With a network of 200,000 graduates from 130 nationalities, Griffith University is known for its high-impact research, outstanding student experience, commitment to social justice and welcoming environment.
Griffith was created to be a different kind of university — challenging conventions, responding to trends and pioneering solutions.
Its future-focused degrees are developed in consultation with industry, based on cutting-edge research, and taught by Australia’s most awarded teachers. It offers over 200 undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees across all disciplines.
Over 1,700 experts conduct research across all major academic disciplines, with the 2015 Excellence in Research for Australia results highlight Griffith’s performance at world standard or above across more than 50 different disciplines. Researchers are well connected and collaborative, with over 5,000 national partners and over 200 international research agreements.
The university is widely acknowledged for its strengths in health and boasts the $150m state-of-the-art Griffith Health Centre, home to the Menzies Health Institute Queensland (which includes almost 750 researchers and research students), as well as the world-leading Institute for Glycomics, with 200 researchers and more than 100 million in research funding since opening, and which currently has a promising Malaria vaccine in human clinical trials.