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Griffith University

CRICOS Code 00233E

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At Griffith, we believe in, strive for and celebrate the Remarkable

The remarkable people who better our world, the remarkable experiences that transform people and communities, and the remarkable contributions that change the future forever.

We know success often comes from being an exception to the norm—challenging convention, adapting and innovating, creating bold new trends and pioneering solutions ahead of their time. At Griffith, remarkable is the norm.

Since we started teaching over 40 years ago, we’ve been deeply connected to the Asian region, socially conscious and environmentally aware, an integral part of the community and heavily industry focused. We’ve also become a comprehensive, research-intensive university, ranking in the top 2% of universities worldwide.

Our teaching and research spans six campuses in South East Queensland and all disciplines, while our network of more than 200,000 graduates extends around the world.

•Ranked in the top 2% of universities globally
•50,000 students
•6 campuses
•200+ degrees
•200,000 alumni across 130 nationalities
•An extensive network of research centres and institutes
•4,000 staff

Life at Griffith
Your student days should be among the best of your life and we have a range of ways to help make your time at Griffith fun and unforgettable. Our campuses are a thriving community offering plenty of opportunities to meet new friends and enrich your university experience. Discover all Griffith has to offer aside from your studies, from eating to events, sport to support and everything in between.

Spanning three cities in South East Queensland, our campuses are located at the Gold Coast and Logan, as well as Nathan, Mt Gravatt and South Bank in Brisbane

Our students, staff and local communities have the chance to use our world-class sporting and fitness facilities, as well as join our social teams and sports clubs.


•Rigorous standards of scholarship
•Positively influencing our communities through teaching, research and scholarly activities
•Engaging students as partners in their education
•Recognising our location in the Asia–Pacific and deepening our engagement with the region
•Bringing disciplines together to address the key issues of our time
•Promoting the respect of individual rights and ethical standards
•Participatory decision making and problem solving
•Contributing to a robust, equitable and environmentally sustainable society
•Recognising and valuing diversity
•Recognising our first peoples and enabling their continued contribution to the nation

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