Despite all the challenges, there is still good news to report. Griffith did exceptionally well in the 2019 survey results for the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching Student Experience – the survey which compares the experiences of recent graduates from Australian universities. The survey results placed Griffith seventh in Australia for Overall Quality of student experience, in the top five public universities and the top public university in Queensland. Significantly, this positions Griffith University sixth in Australia for students’ satisfaction with Teaching Quality. As you know, Griffith has a proud history of outstanding teaching and we are taking that spirit with us as we move online.
I am also pleased to let you know that Griffith Business School’s MBA program maintained its Tier One position in the CEO Magazine’s 2020 Global MBA rankings, one of just 11 Australian universities to receive the accolade. The Griffith online MBA was ranked fourth in Australia and 16th globally.
During these times that present us with new challenges on so many levels - both professionally and personally - my thoughts are with you and your families. We are looking forward to finding new and inventive ways of staying connected with you in coming months.
Vice Chancellor and President