Study to suit you

Blended & Online

Blended & Online

Why study at Griffith College?

Award-winning study mode

Finalist, Best Online Learning Experience: Education Awards 2018; Winner, Best Online Learning Experience: Education Awards 2019; Finalist, Best Use of Educational Technology: Education Awards 2020

Independent study

Students often develop independence and motivation by working in their own time at their own pace.

Study where you like

Busy, geographically dispersed and mature students have more control over their schedules, avoiding the hassle of a daily commute.

Support on and off-campus

Students experience the personal engagement and support of interacting with their lecturers and classmates while benefiting from the flexibility of online delivery.

Best of both worlds

Because you’re still on campus once a month, you get to enjoy Griffith’s facilities and extracurriculars, as well as the sense of community with others in your course.

What Our Students & Alumni Say

We followed up with some of our current and past students to see what a difference their course at Griffith College has made to them.

Nicola Hutchinson

The blended nature of the course gave me the best of both worlds. The flexibility of the online material allowed me to balance my studies with working and raising a family, while the small class size in on-campus tutorials fostered a real sense of familiarity with my fellow students and lecturers. I would recommend this course to anybody looking to further their education but hesitant to pursue a degree through the traditional route.

Nicola Hutchinson Blended BA (Hons) in Business Studies
Conor Nolan

It’s the only way I could have earned a degree while still progressing in my career. By the time I finish, I’ll have a level 8 Bachelors in Business and years of experience in a global marketing company. It would have taken me seven years to achieve what I’ve gotten in four.

Conor Nolan Blended BA (Hons) in Business Studies
Sara Donohue

To me studying through blended learning is similar to writing. For the most part, it’s just me and my laptop, there’s no one reminding me to get the work done or of impending deadlines. I think self-motivation, determination, focus and good time management are important when considering studying through blended learning.

Sara Donohue Blended BA (Hons) in Business Studies

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