Griffith University is a leading Australian university with a commitment to quality educational outcomes for international students, achieved through expert support, guidance and excellent teaching.
The university is located in Queensland, the Sunshine State, and hosts six different campuses across the region. Griffith offers over 200 degree programmes, more than 120 clubs and societies and a student population of 50,000 students.
Griffith University is a prominent research university, having placed in the top 2 percent of institutions globally according to the Times Higher Education University Rankings 2022, and 201st worldwide according to QS World University Rankings 2023.
Students at Griffith are able to thrive in an international, diverse and dynamic research community. Courses and research opportunities are taught by leading Australian academics, with instructors who have received more fellowships, academic citations and Australian Government awards than any other university over the last five years.
Graduating from Griffith is a significant step towards career success around the world, with a global network of over 200,000 alumni providing ongoing support and graduate opportunities. As one of the world's top 50 universities under 50 years old (QS World University Rankings Top 50 under 50, 2021), Griffith gives its international students the chance to achieve their potential and reflect their university as they rise to ever-greater success.