All you need to know about studying online

Whether you’re balancing work, family or just life in general, we understand that study isn’t your one and only commitment. That’s exactly why our online degrees have been developed to be flexible and to ensure you can fit study into your busy schedule. We’ve heard through the grapevine that you would like to know more about online courses, how they work and want your questions answered. So, we listened!

As technology expands and changes, so too does the nature of education and the demands of students. Online advances are modifying the way in which we live and work, therefore, we believe it’s important that your study keeps up with this evolution; working for and around you. After introducing our digital campus, we now see more than 40% of our cohort choosing to study at least one subject online.


 What is an online degree?

Griffith’s online degrees (over 100 to be exact) allow you to connect and learn when it suits you; anywhere, anytime, with dedicated virtual resources and support.  When you study online, you have access to expert knowledge from award-winning academics. You will learn the same content, from the same academics, however just at a location that suits you. All of our courses have dedicated discussion boards and live online tutorials where you can connect with your fellow students and academics to discuss a lesson, share ideas and build your networks; an extremely supportive environment. Of course, even if you choose to study online, you can absolutely still come to campus to take advantage of all the great facilities we have to offer.


Who am I in contact with while I study?
You’ll be part of our online community with more than 11,000 students through our digital campus. You will have an array of dedicated student support and services whilst completing your online study. Not only will you have access to the library, learning tools, student support advisers and IT help, you’ll also benefit from peer learning, group collaboration and connect with a community of like-minded students and staff.


What are Griffith’s types of online studying and how flexible can you be?


Want to know more?  

Head over to the Study Online at Griffith webpage to read all about our online learning.

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