See why two Canadian students choose to get their Law degree at Griffith University.


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There’s nothing like the Gold Coast in Canada, so Canadian student Anika Chelin decided the Sunshine State was where she was headed.

She chose to combine travel and study, and go home with a law degree after soaking up a few years of Queensland’s warmth and world-beating beaches.

Of course that’s not the only reason Chelin opted to study law at the Gold Coast’s Griffith University. She knew Griffith was one of only two universities in Australia to offer Canadian law subjects, …

The Commonwealth Sports Universities Network (CSUN) celebrated its official launch on the Gold Coast, on the eve of the Opening Ceremony for the XXI Commonwealth Games. The CGF partnered with Griffith University to debut the Network.


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The Commonwealth Sports Universities Network (CSUN) celebrated its official launch on the Gold Coast, on Tuesday, on the eve of the Opening Ceremony for the XXI Commonwealth Games. The CGF partnered with Griffith University to debut the Network, which aims to create a formal sporting partnership between the CGF and, initially, five foundation Universities from across the Commonwealth

The success of the CGF and Griffith University’s existing Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games partnership was the inspiration behind the establishment of the Network. …



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Bond University is ensuring its prestigious law program remains ahead of the curve, completing the Faculty’s largest redevelopment in more than a decade to create flexible teaching and learning spaces that allow students to better collaborate and network.

The new facilities – officially opened today (Wednesday, 31 January) – include a showcase moot court, the third at the independent Gold Coast university, and additional space for Bond’s community law clinics, along with 10 new teaching spaces, …

Griffith are offering an airport pick up for students arriving this month and still have on campus accommodation options! Check them out here


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Airport Pick Up and Accommodation 

 

Griffith are at it again. They’re offering an airport pick up for students arriving this month and reminding you about their fabulous accommodation options!

Throughout July, the Griffith Mates will be welcoming new international students at Brisbane International Airport through the Griffith Airport Welcome Reception. Prior to their arrival, new international students can register for this free service which takes them directly to their accommodation.  …



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Time to ride the G! If you are studying at Griffith University, Gold Coast campus, hop on board.

The G is a 13 kilometre integrated tram system that connects the Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University (Health and Knowledge precinct) to Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. There are 16 stations along this corridor with high-quality bus interchanges at Southport and Broadbeach.

The G tram system will be great for many of KOM students who are attending Griffith University.   …



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Here is an exclusive preview of the .

 

Take a virtual tour of the business building.

 

Tour the building and see first hand the state-of-the-art features incorporated into this amazing learning facility. Take in the ‘history wall’ that features significant events and chronicles the Gold Coast’s business and industry development. Be inspired to undertake further study at Griffith, or to assist current students through the Alumni Future Generations Scholarship. …



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The future of health is at Griffith University

The Gold Coast is set to become an Australian health heartland with Griffith University at its centre. A unique Health and Knowledge Precinct is developing around the Gold Coast campus. The new $150 million Griffith Health Centre and the $1.76 billion Gold Coast University Hospital opened in 2013. The co-location of Griffith University and the Gold Coast University Hospital and their new state-of-the-art facilities will significantly extend the range of health and medical services on the Gold Coast. …



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Griffith University Journalism student from Canada explains that there is so much to do at the Gold Coast.  Watch her video….

 Canadian Student:  Living on the Gold Coast at Griffith University

Journalism student, Lisa Banks from Canada, explains that there is so much to do on the Gold Coast that you could never get bored.  She describes the class sizes at Griffith University as small and is impressed that the professors know her name and take the time to chat with her. …



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Griffith’s Gold Coast campus is set to become an even more vibrant centre not only for students with world class teaching and research facilities, but also as a hub for community events, recreation and business.

Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor has outlined the vision for the campus with the release of a new Masterplan for the 70-hectare Southport site.

“The Gold Coast will have a University that is part of the community in every way,” Professor O’Connor said. …



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Reasons Life Is Better In Australia

Posted today through the Huffington Post, here are some great reasons why life is better in Australia.  Consider studying abroad in Australia!!!

The Land Down Under is richer in flora, fauna, and attractive Oscar-nominated males. But those are just a few of the many reasons why, as far as we’re concerned, the Aussies have it better.

So here are a couple reasons why. 

Australians have swimming pools in their oceans. …