Helping students transition from school to tertiary studies

The GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Program provides an opportunity for Year 12 students with a keen interest in business to experience university first-hand and get a headstart on the BusinessPLUS program. Students participate in workshops on campus, plus an online employability module.

Applications for the 2019 Program are now closed

2019 Workshops

Workshop 1 – complete

  • Gold Coast campus, Friday 8 March
  • Nathan campus, Wednesday 27 February
  • Logan campus, Thursday 7 March

Workshop details

Workshop 2 – complete

  • Gold Coast campus, Wednesday 29 May
  • Nathan campus, Thursday 30 May
  • Logan campus, Thursday 23 May

Workshop details

Workshop 3 – complete

  • Gold Coast campus, Thursday 15 August
  • Nathan campus, Thursday 8 August
  • Logan campus, Tuesday 13 August

Workshop details

PROGRAM BENEFITS

  • Participate in a program designed to improve students’ preparation for university
  • Experience life on campus
  • Engage with Griffith Business School academic and professional staff
  • Network with students and staff from other secondary schools
  • Receive a certificate of completion at the Year 12 Program graduation ceremony
  • Engage online utilising Learning@Griffith, Griffith University’s online learning and teaching environment
  • Opportunity to apply for a number of  bursaries and scholarships.

PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

Students may apply for the GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Program if they:

  • are about to enter Year 12
  • are achieving 4 Sound Achievement (SA) in English, English Extension, or English for ESL Learners (excludes English Communication or Functional English
  • have School approval to participate

GRIFFITHBUSINESS TRANSITION BURSARY

All schools participating in the GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Program are offered the opportunity to nominate one student to receive a $2,500 bursary to support commencement of a Griffith Business School undergraduate degree.

Want to know more?

Contact our Schools Engagement Manager, Robyn Wells