Why study at Griffith?
Why study at Griffith?
Griffith University’s first campus opened in 1975 with 451 enrolled students. Today they are a multi-campus university offering vibrant, relevant and internationally focused degrees to more than 43,000 students from over 130 countries. It’s why in 2014 QS World University Rankings® 2014/15 Griffith was ranked among the top 5% of all universities, and among the top 50 universities under 50, worldwide.
- 5 southeast Queensland campuses
- Ranked among the top 5% of all universities, and among the top 50 universities under 50, worldwide
- More than $320 million in campus developments
- Australia’s number one teacher 2014
- 5 stars for graduate employability
Griffith study areas
Griffith is a comprehensive university, offering more than 200 undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees across all disciplines.
Griffith University has a long history of providing innovative degrees that meet the ever-changing needs of students, industry and the community. Griffith introduced the first Asian studies, environmental science, forensic science, aviation, Australian Indigenous arts, dental technology and suicide-prevention degrees in Australia. They are also a pioneer in online education and progressive teaching methods.
- Griffith Medical School
- Griffith Dental School
- Griffith Physiotherapy School
- Griffith Pharmacy School
- Griffith Speech Pathology School
- Griffith Business School
- Griffith Environmental Sciences
- Griffith Engineering and IT
- Griffith Law School
- Griffith Architecture School
- Griffith Sciences
- Griffith Nursing School
- Griffith Teachers College
- Griffith Public Health School
- Griffith Health Sciences
At Griffith, students learn in new teaching spaces designed to inspire creativity, promote collaboration and encourage innovation. Students have the opportunity to enhance their learning through work placements, overseas field trips, clinical education, industry projects for real clients, or laboratory studies in our state-of-the-art facilities.
The university also introduced blended learning initiatives, library workshops and training, and dedicated student success advisors to empower students to find the knowledge needed to achieve their goals. Through Griffith’s work-integrated learning programs, students put what they learn in the classroom into practice and gain industry skills and knowledge.