Griffith University 2017 orientation for international students

Griffith University 2017 Orientation February  20 – 24

Griffith University’s Orientation Week includes everything undergraduate and postgraduate students need to get ready to study! Packed with information about living in Australia, skills workshops and tours, Orientation Week is your chance to meet staff and students, explore campuses and find out what to expect as a Griffith student. Make sure you say hello to Griffith Mates and attend some of their social events, as it is a great way to meet new people and make friends.



You must attend the compulsory International Welcome and Orientation session and your school orientation session.

Student Administration

Griffith University Student Administration centres can assist with program information and the enrollment process, as well as fees and charges details.

Download the Griffith App

The free Griffith App has been developed in partnership with Blackboard inc. to provide students, staff and visitors with a diverse suite of interactive features to enhance their university experience.

The App is available on Apple iOS and Android devices, as well as a web-based smart phone version that is accessible to all smart phones with internet connectivity.


Griffith University 2017 Orientation
Enjoy your international orientation at Griffith!


Latest Update
The app was last updated in July 2015. Version 4.5 of the app brings you the following features and a new look!
  • Updated Maps – including new information for a number of buildings and Places.
  • Updated Events – see more of what’s on!
  • CareerBoard – prepare for your career! Book an appointment with a guidance counsellor, search for your dream job, and more via the Griffith CareerBoard.
  • Textbooks – the Griffith Textbook Exchange and the Co-op Bookshop Textbook search are now both in one place for all your textbook searching needs.
  • Accommodation – get information about living on and off campus, search for off campus accommodation, apply to live on campus and more via Griffith Accommodation.

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