We encourage parents and guardians to explore the supportive, academic environment we offer at Griffith College. With our smaller class sizes, we ensure that each student builds a good rapport with their lecturers and is fully supported throughout their studies.
The Griffith community equips its students with both theoretical and soft skills to prepare them for the world of work. Upon completing an undergraduate programme at Griffith College, our students are best placed for employment in a future-focused environment. Many of our graduates have gone on to secure high-level positions across numerous successful companies. Explore our Alumni Profiles or our Spotlight On Alumni podcast to learn more.
Griffith acknowledges the range of challenges that students can face when trying to balance study, examinations, part-time jobs and an active social life. Therefore, we have a number of supports in the College that address the mental health and well being of our students, social activities to build friendships and we provide both a dedicated Careers Officer and a Learning Support Officer, to enable students to reach their full potential.
As a first-year student in the College, your son or daughter will receive an induction programme which will introduce them to the College campus, their lecturers and others in their course. Induction is intended to make the students more familiar with their new environment and highlight for them the range of supports on campus. They will also have an opportunity at this time to meet the College's Student Union Officers.
Our dedicated Admissions officers are available Monday to Friday from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. to answer any questions you may have. If you have a query about a particular course, let us know and we can get an answer for you.