Our collaborations deliver cutting-edge, practical solutions that make a positive and lasting difference
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
Griffith University’s partnership with Platinum Asset Management rewards...
16 May 2019
Financial Planning event awards high-achieving students with scholarships and looks to the future...
Griffith in the spotlight at Brisbane Art Design Festival
09 May 2019
Aspiring artists can join a series of free weekend workshops at the QCA as part of the Brisbane Art...
Griffith supports public innovation as major sponsor of 2019 BiiG Conference
08 May 2019
The two-day event will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre this October.
The sound of healing
30 Apr 2019
The act of listening can help Indigenous prisoners reconnect with their culture and benefit their...
Meet the Griffith grad with the big vision for Bleach* Festival
24 Apr 2019
Griffith Film School alumnus Alex Podger is part of a team of award-winning Griffith creatives...
Uncovering the hidden fabric of war
18 Apr 2019
Twentieth century warfare was fueled by steel, gunpowder and ready food supplies. We can add wool...
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Find ways to connect and engage our students, graduates and alumni by taking an intern, becoming a mentor or offering paid employment.
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.