The next generation of business leaders and professionals
Our business and government degrees can prepare you for exciting careers in a wide range of industries and professions. Depending on your degree, you may find opportunities in all levels of government departments or agencies, private enterprise, consultancy, politics, tourism, marketing, management, finance or not-for-profit organisations.
Check out some of our recent graduate stories to see where your degree could take you.
Bachelor of Asian Studies
Studying a degree in Asian Studies has reinforced Estelle McCabe's interest and appreciation of Asian business, culture and history and is positioning her strongly to pursue a career in Japan. Her ambition to work as a communications specialist fostering Japanese—Australian relations in the resources sector was also boosted by a New Colombo Plan Scholarship.
'I'm confident that living, learning and working in Japan will improve and develop not only my Japanese language but also my negotiation skills by improving fluency and understanding of the spoken word.'
MEET MORE OF OUR ALUMNI
Our remarkable alumni are making a significant contribution to the world in which we live. From leading multi-national corporations, to building fashion empriers and all that's in-between.
We are pleased to share their stories.
In 2018 the School will award over $1.5 million in scholarships and prizes.
January 18, 2021
Hook, line and sinker: Is your fishing trip injuring coastal raptors?
Fishing equipment is the deadliest threat faced by coastal birds of prey a new study published in the Journal of Raptor Research has found.
January 18, 2021
Music student up for Young Australian of the Year
Griffith University student William Clarke and his brother Daniel have been nominated for the upcoming Young Australian of the Year awards for their conservation work. The pair launched a campaign to help protect critically endangered orangutan populations in Borneo and Sumatra. William and Daniel w...
January 14, 2021
World’s oldest cave art discovered in Indonesia
A team of Griffith University archaeologists has shared in the discovery of what may be the world’s oldest known cave painting, dating back to at least 45,500 years ago. Uncovered in South Sulawesi during field research conducted with Indonesia’s leading archaeological research centre, Pusat Penelit...
January 13, 2021
Human rights advocate inspires next generation
Dr Shahram Dana is using the lessons he learnt at the United Nations to inspire the next generation of crusading legal eagles. A deeply personal passion The senior law lecturer is a lifelong advocate of international human rights, a passion instilled at an early age. As members of the Baha’i Faith, ...