AIB Review is our very own digital quarterly industry publication that brings the expertise and insights of the AIB community to trending issues in the business world. It is part of AIB’s commitment to deliver ongoing value to our past and present student community.
Welcome to the Australian Institute of Business (AIB), a 34-year-old business school that delivers practical, high quality and innovative education to its students.
One of the primary roles of an Academic Board is to foster excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship and research. It is a role that we take very seriously here at AIB, and one that determines the nature of the oversight given to the AIB programmes and academic activities.
AIB provides students with the opportunity to apply their studies directly to the workplace, resulting in fast returns on investment for both students and their employers.
AIB is highly regarded, both nationally and internationally, offering the full suite of business degrees, including the prestigious PhD and the largest MBA in Australia (Australian Government Department of Education & Training, 2016 data).
The AIB research themes are aligned to investigating practical, contemporary and relevant ‘real world’ business problems using applied business research methodologies in close collaboration with colleagues and industry.
Sustainable Development: including business response to climate change, water crisis, modern slavey in supply chain, sustainable development goals, financial planning, digital marketing communication;
Digitalisation: including automation, robotics, and online work, future of global operations/supply networks, big data, artificial intelligence, on-line teaching and learning for working adults;
The AIB student and alumni community is made up of over 16,000 business professionals, entrepreneurs and industry leaders, living and working across 95 countries.
Coming from a range of professional backgrounds, industries and education levels, the AIB community is a highly diverse global cohort, and we’re incredibly proud of their successes. Hear what our graduates have to say about their experience at the Australian Institute of Business.
AIB is registered as a higher education provider in Australia by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), the sole government body in Australia authorised to register institutions of higher education, including universities.
The TEQSA National Register provides a central access point to accredited qualifications offered by registered higher education providers.
The Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) is the national policy for regulated qualifications in Australian education and training. It incorporates the qualifications from each education and training sector into a single comprehensive national qualifications framework.
AIB’s MBA is nationally accredited in Canada by the National Centre for Management Accreditation (NCMA) of the Canadian Institute of Management (CIM).