Australia’s Griffith University climbed 57 places on Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) rankings, placing the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) Gold Coast host university in 243rd in the world, according to Griffith News.
QS World University Rankings 2024, generated by the largest international higher education network, determined that Griffith is a notable institution for research. It holds 69th in the world for a new sustainability category and 5th place for all Australian universities. Globally, it is 185th in new international research and 166th in research citations.
“Griffith has improved its position by 125 places since the 2013 rankings, reflecting the outstanding effort of our staff who provide world-class education to our students and research that delivers significant social, environmental, health and economic benefits,” Griffith Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said.
Other courses that USAC students may choose to take courses reach as wide as banking and finance, biomolecular science, international relations, multimedia telecommunications, and visual media.
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