This study examines the impact of financial development on economic growth with the multiplier effect of the higher education by employing yearly data covering the years between 1990 and 2018 measured in TL. The results reached could shape the policies in achieving sustainable economic growth. Co-integration between the series are tested with ARDL based bounds test; since Zivot-Andrews structural unit root test results showed that variables are integrated at different orders. Furthermore, FMOLS and DOLS are applied to check for robustness. Moreover, Toda-Yamamoto Causality test is employed to test for the causal relationship between the series. Results show that there is a bidirectional causal relationship between financial depth and economic growth; and unidirectional causal relationships from money supply to financial depth, from economic growth and financial depth to education sector. Diagnostic and stability tests results confirm the reliability and stability of the parameters of the model employed.