“These can range from Merit scholarships, based on a student’s academic excellence, to Sports scholarships for elite athletes to Equity scholarships which are aimed at assisting students from challenging backgrounds who might need just that bit of extra assistance to complete their University degree.
“Visitors should look for the Scholarships booth at Open Day.
“The range of scholarships cover all areas whether it be business or health, law, education, sciences, the arts and humanities.”
The annual Open Day on August 10 runs from 9am to 2pm at Griffith’s South Bank, Nathan and Gold Coast campuses.
Information will be available on all Griffith degrees and courses. Entertainment includes music, live interviews, stilt walkers and a Chinese lion dance. There is also a giant 5m touch screen available for for use for the first time in Griffith’s new Visitors Centres at Gold Coast and Nathan campuses. Griffith is ranked among the top two universities in Queensland and among the top five percent in the world, according to leading indices such as the Academic Ranking of World Universities and the QS Rankings.
People travelling to the Gold Coast Open Day on Sunday can do so for free on the new G:Link light rail. Simply see a TransLink customer liaison officer in a Griffith red shirt at all northbound platforms on the route between 8.30am and 1pm for your special free pass to Open Day. The free tickets are limited so get in early.