Enabling high school students to experience University first hand
Griffith Business School offers a range of school programs across our Gold Coast, Logan and Nathan campuses that enable high school students to experience University first hand and expand their knowledge of the business world.
Educators can also take advantage of professional development and networking opportunities provided by the School.
Since the Griffith Business School Outreach Program launched in 2010, it has provided encouragement and transitional support to thousands of secondary school students.
Our goal, along with providing high school students with a deeper business knowledge and stronger understanding of the tertiary environment, is to encourage and support them as vibrant, connected and resilient community members.
Study business at Griffith
We offer a range of business degrees geared towards preparing you with the skills to succeed. From commerce to human resources, event management to asian studies we'll get you future set and ready.
In 2018 Griffith Business School awarded over $1.2 million in scholarships, prizes and awards to support and encourage students in their study endeavours.
As a means of recognising Year 12 students’ commitment to pursuing tertiary education, the School also offers a number of GriffithBUSINESS Transition Bursaries.
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