How to apply
Can I apply?
To be eligible for an offer of admission made through Open Universities Australia for a Commonwealth Supported Place at Griffith University, an applicant must:
- meet the criteria for a domestic Australian student
- be applying for admission to one of the following programs:
- 1023 - Bachelor of Arts
- 1245 - Bachelor of Communication
- 1383 - Bachelor of Business
- 1384 - Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice
- 1401 - Bachelor of Business Information Systems
- have completed at least four OUA undergraduate units or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 4.0 (refer to the Graded Degree Schedule for information about converting your GPA to a rank).
What is the application process?
How to apply
There are no entry requirements or quotas for open learning study.
Students are required to enrol in individual units of study through Open Universities Australia:
Students are also required to complete a registration form and pay a (non-refundable) application fee at the time of submitting the form. While there is no immediate requirement for students to register in this program, students are recommended to register in order to receive advice on credit, unit selection and award eligibility. Please visit the following website for further information:
Note: This program is not available to International students for study in Australia on a student visa.
This program is not available to International students for study in Australia on a student visa.
Can I apply for credit?
Credit for prior learning
Griffith University awards credit for prior learning. Prior learning may relate to previous study undertaken at Griffith, another University, a training organisation or TAFE.
For further information, please visit the following website prior to registering in any units of study:
To assist with your application, Griffith's Credit Precedent Database will give you a guide to the credit that you may be entitled to by listing equivalent courses in which the University has previously awarded credit.