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Went through high school applications process. Applied for two other universities. This degree costs around 3000 dollars AUS per semester for four years. Got accepted to this college first and only out of the three. Finished high school (grade 12) with an OP 16 which was enough for below the required score of two of the three universities. It is a large university with a large business program so for the business side of the degree there is over 300 students.
Griffith’s admission process is an extremely easy process and reasonable with admission scores. Admission fees were on the lower end compared to other universities - and has amazing opportunities to meet others currently working in the Psychology field. Griffith’s admission process found to be one of the easiest.
Griffith is the only college who provide the pathway program which allows international students to opt nursing. The pathway program is studying diploma in healthcare to bachelor of nursing degree. I came to know about this course from Griffith college student ambassador. I only have academic background of year 12 with 65%.
Its a nice quiet uni in the woods. It's a beautiful campus. The courses are understanding and at my pace. The community is international and very queer-friendly. Griffith uni has nice classes with recorded lectures and workshops. I also did a biomedical science degree. The lecturers listen to students.
This college has a very good 2d animation program in comparison to other universities. Many other universities focus on just 3d animation which is not relevant to what I wish to do. Also, the possible networking to do at an art college campus was an advantage.
The entry level was easy to achieve for the degree I wanted, had really good reports from past students. It has great teaching staff for the subjects with a ton of real-world experience and offers a lot of practical elements to go with the theory. Also has pretty decent and cheap accommodation.
I was from a different state where the closest uni didn't offer my chosen degree, Griffith came and had an info day and I really liked the values and the location to move to.