I'm interested in
My child is interested in
Where would you like to study?
Where would your child like to study?
Professional development and short courses
- We offer a range of professional development courses.
- Find out more
Help change the way we do business
In an era where companies are regularly 'named and shamed' for environmental or human rights abuses, companies are recognising that sustainable business practices can help them rise above the competition and stay there.
Today's business leaders need to balance the needs of business, communities and the environment. Corporate social responsibility and sustainability have emerged as global management priorities. An organisation's impact on environmental and social issues is as important as the bottom line. A lack of commitment to these issues can result in increasing public scrutiny, with serious consequences for an organisation's future and its employees.
NEW scholarships - Second round applications close 3 Feb
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.
Study sustainable business at Griffith
Learn to think differently
Griffith’s sustainable enterprise major teaches you the triple bottom line approach to business, balancing profits, people and the planet. As a leading business school, Griffith’s courses focus on what matters now. You’ll gain the skills and knowledge necessary to manage the sustainability needs of organisations, and develop the analytical, communication and decision-making skills to implement sustainable business solutions.
Multiply your career options
Combine your sustainable enterprise degree with studies from another area and double your career opportunities without doubling your study time. In as little as four years, you can graduate with a unique skill set that will give you an edge in the employment market. A double degree allows you to make your passion profitable and build a career that is as unique as your interests.
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.
Hit the ground running
Get into the workforce faster by gaining important hands-on experience with a real company or community organisation. Through our project-based work placements, community and global internships, you can put what you learn into practice and earn credit towards your degree.
Griffith business graduate
Griffith University alumnus Emily Hayward always knew she loved economics. What she didn’t know was how useful her Sustainable Enterprise major in Business would be in tackling one of the world’s most challenging problems – how to save the Great Barrier Reef. As an economist at the industry leading firm Deloitte Access Economics, Emily credits her time in the Griffith Business School as a major driving force behind her love for environmental economics. “Griffith opened my eyes up to how economics can be used to create meaningful change in a number of different ways” she explains. “This really showed me how economics can provide robust arguments in support of environmental protection, which motivated my internship at an environmental consulting firm and subsequently led to my honours thesis in environmental economics.
|Bachelor of Business||Online
|Bachelor of Business||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Business||Nathan
|Bachelor of Business (Honours)||Gold Coast
|Bachelor of Social Science||Gold Coast
|Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Management||Gold Coast
|Graduate Certificate in Research Studies in Business||Online
|Master of Business||Gold Coast
|Master of Business Administration||Online
|Master of Business Administration||Gold Coast
|Master of Global Development||Nathan
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.
The future of successful business
Graduates who understand the triple bottom line concepts of corporate social responsibility, coupled with financial and environmental sustainability, will be in hot demand. In the wake of the global financial crisis and the general dissatisfaction with current corporate ethics, government and industry bodies perceive this to be the future of any successful business.
Sustainable business graduates can expect to find employment with leading organisations who are taking a leadership role in this emerging area of business. Financial institutions, the building and construction industry, and government departments are just some of the ever expanding areas where consideration of sustainability principles is becoming core to the fabric of the workplace.
13 Dec 2018
GBS Student Leaders’ India Project Sees Local Children Blossom
07 Dec 2018
How Griffith’s Social Entrepreneurs in Residence program helped Food Connect buy a home
Saturday 16 December — Thursday 21 December
Know Your Options - Online
Chat online with our expert study advisers after you have received your entry score, to discuss your study options. Find out about pathways, entry requirements and program options, plus what you can do if your score was higher or lower than expected.
*Excluding Sunday 17 December.
Sunday 11 August — Sunday 11 August
Open Day 2019
With 240 information sessions, activities and tours across our Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses, discover what’s possible at Griffith.