Griffith Business School awards their 2020 Co-Curricular Awards to students who went above and beyond in a tough year.
Ryan Mitchell is Griffith Business School’s Logan Community Bank (Bendigo Bank) Scholarship winner and hopes one day to use his double degree to join ASIO.
Azaria Bell credits the skills and passion for financial planning she developed during her studies for helping her land her dream job at Stonehouse.
Studying at Griffith University as an international student gave Kazakhstan national Zhamila Moldasheva the skills needed to score her dream marketing job back home.
Teah Westerman comfortably stepped into the role of commercial coordinator at Gold Coast Titans as a familiar face in the office.
Griffith University alumnus Martin Pratley never imagined he would one day be creating musical instruments for the likes of Australian music legends John Butler and Tash Sultana.
Business students Tanner Noakes and Alex Byrne were the only Australian students to reach the global finals.