For almost 50 years, Griffith University has been working to create a brighter future for all.
It pioneered degrees in fields such as modern Asian studies and environmental science, and has been committed to inclusivity, social justice and sustainable practices since it first opened its doors.
In service of its dedication to a better tomorrow, Griffith’s teaching and research draws together a network of disciplines and partners working to solve today’s most significant social, cultural and environmental challenges.
The University offers more than 200 industry-relevant undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees. Studying at Griffith provides unique, global opportunities in business, medicine, dentistry and health, education, law, sciences, humanities, and the creative arts. Across these fields, Griffith graduates are known for being ethically sophisticated and socially engaged.
Ranked in the top two per cent of universities worldwide, the University features prominently in national teaching awards and citations. Counted among the world’s top 300 by several major annual university rankings, Griffith also rates highly as a young university, appearing regularly in the QS Top 50 Under 50 university rankings and Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.
In the most recent Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) results, Griffith was rated at world standard or above in 59 specific fields of research, 20 of which were rated at the highest possible standard. Although its people and projects are diverse, the University is unified by its strong values, collaborative culture, and belief that its activities should benefit people everywhere.