Benefit from our powerful partnerships
We maintain strong relationships with schools and industry partners. You'll have the opportunity to engage with experts who are moving education forward in priority areas, including teaching literacy and developing teachers as researchers.
We offer support, networking opportunities and professional development for teachers. The Professional Development days we host are not only engaging, information and interactive, but provide the knowledge within industry to share with their students. A certificate of participation is awarded to each teacher as evidence of their professional development.
Professional Development Network
The PDN provides leading and provocative educational leadership opportunities for you and your staff. It is for School Leaders and Aspiring Leaders from all regions, sectors and types of schools and provides a wonderful platform to network with purpose.
Professional Learning Hub
Our Professional Learning Hub (PL Hub) gives you exclusive access to the School of Education and Professional Studies. With a range of features the PL Hub is your one stop shop for your Professional Learning needs. Our tailored professional learning partnerships focus on what's important to you and your team.
Teacher Education Industry Advisory Group
The overall aim of TEIAG is to ensure that key stakeholders from the teaching profession actively collaborate from the point of initial conception in the design to delivery and evaluation of learning programs within the School of Education and Professional Studies.
Arrange a campus tour, attend one of our workshops, or come along to Experience Day
High school and community opportunities
Year 10-12 students
Experience days offer a great way to get a feel of University life and focus on the areas of study you are interested in. You will meet lecturers and staff from your area of interest, as well as like-minded students from other schools. Hurry, book now so you don't miss out.
Year 12 students
This program offers the opportunity for students to sample university life by allowing them to study a single course (subject) at university while attending semester one or two of year 12. They also gain credit toward an degree and are guaranteed entry into Griffith.
Year 11 and 12
The Uni-Reach program aims to give students at selected Brisbane, Logan and Gold Coast secondary schools assistance in improving their academic performance to gain entry to Griffith. Students are selected with the support of principals, teachers and guidance officers.
Campus tours and school visits
Year 8-12 students
Our Student Recruitment team can provide an interactive presentation to get students thinking about tertiary education and life after high school. Alternatively, guided campus tours can be arranged at each of our physical campuses