Matthew Keech knew he wanted to challenge himself and to go above and beyond expectations, and he knew Griffith was the place where he could be remarkable.
Bachelor of International Business graduate Amanda Hodges credits Griffith Business School as having a large impact on her career thanks to her international exchange opportunities.
The double degree graduate was one of only 11 to be hired by the Inchcape group in 2017.
Griffith alumnus shares his secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Griffith University business student Ashleigh McFarland always had a long-held ambition to work overseas, although her reasons for doing so are more textured than a desire to simply bolster her resume.
A state level hammer thrower and a mature-aged student from Zimbabwe are among the latest intake of Griffith University students to start an internship at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).
Belle and Dylan are part of a team of 26 Griffith University students – and 100 young emerging leaders nationwide - who will be participating in the Young Professionals Forum at the Asia-Pacific Cities Summit in Brisbane from 5 – 8 July.