Enhance your student experience with our unique opportunities
Griffith Business School offers many opportunities for students to get involved with the community, build professional and social networks and enhance their business skills. From work-integrated learning experiences, including internships, to student clubs and associations, we've got your professional and social skill development needs covered.
Griffith Business School student opportunities
Student Leadership Program
Build your leadership skills with this popular two-year program for undergraduate business students.
The Student Leadership Program offers a leadership development camp; opportunities to represent the School—and the University—at events; and a unique international community engagement experience.
Work-integrated learning and internship courses
Gain valuable hands-on experience as part of your studies and begin making contacts for future opportunities.
With many local and global activities available, the School encourages all students to get involved with WIL to enhance your employability
eCareerCoach allows you to connect with alumni and industry experts online for career advice, tools and connections that will help you enter your chosen field with confidence.
This program is low burden and completely online, allowing interstate and international alumni, friends and business partners to take part.
NEW in 2018 - BusinessPLUS
BusinessPLUS is a new program for business students designed to help you build the skills employers are seeking by participating in a range of extracurricular experiences. It's a structured program of activities you can complete over the course of your studies that will assist you to develop skills and qualities sought by employers.
Scholarships, prizes and awards
Griffith Business School currently offers a suite of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Business scholarships, prizes and awards to support and encourage students in their study endeavours.
In 2018 the School will award over $1.5 million in scholarships and prizes.
Academic Excellence Society
ACES recognises and rewards academic excellence with access to exclusive professional development and networking opportunities, a letter of recommendation from the Head of School, support in applying for the Griffith Honours College and more.
Membership is by invitation only, and is available to undergraduate business students with high academic levels.
Clubs and Societies
Getting involved in a club or student association offers you the opportunity to pursue a special interest, develop new skills and make new friends. There are more than 120 clubs across our campuses ranging from educational and professional to social, cultural and sporting.
Griffith Business School hosts a number of student run clubs and associations.
Take your degree global
Challenge yourself, impress potential employers, expand your cultural horizons, discover amazing places and create lifelong memories.
Participating in an overseas program as a part of your Griffith degree is one of the best experiences you can have at university.
Student Investment Fund
Outstanding finance students: Gain unparalleled practical experience with $250,000 to invest via our Student Investment Fund.
Academic and co-curricular awards
Acknowledging and rewarding academic excellence
Griffith Business School offers a series of awards designed to acknowledge and reward academic excellence amongst current undergraduate students.
International community engagement
Our Student Leaders can apply to immerse themselves in a 10-day cultural exchange and gain a deeper knowledge and understanding of their role in the global community. Since 2013 we have assisted communities in Laos, Borneo and Nepal with marketing plans for tourism initiatives; as well as funding and physical assistance to construct facilities for the benefit of local residents.
PEER ASSISTED STUDY SESSIONS
PASS within Griffith Business School offers a series of free and enjoyable group learning sessions for a small selection of courses that students often find to be very demanding. The free one-hour study sessions are facilitated by previous high achieving students of the course and are held weekly.
The study sessions run all trimester with an Exam Buster in study week for those attending five or more sessions.
WHERE WILL YOUR DEGREE TAKE YOU?
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.
EMPLOYABILITY BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
Build your employability skills and experience beyond the classroom.
Explore more ways to enrich your study experience with Griffith's Enrich search tool. You can also check out the University-wide LEAD program and learn more about using your ePortfolio to gain a competitive advantage among other graduates.
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