Facilitating broad-based research within a global learning and teaching environment
As a leading knowledge-based institution throughout the Asia–Pacific, the Griffith Sciences Group takes pride in its ongoing global contributions to the higher education sector. Such wide-ranging and purposeful exposure ensures an inherent capability to not only influence young minds, but to also guide, instruct and assist public and private enterprise, the environment, related economies and society in general. Learning and teaching remains consistent with our research achievements, where students within our Schools have unfettered access to industry-leading researchers and teaching staff.
The work-integrated learning program provides direct access to talented students in science, environment, engineering and technology.
WIL is a work-integrated learning program that integrates undergraduate and postgraduate students into the workplace through completing an industry based project.
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Committed to seeing graduates equipped for future opportunities, with industry inroads continually being achieved by students, graduates and researchers alike. Be guided by Griffith’s leading international engineering, aviation, and architecture specialists.
School of Environment and Science
Griffith's School of Environment and Science maintains an illustrious research position across numerous industry sectors which guides and informs its learning and teaching charter.
School of Information and Communication Technology
Global research expertise in industries relating to big data, coding, app development and cyber security ensures an overriding enterprise and initiative in study program development and delivery.
Vice Chancellor's 2017 Griffith University Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Associate Professor Sarah Cresswell, who was named Vice Chancellor's 2017 Griffith University Teacher of the Year.
A leading scholar of learning and teaching in her discipline, Sarah is currently Program Director of the Bachelor of Forensic Science/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice program. Sarah led the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) accreditation of forensic chemistry majors within Forensic Science.
Outstanding teaching reputation
Emphasis on building a sustainable future
World leading researchers
Increased opportunities for work placement
A bright future for STEM graduates
January 17, 2019
Conference explores professional futures
The challenges and opportunities facing today’s professions will be examined at a Griffith University conference at South Bank in February.
January 16, 2019
Birds could be key in reducing spread of Ross River virus
Researcher digs deeper into how virus is spread and suppressed by our wildlife.
January 15, 2019
Listening in on wildlife to aid Murray Darling wetlands
Griffith researcher eavesdrops on ecosystems to monitor wetland restoration outcomes via water allocations.