2019 Times Higher Education University ranking places Griffith in top universities
Griffith University has continued to grow in stature as it once again climbs the rankings of another important and influential global university ranking. The newly released 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) Asia-Pacific University Rankings sees Griffith University now holding position 42 across APAC .
Out of over 1,000 entrants, Griffith University sits in the prestigious Top 50 category. This Asia-Pacific ranking uses the same performance indicators as The World University Rankings for 2019, judging universities throughout East Asia, Southeast Asia and Oceania on their teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.
“Competition within the university sector across the Asia-Pacific is intensifying each year, and therefore this result confirms Griffith’s rising stature and influence both within the region and globally,” Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said.
“The strong ties Griffith has nurtured and maintained with the Asia-Pacific region since our foundation are integral to our growing reputation as a home of leading researchers whose work continues to inform policy and industry”.
These great results come after Griffith earnt a top-five place globally in the Corporate Knights 2018 Better World MBA ranking. Griffith’s MBA, which can also be studied online, earnt 4th place worldwide – rising 12 positions since last being ranked.