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.
Our six campuses are a thriving network of learning and innovation. Spanning three cities in South East Queensland, our five physical campuses are located at the Gold Coast, Logan, Mt Gravatt, Nathan and South Bank. Our digital campus is located at your fingertips and spans the globe. Each campus environment, whether physical or digital, has state of the art facilities, and support services to make university life easier and enjoyable.
Griffith’s thriving Digital campus provides a highly flexible, supportive environment for you fit university into your life. The campus has more than 100 degrees available full-time or part-time, fully online or with on-campus hours mixed in. You’re in complete control of your learning—so you can shape your study experience to suit your needs.
Gold Coast campus
Located within walking distance of Southport’s cutting-edge Health and Knowledge Precinct—including the Gold Coast University Hospital—our world-class Gold Coast campus is home to 21,000 students. As our largest campus, teaching and research span almost all study areas, with a strong focus on medicine, dentistry and health.
Centrally based and just minutes from world-famous beaches, you’ll be able to enjoy a vibrant, enviable student lifestyle, with more than 80 student clubs to explore as well as a variety of sporting and fitness amenities, on-campus services, retail outlets, and cafes and restaurants.
Renowned as a national showcase of social inclusion in higher education, Griffith University Logan puts people first and foremost, with a strong focus on community health, education and business.
Despite its relatively small population—about 2000 students—Logan campus is an active and respected incubator for innovative partnerships and industry engagement. Based in Queensland’s rapidly developing third-largest city, the campus has strong connections with the local community, hosting numerous sporting and cultural events throughout the year. And, with a range of degree pathways available for prospective students, the campus is a leader in flexible learning options.
Mount Gravatt campus
Hosting more than 4,000 students, Mt Gravatt campus capitalises on a history of progressive thinking and learning to deliver high-quality teaching and research in criminology and criminal justice, education, psychology and other socially focused fields such as suicide prevention.
Located adjacent to Nathan campus, Mt Gravatt is also situated on the edge of tranquil Toohey Forest and boasts panoramic views of Brisbane city. The campus also features a range of facilities for your education and entertainment, including a three-level library, recreation hall and dual eateries. Outside of your studies, you can unwind or work out at Mt Gravatt’s fully equipped health and fitness hub, comprising a heated pool, indoor and outdoor recreation areas, fitness centre, 16-court tennis centre, a training oval, and basketball and netball courts.
Originally opened in 1975 with a cohort of 451 students, Nathan is Griffith’s most historic learning ground. Almost 50 years later, the campus now hosts more than 13,000 students enrolled in degrees in business and government, engineering and information technology, environment, humanities and languages, law, and science and aviation.
Nathan campus is our home of world-class teaching and research on the environment, corporate sustainability, Asian studies and the emerging biosciences. Here, you’ll find the six-star, green-rated Sir Samuel Griffith Centre—Australia’s first teaching and research building driven by solar power and hydrogen energy—and our recently completed, state-of-the-art Engineering, Technology and Aviation building.
South Bank campus
Located in Brisbane’s picturesque South Bank Parklands, the campus encompasses the Queensland College of Art, the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith Graduate Centre and the Griffith Film School, with a population of 3,400 students. Ideally positioned in Brisbane’s cultural heart, the campus is a 10-minute walk from the Brisbane CBD and 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. Students have access to state-of-the-art facilities and teachers at the cutting-edge of their field. The campus also hosts a variety of shows and exhibitions that are open to the public throughout the year.