All Honours College students will be required to participate in:
- Orientation: an opportunity to reconnect with fellow Griffith Honours College members at the beginning of each year.
- The Annual Honours College Symposium: an interactive event providing insights into emerging global issues.
- The Leadership Development Series: developing transferrable skills for university and the workplace.
You will get out of it what you put in, but we anticipate you will need to allow 10-15 hours per trimester.
Share ideas and work with leading researchers, academics and other high achieving students. The Student Advisory Group also organise regular social activities.
Undertake practical professional training coordinated by your School or Faculty to place you in a high quality organisation related to your area of study.
Second and third year Honours College students interested in undertaking a short research project can apply for a vacation scholarship.
Experience the World
You will be encouraged to gain a global perspective by studying, volunteering or working overseas. You could:
- Study for overseas at one of our partner universities
- Participate in the prestigious International Youth Leadership Program in Prague
- Undertake overseas industrial experience at a leading company in your field of study
- Be part of international community volunteering projects*
Funding support for overseas experiences can be applied for through Griffith Global Mobility and the Griffith Honours College.
You will be supported in your career goals, as each Honours College student will be matched with a mentor. Take part in regular one-on-one sessions and receive personal attention throughout your degree.
Your mentor will assist in selecting the right experiences for you to develop your skills personally and professionally. Depending on your future aspirations, you may be matched with a leading Griffith researcher, academic or an external industry partner.
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