The amazing health facilities available to Griffith students provide ideal learning environments for hands-on experiences. I have particularly loved attending anatomy practicals in the G40 building. Getting to work with cadaveric material has definitely helped so much with solidifying the knowledge gained in lectures. Truly an experience like no other!
It is hard to pick out just one aspect of my Griffith experience. I think that being recognised for hard work has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my time at Griffith, as it can be hard for an international student with limited network to maintain motivation throughout the degree.
The highlight of my Griffith experience so far is being selected as one of the Griffith International Postgraduate excellence Scholarship awardee. The scholarship eased my financial burden and enabled me to dedicate more time to my studies. I was then able to acquire new knowledge and skills that will go a long way in influencing my emerging practice framework.
I wanted to study at Griffith University because I heard that the degree I wanted to pursue is one of the best ones in the world. I thought it would be beneficial in the future to have Griffith Uni as my university in my resume since it is recognised worldwide.
It is obvious that a lot of resources have been put into the Bachelor of Tourism and Hotel Management here at Griffith. Therefore, my experience has been full of opportunities to learn beyond the classroom and grow in this area of study.
The highlights of my Griffith experience thus far are the amazing people I’ve had the opportunity to meet as well as all the valuable information I’ve been able to learn! I love what I’m learning and I am equipped with all the right resources to support my learning.
Feedback from teachers and the university in general has been a huge motivational factor for me to continue wanting to achieve more and push on through. Also, one particular highlight was the industry experience internship I did in my undergraduate studies. I got to work at the Radio Metro radio station, which was a very valuable experience and super fun!