Partnerships and collaboration

We have close working relationships with key personnel from a range of local, national and international organisations.

Through graduate placement programs, work­-integrated learning, professional development and research expertise, we maintain loyal and supportive relationships with many high­-profile organisations across the country and throughout the Asia–Pacific region.

Industry professionals play an important part in developing our programs, ensuring Griffith graduates meet the demands of employers, today and in the future.

Partners

AAPBS
AACSB-Blue
AIESEC
AMP
ANZOG
EFMD
GRLI
PRME
QPEC
QBM

Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative

Committed to the development of globally responsible leaders, the School is an active partner in the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI). We were the first Australian business school admitted to the GLRI and are proud of this initiative, which is sponsored by the European Foundation for Management Development.

Principles for Responsible Management Education

We were the first Australian business school to become a signatory to Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), an initiative of the United Nations Global Compact providing an organisational change framework for business schools to embed corporate responsibility and sustainability into their curricula, research and learning methods.

Advisory bodies

Industry champions

We have many successful close working relationships with a range of organisations across South East Queensland. Our internships and work-placement programs allow businesses to engage students for hands-on learning in projects relevant to their degree and employment goals.

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Success story: AMP

AMP has partnered with us to create an online Master of Financial Planning degree that combines theoretical coursework with practical, real-life experience as a financial advisor.

Find out more about the AMP story

Business woman

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