The Griffith Graduate of Influence stands out for the wide range of transferable skills that they develop throughout their studies
Graduates require a broad range of attributes and skills to make a positive difference in their local and global communities. Graduate Attributes represent the broad qualities that are necessary for students to contribute meaningfully to their communities. These attributes are underpinned by a range of transferable skills that employers look for when recruiting, and can be developed through assessment and learning experiences.
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Griffith Graduate Attributes
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Knowledgeable and skilled, with critical judgement
Effective communicators and collaborators
Innovative, creative and entrepreneurial
Socially responsible and engaged in their communities
Culturally capable when working with First Australians
Effective in culturally diverse and international environments
The Griffith Graduate Attributes Policy can be downloaded here.
Graduates require a broad range of skills to make a positive difference in their local and global communities. These skills underpin the Graduate Attributes and enable Griffith Graduates to respond to a changing workforce, enhance their employability outcomes and equip them with the requisite skills to be future-ready.
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