Join a club
Getting involved in a club or student association offers you the opportunity to pursue a special interest, develop new skills and make new friends. There are more than 120 clubs across our campuses ranging from educational and professional to social, cultural and sporting.
Griffith Business School hosts a number of clubs and associations. Read more about some of our most active clubs below.
New clubs alert!
GBS Tourism, Sport and Hotet Management Club
GBS Marketing Club
These two new clubs will be launching soon. Contact Ms Joanne Fairclough, Student Development Coordinator on email@example.com for more information.
Griffith Business Students' Association (GBSA)
GBSA runs a bi-annual Textbook Fair at the Nathan and Gold Coast campuses (usually in Weeks 1 and 2, of trimester 1 and 2), an end of year Gala Ball for business and commerce students, plus other social and professional events for GBS students throughout the year.
Griffith Employment Relations and Human Resource Management Society (GERHRMS)
Griffith ER and HRM Societies (Nathan and Gold Coast) runindustry networking events and social activities which aim to improve student employability and professional skills for students interested in HRM and Employment Relations. Students can participate in activities at both the Gold Coast and Nathan campuses.
Griffith ER & HRM Society: Gold Coast
Griffith ER & HRM Society: Nathan
Griffith Government & International Relations Society (GGIRS)
The GGIRS is a club for informed academic debate of all things political; from local domestic policy to international relations. We aim to create a social and positive environment to engage with people from all over the policy world to enhance our own perspectives to understand and solve the problems of an ever more complex world. Come and join us and add your voice to the discussion that directs your world!
Griffith University Student Accounting Association (GUSAA)
GUSAA is a Gold Coast based non-profit student-driven organisation for those wishing to pursue a career in accounting. This club - based at the Gold Coast campus - organises regular social and networking events, and consultation sessions to assist students in the transition from study to the workplace.
Griffith University Association of Commerce (GUAC)
Griffith University Accounting & Finance Association (GUAFA) and Griffith Investment & Trading Association) have recently merged to become Griffith Association of Commerce (GUAC). GUAC aims to provide opportunities for students to explore their professional and educational interests in commerce (notably in finance, accounting, economics and financial planning), and to network with like-minded students.
- Email: GUACommerce@gmail.com
The Griffith Economics and Finance Student Association
The Griffith Economics and Finance Student Association (EFSA) is a rapidly expanding Gold Coast based club which links students with the commerce industry, the academic team and peers through a range of events held regularly throughout the semester. EFSA has a strong presence on Online and Social Media Channels covering updates regarding the association as well as other general and financial news.
Pro Bono Econos
ProBonoEconos is a recently founded pro bono economics consulting organization which aims to coordinate the provision of pro bono economics consulting services to small not-for-profits and social enterprises. These services include benefit-cost & cost-effectiveness analyses, social impact quantification, quantitative impact evaluation, econometric modelling, and impact-maximization/cost-minimization advice. ProBonoEconos desires to foster within economics the same well-established tradition of pro bono consulting found in the Australian legal industry.
Other clubs and societies
Griffith has many other clubs, societies, associations and committees in which students are invited to get involved.