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Dream of being your own boss?
Do you want to learn how to identify new business opportunities, assess them for feasibility and gather the resources to start a new business venture? Can you see the value of knowing how to set up and operate a successful business before you take the leap?
Entrepreneurship gives you the strategic know-how to start up and sell new business ventures. You can create a dynamic career moving from employment to self-employment and back again. Pursue the long-term growth of a business you are passionate about or step from one venture to another.
Study entrepreneurship at Griffith
I’m ready for the future of business
Meet Caitlene Hillman, Griffith business student and AFR top 100 future leader. International opportunities during her degree have given her first-hand experience of current trends, ensuring she’s job ready for the future of business.
Look before you leap
Too many small businesses collapse too soon. Find out why and gain the entrepreneurial skills to bring your ideas to life. A Griffith Business School entrepreneurship and self-employment major is a toolbox for startups. Use it to develop a valuable skill set that includes small-business finance, marketing, human resource management and entrepreneurship.
Hands-on experience, global opportunities
Learn from the people who know best. Along with your classroom lecturers, you’ll learn from industry professionals and discover how business theory applies on the job. Take on a community internship, project-based work placement or Global Mobility internship and gain practical experience, professional skills and connections that will boost your career prospects.
Multiply your career options
Want a unique skill set that gives you an edge in the market? A double major will expand your career options exponentially. Choose a second major from the Bachelor of Business or combine entrepreneurship with a major from the Bachelor of Commerce. Go on to specialise in either field or combine the two and aim high in the working world.
At Logan and online, you can complete your entrepreneurship degree in two years by studying on a three-trimester per year basis. Fast track options are also available at Nathan and the Gold Coast by studying over three trimesters.
Griffith Business School is rated 5-stars for Educational Experience and Teaching Quality in Business and Management by the Good Universities Guide 2018, a leading independent provider of high-quality education and career information.
Jeremy Hartley is making his mark on an international scale. His latest enterprise, Hartley Watches, attracts consumers across the globe. Combined with his successful Teatox Australia initiative—one of the country's biggest weight-loss businesses of its kind—Jeremy's ventures are forecast to turnover more than $1 million in 2016. Studying business at Griffith has reinforced his formidable entrepreneurial savvy and bolstered his confidence in taking new products overseas. 'My studies have helped me to develop and sharpen my skills as an all-round business person,' Jeremy says. 'I've learned about areas like regulation, trademark boundaries and entering different markets. Knowing how governments work in different countries has been very valuable.'
|Bachelor of Business||Online
|Bachelor of Business||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Business||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Business (Honours)||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Business Innovation||Logan
|Graduate Certificate in Research Studies in Business||Online
|Master of Business||Gold Coast
Expand your qualifications and your career options with our range of double degrees. As a double degree graduate, you’ll have a special skill set that will help you stand out with future employers.
It is important to check the degree requirements including placement requirements, before you apply.
Become a researcher
If you are considering ongoing research study, Griffith Business School has a number of disciplines where you can specialise by studying a PHD.
Unsure if you meet the entry requirements?
If you don’t meet the criteria for your degree, you can still come to Griffith. Our admission pathway options can help you improve your selection rank, upgrade to your preferred degree or satisfy subject prerequisites.
We offer three new BusinessPLUS scholarship categories this year, which seek to reward potential as well as excellence - so it’s worthwhile investigating whether you might qualify to receive one. Scholarships can cover tuition fees, education and living expenses. You can apply if you are coming straight from year 12, or if you have left high school and are applying to start an undergraduate university degree. They add to over 600 scholarships available at Griffith. You can also apply for multiple scholarships with just one application; we’ll match you with the Griffith University scholarship you are eligible for and it's free.
What is BusinessPLUS?
When you study Business at Griffith you get more than just a high-quality degree. You get the BusinessPLUS advantage. BusinessPLUS is a program designed to give Griffith business school students the skills and networks they will later rely on in the workplace. Open to any Griffith Business School student, the program caters for beginners as well as those who have more advanced skills. BusinessPLUS combines skills based, career management training with opportunities for internships, our mentoring program and industry engagement projects that introduce you to the business networks you’ll rely on later.
Think strategically and operate smarter
By studying entrepreneurship, you'll gain an understanding of the strategic and operational issues involved in choosing a career in self-employment, starting and selling new businesses, running a small business, or revitalising a family firm.
Entrepreneurial skills add a valuable edge to any skill set:
- Dieticians, nutritionists, personal trainers, doctors, dentists
- Musicians, dancers, actors, artists, designers, music teachers, drama coaches, lawyers
- Engineers, architects, IT consultants, software developers
- Accountants, financial planners, business consultants, marketing professionals
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Get the right start and find out everything you need to know about starting at Griffith.
Tuesday 29 October — Thursday 31 October
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Need help with your university application? Receive personalised advice and assistance from one of our expert study advisers to start and/or complete your university application.
Monday 16 December — Thursday 19 December
Explore your options
If your OP or ATAR result changes your direction, chat online with our expert study advisers to explore your study options. Find out about admissions pathways, entry requirements and changing your preferences.