Griffith was again ranked in the top 400 universities from more than 10,000 institutions globally.
This is the third consecutive year Griffith has been ranked in the top 4% of world universities by the prestigious ARWU index.
It is one of only two southeast Queensland universities ranked in top 500. (Results are released only for the first 500).
“This result is an endorsement of Griffith’s direction over the last decade or so and comes as a result of the significant investment we have made in research, facilities and teaching and learning,” said Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor.
“It is significant for our students and staff, showcasing Griffith as the truly world-class university that they have helped create and continue to build,” Professor O’Connor said.