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The future is bright for finance graduates

Today's financial professionals are as dynamic as the industry they work in, and in huge demand all over the world.

The finance industry is global and goes way beyond handling money and balancing accounts. Studying finance at Griffith will help you understand how international events influence local economies, how to apply sustainable solutions to real global issues and social concerns affecting business, government and the community.

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Study finance at Griffith

Join the new way of thinking

If you have an analytical mind and are excited about numbers and shaping the future of business, a major in finance could be for you. You’ll study a variety of finance-related subjects including banking, financial institution management, financial instruments and markets, risk management, investment management, and sustainable investing. Learn from industry leaders in state-of-the-art trading rooms and through practical placements. You'll even have the opportunity to manage and invest real money in our Student Investment Fund, which will give you the edge when it comes to employment.

Learn in the state-of-the-art trading rooms

You’ll learn in financial trading rooms featuring state-of-the-art Refinitiv Workspace Terminals. Refinitiv is a leading global provider of 24-hour financial news and information, including real-time and historic price data, financial data, trading news and analyst coverage. It is well known for the Cloud-based Workspace Terminal - an integrated platform that streams together price data, financials, news and trading data and is one of the finance industry's most widely used sources for financial information.

Queensland’s largest student-managed investment fund

The Student Investment Fund provides finance students with access to Queensland’s largest student-managed investment fund, totalling $250,000. Finance students can analyse, evaluate and invest in socially responsible, ASXlisted companies. Proceeds support our Student Bursaries.

AACSB Accredited

Griffith Business School is an accredited member of AACSB International which means our business degrees are internationally recognised for excellence and outstanding business education. It’s the most prestigious accreditation a business school can earn.

Michael Pennisi

Chief Executive Officer, QSuper

“Funds such as the Student Investment Fund are invaluable as education tools to equip the next wave of investment leaders for careers in banking, finance and investment management.”

Michael Pennisi

Study to suit your lifestyle


BusinessPLUS is a program for business students designed to build skills employers are looking for through a structured program of activities.

The program is completed over the course of your studies and will assist you to develop qualities sought after by employers

Student Leadership Program

Build your leadership skills with this two-year program for undergraduate business students.

The Student Leadership Program offers a leadership development camp; opportunities to represent the School—and the University—at events; and a unique international community engagement experience.

Peta Wilton

While studying a double degree in finance and law at Griffith, Peta Wilton brandished her well-used passport on a regular basis. Thirty countries in three years complemented her tertiary education with a global outlook that has served her well. Many of her overseas ventures were associated with opportunities gained through the Student Academy of Excellence, internship programs and international exchange. Peta credits her overseas experience with giving her an edge in the employment market. She also had an advantage when the time came to look ahead to life after university. Her connection with Griffith's Careers and Employment Service led to an offer to work with KPMG's audit division on the Gold Coast.

Peta Wilton

More scholarships than ever before!

From 2024 Griffith will be offering over 1000 scholarships helping students to cover living and education expenses.

Scholarships are free to apply and offer support for academic achievement, relocation, First Peoples, sports achievement and others. One application form, all scholarships considered.

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Career outcomes

Skills to take you all over the world

You’ll be well prepared for work in a variety of financial roles such as banker, credit analyst, investment banker, investment analyst, research analyst, stockbroker, financial adviser and more. Opportunities also exist in insurance and superannuation, futures, options, and foreign exchange trading.

Key employment sectors:

  • banking and financial services
  • government and treasury
  • not-for-profit
  • consultancies and enterprises

Potential job outcomes:

  • Accountant
  • Economist
  • Provisional financial adviser*
  • Treasurer
  • Adviser
  • Client services officer
  • Para-planner
  • Stockbroker

*Additional work and training required to qualify as a financial adviser.

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Life at Griffith

You can gain more than just a degree at Griffith. With plenty of opportunities to balance life and study, you can make memories and mates to last a lifetime.

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Monday 3 March — Saturday 14 June

Trimester 1 - 2025

Our first teaching trimester starts on 3 March.

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Monday 14 July — Saturday 25 October

Trimester 2 - 2025

Our second teaching trimester starts on 14 July.

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Monday 3 November — Saturday 21 February

Trimester 3 - 2025

Our third teaching trimester starts on 3 November.

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