state-of-the-art, special-purpose dental facilities and modern laboratories, including a commercial dental lab in a new $150-million purpose-built Griffith Health Centre. You will have the opportunity to undertake community placements in state schools, rural and remote communities and in Indigenous and aged care. Completing Griffith’s Bachelor of Dental Health Science and the two-year Master of Dentistry program provides the education and skills you need to apply for registration as a dentist!

Program: Bachelor of Dental Health Science/Master of Dentistry
Location: Gold Coast, Queensland
Trimester intake: February
Duration: 5 years

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Would you like more info about the Griffith Health Excellence Bachelor of Dental Health Science scholarships? Contact OzTREKK’s Australian Dental Schools Admissions Officer Adam Smith at at adam@oztrekk.com.

Friday, May 5th, 2017

Griffith University promises 2.5% tuition fee cap guarantee

Everyone knows being an international student can get expensive. Griffith University in Queensland, Australia is poised to help: They’ve recently announced a tuition fee cap guarantee for students from 2018.

Griffith University promises 2.5% tuition fee cap guarantee for students from 2018

Griffith announces 2.5% tuition fee cap

For all degree students commencing in 2018, Griffith University is guaranteeing that students’ fees will not increase by more than 2.5% per year for the duration of their program. This is a significant reduction from the previous 7.5%. The 2.5% cap means that Griffith students and sponsors are provided with certainty and confidence regarding the total cost of degree programs.

Significant savings indeed!

Students at Griffith University learn from degrees informed by world-class research and industry connections. Students learn in and out of the classroom, with teaching methods tailored to suit the needs of each degree. Depending on your degree, you might learn through work placements, overseas field trips, industry projects for real clients, or laboratory studies in Griffith’s state-of-the-art facilities.

What are the most popular degrees for Canadian students at Griffith? Here a just a few:

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Would you like more information about how you can study at Griffith University  in Australia? Contact OzTREKK at info@oztrekk.com.