Preparing leaders for future world of business
21st Century Skills
The third industrial revolution (also known as digital revolution) has made the workplace more dynamic, fast changing, and uncertain. Foreseeing the 4th industrial revolution (and the convergence of digital, biological, and physical), employees and employers of the future need the 21st century skills to be able to be ready for the future workplace.
Aligned with the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA), Griffith University has developed resources for teachers and students to embed and practice these skills in class.
Tax in School resources for teachers
A series of free instructional videos designed by Professor Brett Freudenberg and his team for secondary school students. These videos step students through topics about Australia’s tax system. Each video is divided into theory and activity based content, structured to allow teacher-student interaction. Successful completion of Tax in School will earn teachers a digital badge.
- Business cash flow and tax
- Superannuation and tax
- Investments and tax
Scholarships and prizes
Each year, in conjunction with our partners, Griffith Business School funds a range of scholarships to support new and continuing students. No matter your background, our suite of scholarships, prizes and awards are designed to help you achieve.
As a Griffith business student you will have countless opportunities to hone in and discover new skills through our student opportunities.
- Do an internship with a local or global business
- Get job ready through the BusinessPLUS program
- Join a club and meet like-mind students
Study business at Griffith
We offer a range of business degrees geared towards preparing you with the skills to succeed. From accounting to human resources, event management to asian studies we'll get you future set and ready.
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