Ranking alongside world’s best
The Department continues to cement it’s place among the world’s best with great results in the latest ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects, where Griffith placed second in the world for Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Further, in the annual 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject, Griffith ranked number one in Australia and 11th globally for Hospitality and Leisure Management.
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management is a multi-award winning provider of degrees in the fields of event management, real estate and property development, international tourism and hotel management, and sport management.
The Department attracts the nation's largest student cohort in hotel and tourism related degrees. Accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business are further testimony to the quality of degrees on offer.
Griffith University 2019 Strata Title Conference: Rise
Our cities are growing, and the strata industry must continuously evolve to meet demands around effective governance and management, technological developments and to ensure the health and wellbeing of our people. This year's Conference will bring together diverse individuals, government agencies and professions servicing the strata title sector and explore innovative ideas and business strategies to tackle complex social, environmental, legal, and built urban form challenges.
Work Integrated Learning opportunities
The Department offers a range of internship opportunities and partnership with students and industry, in the disciplines of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management.
It is reasonable to expect that our home is constructed in a manner that, at the very least, is stable, safe, sheltered and fit for purpose. Unfortunately, new residential buildings in Australia appear to be plagued with defects. In the multi-owned property environment, those that govern (the owners corporation and its committee) and manage these buildings can be significantly impacted due to the complexities associated with rectifying defects.
Find out more in Associate Professor Sacha Reid's examination of building defects in residential properties.
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The University scored in 32 subject areas ranked by the organisation, up four from 2018.