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We focus on innovation and creating smarter solutions for the future.
Our strong links with industry inform our engineering and IT degrees, which span civil, electrical, environmental, mechanical and software engineering, as well as computer science, business information systems and multimedia design. Studying engineering or IT at Griffith, you’ll learn using cutting-edge resources and gain valuable hands-on experience on real projects.
Study engineering and IT at Griffith
Meet the demands of ever-evolving industries.
Ranked #1 for student satisfaction and teaching quality
Griffith is the top ranked university in South East Queensland for student satisfaction and teaching quality for engineering and top three in Australia for IT.
Strong future career prospects
The majority of future jobs growth is likely to be in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Practical, hands-on learning
At Griffith, your degree will be built around hands-on, project-based learning, with industry placements while you study.
Our engineering and IT degrees span a range of careers and industries. Depending on your degree, you may find opportunities in construction, manufacturing and mining, telecommunications, robotics, artificial intelligence, web or games design, IT management and consulting or energy production.
Griffith engineering graduate
August 16, 2016
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Monday 26 September — Friday 30 September
Queensland conservatorium auditions
Queensland Conservatorium live auditions will be conducted the week beginning Monday 26 September.
Friday 30 September
QTAC and UAC on time applications close
To attend Griffith in 2017, apply for our degrees via QTAC or UAC by 30 September, 2016. You can apply after this date, but a late fee will apply.
Friday 30 September
Queensland Conservatorium QTAC and UAC applications due
Apply by 30 September via QTAC or UAC for Queensland Conservatorium degrees.
Monday 27 February — Friday 26 May
From 2017, we’ll be teaching across three trimesters, rather than two semesters, with our first trimester kicking off on Monday 27 February.