3 Reasons Why The MBA Is An Achievable Qualification

3 Reasons Why The MBA Is An Achievable Qualification

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a well-known qualification which requires a great deal of commitment and perseverance to complete. As such, it is also not considered to be an everyday degree and people do shy away from it as a result. The achievability of a degree is certainly something to take into consideration when choosing your study path. If you’re wondering whether the MBA is an achievable qualification, read below to find out three reasons why it is:

1. Programme structure

Not every programme is structured in the same way, however at higher education providers such as The Australian Institute of Business (AIB), the MBA is an achievable course designed for students to achieve the highest possible pass rate. The experienced lecturers work together with students to ensure course materials are understood and able to be applied. There is a large focus on demonstrating the material in a practical sense, which sees the student truly understand the concepts. In addition, each subject has a take-home assignment as well as an open book exam, which allows the student the best chance at achieving a pass mark. 

2. Flexibility

If your concern is in regards to time management and whether you have enough time to complete the degree, then you must look for a flexible MBA programme. The AIB MBA is an achievable 12-month programme, which allows students to stop and start where they wish. For example, if you can study in the month of January, but are going on holiday in February, you may resume the programme in March. Being a distance-learning MBA, the programme is structured around your commitments, allowing it to be very flexible. In addition, you can study anywhere and anytime, therefore making it achievable even for those who have odd working hours.  

3. Work-applied learning

With a focus on work-applied learning, the AIB MBA is an achievable programme due to the ability to apply the content directly into your role. If going back to study is something that you are worried about, this unique learning method easily allows for you to apply the theories discussed in the programme. When you are able to see the connection between theory and practice, learning becomes an easier process and assignments should be completed without great difficulty.

What do you think?

Are you questioning whether the MBA is an achievable degree to obtain? If yes, do the above reasons bring you more clarity for your decision? I’d love to hear the views of all students, past and present – comment them below.


This article was written by Laura Hutton on behalf of the Australian Institute of Business. All opinions are that of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of AIB.

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