Griffith students have praised staff and organisations for their efforts ensuring a path to graduation, despite the coronavirus, which threatened valuable industry internships.
Griffith Business School alumnus Nathan Brierley says it’s the things ‘beyond the books’ that the University offers which set it apart and help prepare students for employment.
A fresh crop of Griffith Business School students began their internship at Gold Coast University Hospital and Health Service.
Bachelor of Business alumnus Emily Hayward inspired to pursue environmental economics through Griffith’s economics and sustainability focus.
Griffith University is featured in the Innovative Research Universities National Innovation Case Study Collection. As the first digital repository of its kind, the collection showcases the extraordinary ingenuity and hard work ongoing at universities to equip students and graduates with the skills and abilities to meet the challenges of life in the world of work in our time. […]
Griffith University is stepping up preparations for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) as another milestone was reached over the weekend for Australia’s biggest sporting event of the decade. Along with the 500-day countdown to the Opening Ceremony, the wraps were taken off the stunning Queen’s Baton design heralding the much anticipated relay that […]
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 […]