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The Fast-Track MBA

Designed for busy working professionals, this fully online MBA course is highly flexible and delivered with interactive, bite-sized content and personalised student support.

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Alumni Engagement

Your connection with AIB

As an AIB graduate, there are a number of ways you can maintain your connection with your alma mater, continue your career development journey in conjunction with AIB and contribute to the future of the school.

Connect with Fellow Graduates

Stay connected, network and engage with your peers by joining our exclusive Facebook and LinkedIn AIB groups below.

Continue building lifelong connections, share industry insights and discover new career prospects via LinkedIn.
Join the LinkedIn Group
Reunite with former classmates on Facebook, exchange industry expertise, and stay ahead in business.
Join the Facebook Group
Explore and connect with students and alumni across the world who study with AIB.
Explore LinkedIn Community

Upcoming events for the AIB Community

11
Jul

Join us for relaxed night of networking at the Chelsea Hotel on July 11th 2024

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12
Jul

On July 12th 2024, we invite all graduands who have successfully completed their studies from Term 1, 2014 – Term 1, 2024 to attend the inaugral Canadian Graduation Ceremony at Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

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17
Jul

Join us for a relaxed night of networking at The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver on July 17th 2024.

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Write for AIB’s Industry Publication

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 alumni and the wider student community. Since its inception, AIB Review is now distributed to over 200,000 alumni, current students and community members, with readership growing with each issue.

As the AIB alumni community is filled with seasoned professionals from diverse backgrounds, with enormous collective experience among them, alumni members are invited to contribute written articles for publication in AIB Review. This allows alumni to develop their authorship skills, showcase their unique professional insights and knowledge, and have their reflections on current industry trends read by our large community of business professionals.

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Ask Me Anything with AIB’s Alumni Leaders

Tap into the power of peer career support and professional networking with AIB’s Ask Me Anything program.

Introducing AIB’s Alumni Leaders – an impressive and professionally diverse lineup of leaders within our graduate community who fellow AIB graduates, current students and anyone considering study with AIB can connect and network with. Our Alumni Leaders have volunteered to give back to the AIB community by sharing their wealth of knowledge and insights with those seeking professional or career advice and peer to peer networking opportunities. With this Ask Me Anything style program, you can filter profiles based on expertise, industry, field and location – and then connect on LinkedIn to start a conversation.

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Join AIB’s Alumni Industry Panels

AIB’s Alumni Industry Panels were formed in 2020 to harness the expertise, insights and experiences of our diverse and highly skilled alumni members, and consult on current trends plus challenges within their industries. The five panels convene quarterly to consult on what’s happening in the business world right now, how to evolve the MBA learning content based on that, and how AIB can continuously improve the student experience for all. The panels are:

  • Leadership and Human Resource Management Alumni Panel
  • Marketing and Entrepreneurship Alumni Panel
  • Finance and Corporate Governance Alumni Panel
  • Operations and Supply Chain Strategy Alumni Panel
  • Customer Experience (CX) Alumni Panel

Chaired by Discipline Leaders and AIB’s Alumni Manager, the panels have proven to be a highly engaging and mutually beneficial initiative, allowing the members to network with fellow alumni in their field and deepen industry insights through shared knowledge. For AIB, ongoing alumni consultation has proven to be highly beneficial in the development of new initiatives, the implementation of relevant case studies into subject learning, and in helping to steer the future of AIB.

Continue your education with AIB

Completed your postgraduate AIB studies and found you’ve developed a passion and thirst for learning? There are two ways that you can further your learning with AIB.

Undertake a Research Degree

For graduates, the MBA learning journey often unlocks an interest in a particular business discipline or current business problem, and with that a desire to contribute to practice or enact change. AIB’s research degrees are distinguished by their focus on work-applied learning and applied research methodologies such as action research, case research and mixed methods to produce a thesis that contributes directly to business practice. 

In addition to AIB’s research higher degrees – Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) – we also offer two pathway courses – Graduate Certificate in Research Methodologies (GCRM) and Master of Management (MMgt).

AIB MBA graduates with a GPA of credit average (5.0) or higher are automatically eligible for the DBA, and all graduates are eligible for the GCRM and MMgt. Contact the Research Team for more information.

Learn more about AIB’s Research Higher Degrees >

Complete additional MBA study to earn a second Master’s degree

For those who are eager for MBA-level learning in a familiar mode, AIB MBA graduates are able to return to MBA study and complete additional elective subjects that they weren’t able to fit in to their first degree. The best part… you can achieve your second MBA by completing just 4 subjects.

This offering for AIB alumni allows you to receive subject credits for up to two-thirds of the MBA you have already completed, leaving just the final stage (3 electives or specialist subjects + new Project subject) to complete to receive a second qualification. Depending on your current career and learning goals, you can choose a specialisation pathway to earn a specialised MBA, or handpick the elective subjects of interest to you to earn a general (unspecialised) postgraduate business degree.

It’s a great option for those who have changed careers or learning needs since their MBA and would now benefit from adding a specialised degree to their CV, or anyone interested in undertaking additional learning.

Contact the Enrolment Team for more information on enrolling in a second MBA >

Contact our Alumni Team for more information on Alumni Benefits and Offerings

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