Griffith University Elite Athlete Program
Elite athletes applying to Griffith University can apply for the Elite Athlete Program and may receive an adjustment to their OP score or ranking. Visit the Griffith University website for details.
For students applying to Griffith University via QTAC, application for the program is integrated into the QTAC application.
To qualify for the Griffith University Elite Athlete Program, you must currently be an athlete, coach or referee with an Australian Sports Commission (ASC) recognised sport and meet one or more of the following criteria:
- You’re in a state development squad or team.
- You’re in a state team or an individual competing in national level competitions.
- You’re in a national development squad or team.
- You’re in a national team or an individual competing in international competitions.
In addition to completing this form, applicants who are not with the Queensland Academy of Sport will also need to provide an official letter signed by their coach, team manager or sporting organisation, or email from same, which details their team and squad selections and highest level of representation achieved in their sport.
Eligible students applying through QTAC for an undergraduate course may receive an adjustment of up to three OPs (or six ranks).
In addition to possible adjustments, students could receive other support from Griffith University including scholarships. Visit the Griffith University website for information.
QTAC will assess the application and supporting documentation and apply the relevant adjustment. Griffith University will then contact you with further information.
If you receive a Griffith University offer, once you enrol at Griffith University and receive your student number, you can apply for the Griffith University Elite Athlete Program to get further support and benefits to help you study successfully.
If you are not meeting the entry requirements for your desired Griffith University course and need more information about the best pathway into Griffith University, please contact Griffith University for advice.