Griffith is creating tomorrow’s leaders with extra-curricular student initiatives.
Paul Simshauser was named the Griffith Business School Outstanding Alumnus for 2016. Corporate strategist Olivia Loadwick was named the Young Outstanding Alumnus of the Year, and Dr William Chen was the inaugural recipient of the International Outstanding Alumnus of the Year,
It didn’t take much to convince Jonathon Glindemann that an international career was within reach as he was studying a Bachelor of Commerce at Griffith University. It was what the Griffith Business School student had in mind when he started his degree in 2013. Now, the 21-year-old graduate is working in Hong Kong at the […]
Griffith University students have gained the experience of a lifetime working at KPMG Australia, one of the world’s largest and most respected professional services firms. The two students joined the KPMG team in Brisbane through Griffith University’s unique internship program, made possible by Griffith’s Official Partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018). Bachelor of […]
Returning to university study was an obvious choice for Korpo Kormon long after leaving a successful career in accounting in her Liberian homeland to emigrate to Australia. The energetic mother of four took on the challenge at a time when her family was growing. She had just given birth to twins and living a life […]
Megan Owen-Jones will be the third generation of her family to study at Griffith University.
Griffith business graduate James Kenny has topped a spectacular year by claiming a triple crown of awards from the financial planning industry. A financial planner with Tupicoffs in Brisbane, James was named Money Management 2013 Financial Planner of the Year last week. The award comes hot on the heels of national success in the 2013 […]