Griffith University will arm the financial leaders of tomorrow with an arsenal of global industry knowledge through its innovative suite of new postgraduate degrees to be unveiled in 2015.
AMP’s financial planning academy Horizons, will launch an online Masters program with Griffith University which will allow candidates to gain a Master of Financial Planning through a flexible program that combines rigorous academic training and practical experience.
The launch of Griffith’s Centre for Personal Finance and Superannuation (GCPFS) comes at a time when Australians are weighing up the potential implications of the country’s newly established retirement age of 70.
As financial advice becomes increasingly important and pertinent to more and more people, the need to professionalise the financial planning industry grows in tandem. Associate Professor Mark Brimble has dedicated his academic energies to this field for a large part of his career, and now his work in the education of the next generation of […]
Griffith University’s telling contribution to the advancement of learning and teaching in Australian higher education has been highlighted with the selection of two academics to receive OLT National Teaching Fellowships. Associate Professor Mark Brimble, Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith Business School, and Professor Jeff Giddings, Griffith Law School, received the prestigious teaching fellowships […]
As Australia’s financial planning industry makes a move towards a more professional and more robust future, Griffith University is leading the way with a program to match. The Griffith Business School’s Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics was the first in the country to secure accreditation for its financial planning program last month under rigorous […]