Griffith University is regarded as one of Australia's top 10 universities and one of the Asia-Pacific region's most influential universities. The University's strong international standing is built on highly-regarded research, teaching staff, international partnerships and the calibre of its programs and graduates.
Griffith was the first University to sign to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Management Education and prepares future leaders equipped to manage tomorrow's global issues. With five campuses in three cities across the Brisbane-Gold Coast Corridor, the University has more than 43,000 students from 131 countries and 3,500 staff.
The University prides itself on providing a safe and innovative learning environment and has received numerous international accreditations and national and international awards.
Griffith Business School
The Griffith Business School offers an extensive range of business and commerce degrees, and is recognized as a pioneer in areas including franchising, tourism, international business, Asian studies, real estate and property development, and employment relations.
Joining some of the most prestigious business schools in the world, the Griffith Business School is accredited with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) - International. Ten times winner of the Queensland Tourism Awards for Excellence in Industry Education, Griffith's programs continue to attract international acclaim. Griffith's MBA was ranked 26th in the world in the Aspen Institute's Centre for Business Education's 2010-2011 Beyond Grey Pinstripes Global Top 100 - the highest ranking for an Australian MBA.
The Griffith Business School is committed to sustainable business practices, focusing on social, financial and environmental approaches that will benefit future generations, driving change by working with industry and giving students the skills to develop better solutions for current and future problems around the world.
The Queensland College of Art
The Queensland College of Art (QCA) was established in Brisbane in 1881. With its origins dating back more than 100 years, the QCA is Queensland's oldest and most distinguished art institution. The College joined Griffith University in January 1992.
With a highly motivated professional staff and talented, enthusiastic students, the College has earned the undisputed reputation as Queensland's premier art school.
Today, the QCA offers the widest range of visual art and design studies in Australia.
Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication Design)