A prized international post-graduation accolade has been bestowed upon Griffith University’s Julia Bergman, who has been awarded the prestigious Golden Key Undergraduate Achievement Scholarship.
Julia’s feat is a phenomenal effort given she overcame poor high school grades in her German homeland before travelling across the world to make a whole-hearted commitment to study at Griffith University.
“The past four years have been incredibly stimulating for my mind and for creating happiness in my heart,” says Julia, who completed a double degree in Business (Human Resource Management and Psychological Science.
“I cherished the opportunity to attend Griffith University every day of my degree, even during the challenging times.
“This award is quite prestigious and I feel extremely honoured, surprised and proud of my achievement.”
Julia is now working as an employment consultant with national not-for-profit organisation Ostara Australia, which assists with employment placements for people disadvantaged through age, health, disability or cultural background.
Golden Key is an international honour society with more than two million members spread across 400 chapters at colleges and universities throughout the world.