Griffith University's first campus opened in 1975 with 451 enrolled students. Today we are a multi-campus university with more than 44,000 students from over 130 countries. What has not changed is our range of relevant, internationally focused degrees that prepare graduates for incredible careers.
At Griffith we provide a different type of education. For 40 years we have pioneered cutting-edge, forward-thinking programs in diverse study areas. We were the first university in Australia to recognise the importance of, and introduce degrees in, globally significant fields such as environmental studies, Asian studies and international business.
Griffith University has five campuses in South East Queensland: Gold Coast, Logan, Mt Gravatt, Nathan and South Bank.
*Academic Ranking of World Universities; CWTS Leiden Rankings; and the QS World University Rankings
**2014/15 Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching Australian University Teacher of the Year Award
***2015 QS Stars University Ratings
#2015 QS World University Rankings, 2016 Times Higher Education Rankings
Griffith offers more than 300 programs at undergraduate, postgraduate and research levels.
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From learning in a new language to planning a career, as an international student you take on new and exciting challenges in every area of your life. We anticipate what you need from arrival to graduation, so your time at Griffith is not only educationally rewarding but life-enriching.
International Student Advisors are the first point of contact for absolutely any problems or questions you might have, while Student Success Advisors can assist you with study-related issues.
EnglishHELP is a free English language learning service if your first language is not English.
Health services with qualified doctors are located on the Gold Coast and Nathan campuses, and free, confidential student counselling is available on all campuses. If you have a disability, you can also access support from one of our disability service officers.
Careers and employment officers can help you plan your career from the start of your degree. Our Industry Mentoring Program pairs you with an experienced professional from your chosen career for advice and guidance, while our work-integrated learning courses give you professional experience that counts towards your degree.
Griffith Mates is a diverse group of students who speak around 30 different languages and come from all over the world. They help you practise your English, make friends, find your way around campus and become acquainted with the Australian environment.
Visit our student blog to find out more about student life at Griffith: griffith.edu.au/explore-blog.