|University Location||Gold Coast, Queensland|
|Int'l Student Population||8,500|
|Main Campus||Gold Coast|
|Program Campus||Gold Coast or Brisbane|
|Program Duration||2 years|
|Estimated Annual Tuition||$43,500 AUD (2020 fees; subject to increase)|
|Next Available Intake||February 2020|
|Application Deadline||January 30, 2020*|
|International Places||approx 5 – 8 (40 total)|
The speech pathology program at Griffith University is located in their $150-million, purpose-built Griffith Health Centre, which is part of an exciting Health and Knowledge Precinct that also incorporates the new $1.76-billion Gold Coast University Hospital.
The Griffith Health Centre includes a range of clinics, including a speech pathology clinic where you will work with qualified clinicians to treat patients.
The Master of Speech Pathology program fosters research literacy, enhancing the your ability to respond effectively to the changing nature of professional knowledge and practice, and ensuring you have the skills to provide quality services throughout your professional life.
As a student in the Griffith Master of Speech Pathology program, you will commence clinical placements from the beginning of the program, which means you will be able to apply what your are learning immediately in a clinical setting.
Griffith Health collaborates with a wide range of service providers in southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales to ensure you have the best clinical placement opportunities.
You will learn through a problem-based curriculum, through active learning in small groups, and through practical work placements that facilitate the integration of theory and practice. As a speech pathologist, you will be equipped to work in a wide range of health and educational settings and will develop research literacy and enhance your ability to respond to changes and provide quality services throughout your career.
1. Completed bachelor’s degree
You must have completed an undergraduate degree (not in speech pathology and not more than 10 years prior) with a minimum GPA of 5/7 at the time of application. While prerequisite study areas are not required, desirable areas include psychology, health science, public health, medical science, human services, education, and linguistics.
You must have a satisfactory performance in an interview with a speech pathology academic staff member.
There are a limited number of places available and selection for admission is competitive; therefore, meeting eligibility criteria will not guarantee selection for admission. University-level study of desired knowledge areas will also be considered.
*While the application deadline for the 2020 intake is January 30, 2020, you are encouraged to apply as early as possible in order to provide time for the acceptance and predeparture processes should you receive an offer.