The International Student Academic Merit Scholarship rewards high achieving international students
applying for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs at Griffith University.
20% of tuition fees
Valid for your whole degree
Level of study
Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework programs
Trimester 3 2020, or Trimester 1, 2 or 3 2021
To be eligible you must:
- Be a citizen of a country other than Australia or New Zealand.
- Have a minimum GPA in previous studies of 5.0 to 5.49 on a 7 point scale or equivalent.
- Satisfy all academic and English language entry requirements for your chosen undergraduate or postgraduate coursework program.
- Be a full-time student starting in either Trimester 3 2020, or Trimester 1, 2 or 3 2021.
Ongoing enrolment requirements
- Students must be enrolled full-time (40CP) to receive the tuition fee deduction, unless credit prevents full-time enrolment.
- Students must remain enrolled in the program for which the scholarship offer was made, which is stated on the Letter of Offer issued by Griffith International Admissions.
- Should a student withdraw or cancel for any reason, the scholarship amount is non-refundable.
- To maintain scholarship eligibility, students must pass all the requirements for each trimester of studies and successfully progress on to enrol in the next trimester. A minimum cumulative GPA of 5.0 to 5.49 on a 7 point scale or equivalent grading scale must be maintained to qualify for each tuition fee deduction in the following trimester of enrolment.
Please contact AMET consultants for more information.
Griffith University ranks among the world’s best universities and continue to improve their international standing. In the largest and most credible world university rankings, Griffith University is ranked in the top 350 – placing us in the top 2% worldwide.
- Times Higher Education Young University- 30th
- Hospitality and Tourism Management- 3rd globally, 1st Australia
- Nursing and Midwifery- 2nd globally, 1st Australia
THE THIRD TRIMESTER
There are three trimesters per academic calendar year, each with a 12 week teaching period.
The previous Academic Calendar was based on two compulsory semesters of study per year, with the option of completing Summer Semester during the end of year break.
The two compulsory semesters included 13 weeks of teaching.
The new trimester model provides some students with the option to accelerate their study and complete their degree sooner.
Depending on the program, trimesters also offer some students greater flexibility to balance work, study and lifestyle commitments.
Some students may also have program structures which may allow for a lighter workload and enable them to spread their units of study across the 3 trimesters.