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We offer our undergraduate, postgraduate and double degree programs at the Nathan and Gold Coast campuses, as well as online.
Our students learn from world experts in their fields, including winners of national research and teaching awards.
We play a major role in education and training for federal and state governments, and work closely with industry organisations and community services to provide insights into contemporary issues.
Our new Bachelor of Arts offers 14 study areas to choose from, and the freedom to combine the two that most interest you – from public relations and politics to history, creative writing, criminal justice and beyond.
Areas of study:
- Creative writing and Literature
- Journalism, Public Relations and communication
- Social Sciences
More internships, more opportunities We provide more industry internships than any other Queensland university. Through our extensive internships program, you’ll hone your skills and gain your own industry contacts, giving you a head start when you set out on your career.
*Kris Crane completed internships with The Courier-Mail and mX through the Griffith Journalism internship program before successfully applying for the News Ltd graduate program. He received one of only eight such positions available in Queensland.
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'What you should know about the Muslim World' with Associate Professor of Islam-West Relations, Halim Rane.