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By partnering with government, industry, schools and the wider community, we increase the impact that our students, graduates and research make.
We offer a variety of ways to engage programs to deliver and opportunities for co-creation.
If you are interested in partnering with Griffith University, please contact us to explore your ideas.
$130 million of commercial engagements by Griffith researchers for industry
300,000 people have experienced science on the go! activities since 2006
Griffith Health Clinics and students delivery 60,000+ occasions of service per year
16,000 active and accredited employers engaged via Careers and Employment Service
Industry Success Stories
Film students score internship on new SBS series
10 Jan 2019
Two Griffith Film School students have scored an exclusive internship on the set of a new SBS TV...
South Bank internship fosters industry collaboration
13 Dec 2018
Students at Griffith’s South Bank campus are gaining hands-on, practical experience alongside...
Griffith filmmakers scoop awards
11 Dec 2018
Griffith Film School has landed two major wins at the prestigious Australian Teachers of Media...
New ACRF centre in Compounds Australia at Griffith to benefit from $2m grant
29 Nov 2018
Governor-General bestows $2 million grant to fund a transformative compound management platform...
Film legend delivers lecture at Griffith
27 Nov 2018
One of the most celebrated figures in world cinema, Oscar-winning producer Lord David Puttnam CBE,...
Factual filmmaking on the fly
27 Nov 2018
Five filmmakers. Five scientists. Three days to write, shoot and edit a film. Welcome to the...
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Each year Griffith University and its partners provide more than $40 million to support new and continuing students successfully complete their degrees through direct financial support.