Committed to preparing the next generation of responsible business leaders for the future world of work.

At Griffith Business School you will learn from award winning teachers and have access to world-class research. On top of that you will have access to a multitude of opportunities including leadership programs, work-integrated learning and professional development opportunities, and graduate placement programs.

Our industry connections and partnerships offer our students a wealth of opportunities. With the option for industry experience in most of our degrees, you could learn through work placement, overseas field trips or industry projects for real clients.

At Griffith Business School we will not only support your career ambitions, we will invigorate them with a structured plan of activities provided by BusinessPLUS, helping you to develop and sharpen the skills that give you an edge in today’s job market. And once you graduate, you will be part of the Schools global alumni network offering a range of professional development and networking events, as well as connecting you to more that 50,000 engaged alumni spread across the globe.

Study business at Griffith

We offer a range of business degrees geared towards preparing you with the skills to succeed. From commerce to human resources, event management to asian studies we'll get you future set and ready.

2020 GriffithBUSINESS Responsible Leaders of the Future Conference

We are currently designing a full-day program that will provide high school students with an experience where they will be challenged to problem solve, develop ideas and suggest solutions which reimagine how organisations and leaders face current challenges. Students will work together with a diverse and talented cohort to explore how they can disrupt traditional models in order to contribute to a prosperous and sustainable future. Learning outcomes include employability, networking and adaptability skills, as well as utilisation in high school curriculum.

We will be seeking collaboration and feedback from schools and teachers as we design the interdisciplinary program; and will be looking at ways to embed your curriculum into the program and associated challenges.

We will deliver the conference over our two primary locations, Gold Coast and South Bank, and it will be open to years 10, 11 and 12 students. Please save the date for your preferred location.

  • Gold Coast: Monday 25 May 2020
  • South Bank: Wednesday 27 May 2020

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Where could your degree take you?

Our business and government degrees can prepare you for exciting careers in a wide range of industries and professions. Depending on your degree, you may find opportunities in all levels of government departments or agencies, private enterprise, consultancy, politics, tourism, marketing, management, finance or not-for-profit organisations.

Check out some of our recent graduate stories to see where your degree could take you.

Guaranteed Admission Scheme

The Guaranteed Admission Scheme gives you more certainty about your future study choices. To provide more opportunities for students from a range of backgrounds, our new scheme includes guaranteed admission for OP 1-10 or ATAR 80+ students and for those who have completed a VETqualification. This expands on the current OP 1-6 or ATAR 90+ guarantee.

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Scholarships and prizes

In 2020 Griffith Business School will have more than $2.3 million in funding available to support student scholarships.

We currently offer a suite of scholarships, prizes and awards to support and encourage students in their study endeavours.

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Application support nights

We can help you take the first or final step on your university application journey.

Register to attend one our Application Support Nights to receive personalised assistance from our study advisers to start or complete your undergraduate QTAC application.

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FREQUENTLY UNASKED QUESTIONS

All the answers to the questions you won't find on a typical university FAQ page

Is it hard to make friends at uni?

No way! Everyone’s nervous but if you can make one friend, you can make more. Find someone who is more socially awkward than you are and start from there.

Is there fun stuff to do on campus?

There’s loads of fun to be had on campus: we’ve got reptile displays, free food, a League of Legends club, quiz night at the Uni Bar, just to name a few.

How many hours do I really need to study?

About 8-10 hours per course per week (which flies by if you love studying). But this is really only a guide, you should study until you feel comfortable.