Griffith University was established in 1971 by Parliament. Situated across three cities in South East Queensland, the University is proud of having five physical campuses (Gold Coast, Logan, Mt Gravatt, Nathan, and South Bank) and one digital campus. Griffith University is one of the world's leading universities and has high rankings in different areas:
- Ranked in the top 2% of universities globally
- Range of subjects ranked in the world's top 200
- Australia'sAustralia's most awarded teachers
- Research rated at world standard or above in more than 50 discipline
- Highly regarded as a young university, ranked in the top 50 under 50
Griffith University's mission is to engage in outstanding scholarship that contributes to society and produces groundbreaking research. Students will be provided with an excellent education and the capacity to develop and apply knowledge to exercise influence and make meaningful life-long contributions to their communities. Thus, the University focuses on the remarkable people and gives them ample opportunities in challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends, and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. 4000 academic staff and world-class research centers, institutes, and schools help students better understand the changeable world and contribute to the future.
Griffith University is delivering study areas:
- Architecture, construction, and planning
- Business and government
- Criminology and law
- Engineering, IT, and aviation
- Humanities, languages, and social science
- Medicine, dentistry, and health
- Music and performing arts
- Science and environment
- Visual and creative arts
Situated in a stunning location at Gold Coast and world-famous beaches, the campus is home to 21000 students and has a vibrant and enviable lifestyle. The campus spans almost all study areas, especially medicine, dentistry, and health. The Gold Coast University Hospital is locating on the University'sUniversity's health and knowledge precinct. Accommodation is available on the campus. The campus also includes a library with a tech lounge, sport and fitness amenities, cafes, bars, restaurants, and excellent transport options.
Logan campus is delivering a focus on community health, education, and business areas. Logan is not a busy campus drive with 2000 students and locates halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast; however, the campus is an active and respected hub for innovative partnerships and industry engagement. There is a range of degree pathways that available for prospective students with flexible options. Off-campus accommodation is available.
Mt Gravatt campus (adjacent to Nathan with panoramic views of Brisbane) focuses on criminal justice, education, and critical social issues. The campus is home to 4000 students and delivers cutting-edge teaching and research. There is a broad range of facilities for student lifestyle, such as a three-level library, recreation hall, a health and fitness club, a heated pool, a tennis center, a training oval, basketball and netball courts, and many eating options. On-campus accommodation is available.
The campus is the most historical place and opened in 1975. Today, Nathan (On the edge of Toohey Forest, close to Mt Gravatt campus and 12km from Brisbane CBD) is delivering a studying degree in business and government, engineering and information technology, environment, humanities and languages, law, science, and aviation for more than 13000 students. The campus offers world-class teaching and research. Also, the campus is proud of operating a building with solar power and hydrogen energy. Many features and accommodation are available on the campus.
The campus locates a 10-minute walk from Brisbane CBD, in the heart of the state's cultural precinct. South Bank is home to 3400 and offers vital study areas, such as music, visual and creative arts. The campus spans the Queensland College of Art, the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith Graduate Centre, and the Griffith Film School. It is adjacent to the Queensland Art Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art, the State Library, the Queensland Museum, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Besides, two libraries, cinemas, art galleries, and performance spaces are available for students.
The digital campus is the new and flexible option for a variety of courses in different areas.