For almost 50 years, Griffith University has been proudly doing things differently
Since 1975, our teaching and research have been focused on addressing the most important social and environmental issues of our time. Today, that mission is as relevant as ever.
Social and environmental responsibility drive everything we do, from pioneering teaching in modern Asian studies and environmental science to our long-time support for First Peoples, social justice and sustainable practices.
Consistently ranking in the top 2 per cent of universities globally, our degrees are designed with industry in mind, the future in our sights, and social impact at heart.
With more than 55,000 students, our community spans five campuses across South East Queensland plus our Digital campus, complemented by a global alumni network of over 200,000 graduates.
We know the world can, and should, be a better place—for everyone. And in helping thousands of different people create a brighter future for themselves, we're doing our part to create a brighter future for all.
Griffith at a glance
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We recognise and respect our First Peoples–Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people–and provide a culturally sensitive environment that promotes reconciliation, education and engagement.