Be guided by Griffith’s leading international engineering, aviation and architecture specialists
Griffith’s School of Engineering and Built Environment is committed to seeing graduates equipped for future opportunities, with industry inroads continually being achieved by students, graduates and researchers alike.
Study offerings include Australia’s first ever environmental engineering degree, the World’s first online aviation degree and combined engineering/aviation double degree, plus this country’s number one architecture program as rated by the Good Universities Guide 2017/2018.
We have Australia's most highly recognised Aviation program
Over the past twenty years we have built an international reputation for graduates that are industry ready through our innovative approach to aviation education. Griffith works closely with industry to develop degrees to meet the needs of business now and into the future. Our industry advisory board serves as an external guide to strengthen links with industry, and to gain insight into new trends within the marketplace.
Offering Year 11-12 students the experience of a university engineering course whilst completing their senior studies
Aviation has always been a big part of life for brothers Lachlan, Ethan and Tasman Barr, who grew up with their father as pilot.
All three brothers are currently studying Griffith’s Bachelor of Aviation degree with soon to be graduate, Lachlan, receiving a cadetship with Virgin Australia. First year student, Tasman, said seeing Lachlan get the virgin cadetship gives him confidence in the Griffith degree. ‘I see that it will open up pathways for my future in aviation.’
Learn about construction and building practices, developing a rigorous understanding of construction law and ethics, business management, construction economics, and property development in a global context.
Explore the core research and innovation happening within the School of Engineering and Built Environment
The work-integrated learning program provides direct access to talented students in science, environment, engineering and technology.
WIL integrates undergraduate and postgraduate students into the workplace through completing an industry based project.
Civil Engineering at Griffith University
New book highlights important role of the ‘third place’
03 Jul 2019
Outside of the home and workplace, third places offer social health and well-being benefits.
Partnership builds community capacity for clean, renewable power after Cyclone...
25 Jun 2019
Researchers train Vanuatu school students and staff in off-grid renewable power systems.
Research highlights potential solutions to looming solar panel waste crisis
19 Jun 2019
Griffith engineers examine barriers to managing solar panel waste and how to improve it.
Griffith’s STEM Roadshow bound for Mackay & Rockhampton
27 May 2019
STEM Roadshow heads north.