Further your knowledge with the Griffith School of Medicine and Dentistry

Our School is committed to the highest standards of learning and teaching across our diverse academic programs and courses. These include undergraduate and postgraduate programs in dentistry, medicine, dental hygiene, dental technology and dental prosthetics, paramedicine, and public health.

Our focus is on producing competent and compassionate graduates who, through application of knowledge and skills, are able to develop a commitment to service, teamwork, scientific inquiry and lifelong learning.

Dentistry and oral health

Students of Dentistry and Oral Health receive a dynamic learning experience, not only benefitting from the state-of-the-art labs but also from studying alongside registered dentists in real-life settings, ranging from major city hospitals to small rural clinics.

Programs are fully accredited by the Australian Dental Council for registration as a health professional by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, and recognised by the Commission on Dental Education of Canada for registration as a dentist and by New Zealand’s Dental Council via Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition.


Graduates of our program will normally be eligible for limited registration and will receive full registration by Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency when they've successfully completed a subsequent one-year internship in the Australian hospital system. Our medicine graduates are primed for multiple opportunities and ready to make a positive impact to the health outcomes of our communities.


Demand for paramedics in South-East Queensland and Northern New South Wales currently exceeds supply and is expected to continue to do so in the foreseeable future. Our ageing population and the general population growth in these regions, plus projected expanded scope-of-practice for paramedics, will continue to drive the need for increased ambulance services.

Public Health

Public health and health promotion aims to understand and act on factors that cause poor health, and those that create and sustain good health. Professionals in the sector operate on the basis that prevention is better than cure, focusing on the systems and practices that shape the health of nations, communities, individuals and the environments in which we live, work and play.

Student clothing / instruments

Estimated yearly costings for all Dentistry Programs

Griffith Dental Clinics

Our students learn from leading academics at the forefront of their chosen field. We have clinics in Dentistry, as well as Exercise Physiology, Dietetics, Physiotherapy, Psychology, Social Work, Speech Pathology and Suicide Prevention.

Griffith Credentials

A new way to share your skills, knowledge and accomplishments. Griffith Credentials provide you with a digital version of your qualifications and capabilities. Digital badges symbolise your achievements in a way that can be displayed, accessed, verified and shared online.

Fit for Professional Practice

Take action now to complete Professional Practice requirements to ensure that you are ready for professional practice activities, including placements. Our Fit for Professional Practice site provides detailed information on these requirements.

International Students

Griffith is committed to helping international students make the most of their time in Australia by providing quality education, guidance and support.


Over 600 scholarships are available to new and continuing students. You could be eligible for different scholarships based on your background, chosen study area, hardships you’ve experienced or your achievements so far.

Interprofessional Learning

Increasingly, health and community service professionals work in interprofessional teams. Griffith has developed a framework with the bold goal of ensuring that all health professional graduates from Griffith University will be fully competent for collaborative interprofessional practice.

Associations to join

Students have the opportunity to join various student-body associations and external associations.

GUMS - Griffith University Medicine Society Griffith University Medicine Society (GUMS) is a not-for-profit incorporated association representing medical students from Griffith University

Hope4HealthHope4Health is a non-profit organisation and registered charity founded by Griffith University students in 2006.

SURGIA - Griffith Surgical Interest AssociationThe Surgical Interest Association Inc. (SURGIA) is a not-for-profit incorporated organisation bringing together surgically-inclined medical students, junior doctors, and senior consultants from South East Queensland and beyond.

GPS - Griffith Paramedicine Student SocietyGPS - The Griffith Paramedic Society aims to provide both social and educational opportunities to members to enhance the learning of our future Griffith University paramedic graduates.

Australian Dental AssociationAs a student member you are entitled to attend meetings, receive publications, and other membership services. There is no fee for Student Membership of the ADA.

Australian Dental Prosthetist AssociationThe ADPA is the peak professional body representing dental prosthetists in Australia. There is no fee for Student Membership of the ADAP.

Oral Health Professionals AssociationThe Oral Health Professionals Association is the custodian for the Dental Technology profession in Australia. There is no fee for Student Membership of OHPA.