Making a difference through the creation and exchange of knowledge.

Leadership is, in part, about building community. Griffith Business School, in collaboration with our partners, offers many initiatives, both in the curriculum and as part of our co-curricular activities, which embody that aim.

Through graduate placement programs, work­-integrated learning, professional development and research expertise, we maintain loyal and supportive relationships with many high­-profile organisations across the country and throughout the Asia–Pacific region.

Industry professionals play an important part in developing our programs, ensuring Griffith graduates meet the demands of employers, today and in the future.

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Connect with our students

Since 2010, we've placed hundreds of students in an internship or work experience opportunity through our Internship Program.

The School has a dedicated team who will work with you to ensure your business needs are met through the hard work of our enthusiastic and talented students.

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Share your knowledge

Business leaders are appointed as industry adjuncts, Executives in Residence or as members of our Strategic Advisory Board to share their knowledge and experience.

The student experience is enriched by curricular and extra-curricular activity that involves distinguished industry leaders and entrepreneurs from a range of fields and backgrounds.

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Join eCareerCoach

eCareerCoach is an online career mentoring program enabling business students to learn about ideal career paths, develop and enhance professional and communication skills.

This program is low burden and completely online. It's about imparting your wisdom, tips and advice to help our students make the best decision for their future and get a head start on the road to achieving their goals.

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Support future leaders

Thousands of students across the Griffith community have benefited from the philanthropy of alumni, staff, friends and business partners.

Donors can elect to establish a scholarship or award to support the next generation of leaders in their fields and encouraging students to aim high and excel in their studies.

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Schools Outreach Program

Griffith Business School is committed to preparing the next generation of responsible business leaders for the future world of work.

We will be launching an exciting new program to help high school students transition to university and start their journey towards professional life.

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Strong Industry Connections

Business leaders are appointed as industry adjuncts, Executives in Residence or as members of our Strategic Advisory Board to share their knowledge and experience.

This provides business students with heightened exposure to professional expertise and enables faculty to expand their industry networks.

Policy Innovation Hub

The Policy Innovation Hub promotes and facilitates close collaboration between Griffith University researchers, students and partners in industry, government and the community.

The Hub also aims to foster sustainable and enduring knowledge partnerships that create value for the residents and communities of Queensland, Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.

Accrediting bodies and professional associations

On completion of their studies, graduates may be eligible for membership with a number of professional organisations (depending upon their choice of award major).

For a list of current professional recognition for our programs, see the programs and courses catalogue:

Advisory bodies

  • Our Strategic Advisory Board, comprised of leading business and industry professionals, provides strategic advice to the Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) and our Deans on academic profile, curriculum content and teaching innovation.
  • Our Alumni Advisory Group consists of Griffith Business School graduates and key staff who work together to develop our Alumni Network


Griffith’s Master of International Tourism and Hospitality Management program will offer graduates a direct route to Chartered Manager accreditation, becoming Australia’s first Tourism related business program to do so.

Candidates enrolled in the course will be fast-tracked to Chartered status, able to obtain chartership within weeks of graduation.

It extends an established industry pathway partnership with the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand (IML ANZ) which already provides Griffith’s Master of Business and Master of Business Administration (MBA) candidates with industry-enriched professional opportunities.

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Enquire now about developing a collaborative partnership with Griffith Business School.