AACSB Accreditation is something to be proud of!

Griffith Business School is an accredited member of AACSB International — The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. 

Not only do we hold the most recognised form of professional accreditation an institution and its business programs can earn, we have also achieved some fantastic 2018 rankings. 
This year we affirmed our place as an outstanding education provider in the Shanghai Ranking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects! We are No. 1 in Australia and No. 2 in the world for Hospitality and Tourism, Top 100 for Political Sciences and Public Administration, Top 150 for Business Administration and Top 300 for Economics. Learn more.


2018 Co-Curricular Awards are now open!

pplications are now open for the 2018 GBS Co-curricular Awards. There are four award categories (Leadership, Community Service, Sustainability and BusinessPLUS), each with a prize value of $250-$500 cash. The winners will also be invited to attend the Gala Dinner in November.

So if you think you or a fellow classmate have what it takes, apply now!

Applications close on Friday 28 September 2018.




Win your seat at the Change 2018 Conference

The Change 2018 Conference is proudly brought to you by Social Marketing @ Griffith. 'Change' brings together the world's brightest thinkers and game changers, giving you exclusive access to the people who have delivered change for the better.

For your chance to win your seat at the conference, tell us in 25 words or less why you want to attend Change 2018. Entries* can be emailed to Social Marketing @ Griffith.

Competiton closes Thursday 18 October 2018. Winner will be announced via email prior to event. *One entry per person.


Glenda Strachan Honours scholarship

If you are looking to improve your career prospects, open the door to further academic study, or simply indulge a passion, then honours could be your next step.

Apply now for up to $3000 in funding through the Professor Glenda Strachan Honours Scholarship. Applications close Sunday 3 February 2019.


Study overseas and give yourself an edge

International Relations and/or Politics students have a unique opportunity to study an intensive three to four weeks long course overseas as part of their degree in the January 2019 holidays. Study at universities in the USA, Europe, Central America or South America.


Do you have a business idea you want to get off the ground?

Our revolutionary course Lean Launchpad offers you the opportuinity to pursue a new product or service concept, with a view to launching an investor-ready, new-business venture on completion of the course.

Running at Griffith's Nathan campus in Trimester 3, this course will provide you with support from industry mentors and technical advisors, and the opportunity to engage with potential customers, suppliers and key partners to test and validate your ideas and assumptions.

Applications close Friday 21 September 2018.



Internship opportunity in Manila!

Would you like to gain a genuine insight into the world of trade, investment and education in the Australian Government, while living and working in an overseas country? Austrade is offering ambitious students in their final years of study an opportunity to participate in the Austrade Internship Program.

There are two opportunities available in the Manila, Philippines Office:
       - 3-month internship from October – December 2018
       - 3-month internship from late January – early April 2019
Visit Austrade for more information and details on how to apply.

Applications close on Sunday 23 September 2018.


Queensland Government Expo at Nathan campus

Kick start your career with the Queensland Government and join the State’s largest and most diverse cohort of graduates. In attendance will be Greater Graduate Program, QLD Treasury, IT Graduate Program, Department of Transport and Main Roads! These departments are recruiting for many disciplines, so please come along and see where you fit in! Presentations followed by pizza and networking. Wednesday 12 September. Register now!

Interested in Social Enterprise? So are we!

Social enterprises are businesses designed to tackle social problems, improve communities, provide people with access to employment and training, or help the environment. And it’s a fast growing sector in Australia.

The Yunus Social Business Centre here at Griffith University was set up to equip students and the community with the knowledge, capacity, and opportunities to innovate and create social impact through business.

The Centre recently launched the Social Entrepreneur in Residence program. The purpose of the program is to host outstanding talent in the field of social innovation and enterprise in order to provide insight on, and contribution to, research, teaching, curriculum development and other GBS activities.

Click here to find out more about our Social Entrepreneurs in Residence and how you can incorporate social enterprise into your degree.


Alumni2Our Alumni Network

At Griffith Business School our relationship with our students continues long after graduation. After all, you are a student for a few years but an alumnus for life.
Our alumni community has over 40,000 active members right around the globe and in virtually any industry you can think of. Once you graduate, make sure you update your details to ensure you receive invitations to exclusive professional development and networking events. Find out more.

Enrich your studies with professional development!

Explore work-integrated learning

Spend time in the workplace and prepare for the job market.

Explore our work-integrated learning and internship opportunities, designed to allow industry to engage undergraduate and postgraduate business students for hands-on leaning in degree-relevant projects.


Find your next opportunity

Build your employability skills and expereince beyond the classroom.

Explore the many ways you can invest in your personal and professional development while you study through the Enrich 'find your opportunity' search tool.


Don't just do Business, do BusinessPLUS!

BusinessPLUS is a new program for GBS students designed to help you get a headstart on your career through a range of extracurricular experiences.

By registering for the program, you will be guided through a structured set of activities to complete over the course of your studies that will assist you to develop skills sought by employers. 

Take control of your future, make sure you graduate with an edge in today’s competitive job market!

Seeking further support with BusinessPlus?

  • BusinessPLUS Information Sessions

'Back to basics' information session aimed at students new to the BusinessPLUS program or those who want a refresher on the elements in the program and how to use the BusinessPLUS workbook.

Next sessions:  GOLD COAST: Tuesday 18 September 12.00pm–1.00pm G42_1.04  or NATHAN: Thursday 20 September, 1.00pm–2.00pm N76 (Campus Heart) 1.01 register here

  • In person consultations – 15-20 mins by appointment at Nathan and Gold Coast campuses
For students looking for face to face support to navigate the BusinessPLUS program and workbook. Email businessplus@griffith.edu.au to make an appointment.

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 Free Value Based Leadership training coming soon

Mentoring at Griffith is offering 
students the opportunity to work with coaching company Character Builders to further develop  leadership skills. What you stand for and how you enact your values is important. This free Values Based Leadership training, delivered in five short online modules, sent to you on a weekly basis, will help you answer these questions. Register today.

Looking to enhance your employability by upskilling in Data Analytics?

Griffith business students have exclusive access to a free workshop series consisting of two half-days of lab-based training covering: (1) basic data management (2) visualisation (3) predictive analytics (4) web scraping & text analytics. A hands-on problem-solving experience in using Python will be emphasised through a series of real-world examples. Attendees completing all (four) sections of the workshop will be granted an electronic attendance certificate and participation contributes to the ENRICH element of the BusinessPLUS program.

Note: Participants must have completed 1305AFE Business Data Analysis, or equivalent
When: Monday 23 and Tuesday 24 October, 9.30am–1.00pm
Where: Nathan campus (N50_1.03)
Places limited! Register here.