Five Griffith Business School students reached the finals of the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Research Challenge organised by the CFA Society Sydney again in 2014. The Griffith team members were Braydon Garde (Bachelor of Commerce), Michaela Emingerova (Bachelor of International Business), Daniel Roos (Bachelor of Commerce), Sonja Kobinger (team captain, PhD candidate) and Benjamin […]
Griffith Business School students have taken out first, second and third place in the 2014 AMP University Challenge.
Productivity is a key global issue that the G20 Summit leaders need to address when they converge on Brisbane in November, according to a prominent Australian economist. If the Summit does tackle the slowing global economy, then the ‘Brisbane G20′ may well be known for making a significant contribution to the world, Saul Eslake said […]
By Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Professor Michael Powell The opening of the Griffith Business School’s new building on the Gold Coast represents a milestone in a remarkable journey of transformation and growth. On one hand it is exciting to celebrate the official opening and all the opportunities and inspiration it will bring to our students […]
Griffith Business School has been rated in the top 200 globally in the prestigious 2014 Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU).
An exciting new era for Gold Coast business begins today with the opening of the $38 million Griffith Business School building.
Griffith Business School’s new $38 million building represents the type of growth that is helping the Gold Coast build a prosperous future, says Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Professor Michael Powell