Griffith University is regarded as one of Australia's most innovative tertiary institutions and one of the Asia-Pacific region's most influential universities. Griffith prepares future leaders equipped to manage tomorrow's global issues.
Since opening its doors in 1971, Griffith has pioneered many innovations - offering Australia's first environmental science and Asian studies degrees, and being the first Australian business school to sign the United Nations principles of responsible management education to name a few.
Griffith's Research and Teaching strengths cover many hot button issues - health, water and the environment alongside Asian politics and trade, sustainable tourism, criminology, and music and the arts.
The University's strong international standing is built on highly-regarded research and teaching staff, international partnerships and the calibre of its programs and graduates.
Griffith's long-standing national and international reputation in research in the environmental sciences affords it the largest group of environmental professionals of any university in Australia, and it will soon host the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility.
Its five campuses span three cities across Australia's fastest growing corridor from Brisbane to the Gold Coast. With more than 37000 students from more than 122 countries, Griffith is now Australia's ninth largest higher education institution in terms of student load.
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