Which college or university suits you best? And what’s the best way to maximise your outcome and minimise your expense all whilst having the best possible experience? How do you navigate a complex, variable applications process?
It’s that time of year again – US university admission application deadlines are upon us. Regular decision applications have deadlines from 30 November and depending on the institution can flow well into the New Year.
Students submitting applications will commence their studies in the US in August 2018 which provides a well deserved break or a ‘mini – gap year’.
Students will need to apply to an array of academically competitive institutions, often referred to as target, reach and safety institutions.
When determining which institution(s) to include in your short list, ensure you review the respective admission statistics of the most recent freshman class. This can act as a guide in determining which institutions you are most likely to be offered a place based on your application credentials.
While every institution has a different list of college-specific requirements, the general application information (for the Common App) will remain constant for all institutions on your list.
Students will be asked to list your high school grades and courses, along with your activities, entrance exam scores and exam dates, and parent or legal guardian information. Get a head start and save yourself time by collecting this information before you fill out the application.
Further information can be found on the following sites:
Scholarships at Griffith – Applications still open for most scholarships!
With almost 700 scholarships available, offering up to $40 million in financial support for students, we can help make study at university easier. Check out our range of scholarships to find out what your future student might be eligible for. Students can apply for multiple scholarships with just one easy online application.
Applications open for 2018
Griffith Business School offers a suite of scholarships, prizes and awards to support and encourage students in their study endeavours. This year alone, the School will have awarded over $1.1 million in scholarships and prizes.
Scholarships aren’t just for OP 1 students. Talk to us today about finding a scholarship that’s right for you in 2018.
Griffith Sports College
Griffith Sports College supports elite athletes to balance the demands of high performance sport and study. We support more than 450 elite athletes to devote time to training and competition while they complete their tertiary studies. If you are an elite athlete looking to study at Uni, you can complete the application form on our Sports College website.
27 November — 15 December, Cost $450
If you are graduating from Year 12 and have not completed Maths B, or feel you may not be successful in completing the course and require it as a pre-requisite or as pre-assumed knowledge for entry into your chosen degree, you may like to consider enrolling in a 3-week Maths B Bridging Course with Griffith University.
Direct Entry Program
The Direct Entry Program is designed for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders seeking to undertake tertiary studies at Griffith University. Potential students apply online and are interviewed by GUMURRII SSU staff, enabling applicants to be assessed on any formal qualifications, life experiences and other transferable skills that support an enrolment application.
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