Nursing, education, criminology and criminal justice, pharmacy, aviation, engineering, marine science, international tourism and hotel management, design, and law were among some of Griffith’s most popular degrees. Griffith’s Bachelor of Medical science, an accelerated pathway to the Doctor of Medicine designed for high achieving Year 12 graduates, was again the State’s most competitive degree, while new degrees for 2019 in areas such as creative industries, data science and construction management, were also attractive options for applicants.
“Griffith is truly a remarkable place to study, and I’m excited to welcome new students across our six campuses, including our rapidly growing Digital campus, in 2019,” said Professor Debra Henly, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic).
“Through our employability initiatives, including internships and projects with real industry clients, and innovative learning spaces, we’re committed to preparing our students for the digital, global jobs of the future.”
“We also understand the increasing need for flexible options to help university students balance study with work and other commitments. In 2017, we introduced our trimester teaching calendar, and in 2019, we will continue to build on our online study options to allow students to study when and where is convenient for them,” Professor Henly said.
To secure their place, applicants are encouraged to accept their offer and enrol now. Find out more about key dates for the 2018/2019 admission period.