Griffith University enjoys mutually beneficial industry partnerships with a spectrum of business and government organisations
Our wide-reaching relationships help boost outcomes for businesses and enhance student learning, as well as broaden the scope for new research discoveries.
These case studies provide a glimpse into the vast opportunities such partnerships can provide.
As part of Griffith’s partnership with the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, a total of 250 students have interned with the event’s organising body GOLDOC during the build-up and staging of the Games.
A global outlook and valuable life experience has helped Griffith graduates secure roles in the Brisbane and Gold Coast offices of KPMG —an international network of financial firms that operates in 155 countries.
Griffith has partnered with Gold Coast-based environmental company Natura Pacific to produce a gardening app that will promote the planting of local flora.
Jaybird CEO Judd Armstrong—a Griffith business graduate—harnessed the technological expertise of Griffith researchers for his company’s line of wearable fitness trackers.
AMP has partnered with Griffith University to create an online Master of Financial Planning degree that combines theoretical coursework with practical, hands-on experience as a financial adviser.