Trimesters replaced semesters in 2017, and the first of three 12-week teaching periods commenced Feb. 27.
Griffith is the first Brisbane-based university to offer the trimester structure. So, what does this mean for you?
“Universities need to deliver flexible learning options more than ever before,” Professor Debra Henly, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic), said.
“Our new structure will allow students in many degrees greater flexibility to balance work and study by spreading their workload across three trimesters, or to accelerate and complete a standard three-year degree in two years.”
In many programs, students will also be able to commence their studies in Trimester 2 starting on July 3 or Trimester 3 commencing on Oct. 30.
The introduction of trimesters is a part of a suite of teaching innovations that Griffith University is implementing in 2017, focusi…