Griffith Business School currently offers a suite of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Business scholarships, prizes and awards to support and encourage students in their study endeavours.
- Adam Scott Foundation Sports Business Scholarship
- Griffith Business School Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Scholarship
- Griffith Business School Excellence Bursary
- Griffith Business School Honours Scholarship
- Griffith Department of Tourism, Sport and Hotel Management Honours Scholarship
- Karl Morris Scholarships
- Ken Baguley Bursary
- Mainfreight Scholarship
- Master of Business Administration Scholarship for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
- Master of Business Administration Scholarship for Women
- NAB Financial Planning Scholarship
- The Neilson Foundation (in association with Platinum Asset Management) Scholarship
- Oliver Hume Corporation Bursary
- Platinum Asset Management Limited Scholarship
- Postgraduate Business Scholarship
- Property Council of Australia – Peter Trathen Memorial Scholarship for Real Estate and Property Development
- Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Academic Excellence Scholarship
- Stonehouse Group Scholarship
- Sunsuper Scholarship
Our newest scholarship
Queensland Business Monthly (QBM) and Griffith Business School have formed a partnership to deliver a scholarship competition with a total prize package of approximately $90,000 (which includes a full scholarship to the Griffith MBA valued at $50,000). This premier competition is designed to support the next generation of responsible leaders.
If you have any questions about Griffith Business School's MBA and Postgraduate Business Scholarships, please contact the Griffith Business School Postgraduate Team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +61 7 3735 4146.
Griffith Business School (GBS) offers undergraduate students a series of Awards designed to acknowledge and reward academic excellence, have aspirational value to students, and provide a mechanism to foster a greater sense of engagement with the GBS and Griffith Community.
MBA scholar aims to change world by numbers
MBA scholarship student Kudzai Zvenyika developed a love for numbers at an early age. It started with her parents, described by Kudzai as entrepreneurs who dabbled in the share market and who regularly shepherded her to annual general meetings as a youngster. “My interest in economics was triggered by seeing a lot of what you read in text books actually happen,” says Kudzai. “I really became interested in monetary policy because it actually affects our day-to-day life. It’s something we live and breathe.”