AIB Reaffirms Tier 1 Global Status and Top 5 Position in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings 2024 

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AIB Reaffirms Tier 1 Global Status and Top 5 Position in CEO Magazine’s Global MBA Rankings 2024 

We are thrilled that AIB has once again confirmed its Tier 1 Global Status for the third consecutive year and has maintained its position as one of Australia’s top 5 online MBAs for the second year, ranking 25th globally. These accolades underscore AIB’s commitment to delivering a world-class education that prepares leaders for the challenges of a rapidly evolving global business landscape. 

Launched in 2012, CEO Magazine’s annual Global MBA Rankings has become a key indicator of excellence, profiling MBA programs across 24 countries. This year, the rankings have grown by 13%, evaluating 139 schools and 284 programs. Notably, the online MBA category witnessed significant growth, with 16 new programs entering the rankings for the first time. 

Our Acting Academic Dean, Associate Professor Mulyadi Robin, expressed his enthusiasm for this achievement, stating, “With the release of CEO Magazine’s Online MBA rankings today, AIB has reaffirmed its Tier 1 Global Status for the third successive year, again ranking 5th in Australia for the second year in a row and has placed 25th globally.” He highlighted the CEO Magazine Ranking as an “independent trust indicator” that comprehensively reviews the quality of MBA programs, factoring in faculty expertise, accreditation, and professional development. 

This accomplishment is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the AIB staff and the valuable contributions of our students and alumni across our various committees, advisory panels, and boards. Their input has been crucial in ensuring our programs remain contemporary and lead the way in business education innovation. 

As we celebrate nearly four decades of transforming lives through practical education, these rankings are a milestone that inspires us to continue our mission of redefining what’s possible in business education. Mulyadi expressed his gratitude, stating, ‘On behalf of all of us at AIB, I’d like to thank our 16,000 students and alumni globally for entrusting us with your education. You have inspired us to continue to do better and deliver a class-leading student experience, and these ranking results are as much your achievement as they are ours.’  

Anneliese Searle
As AIB's Brand and Communications Manager, Anneliese holds a Bachelor's in marketing and psychology. With experience in B2B, recruitment, education, and residential services, she's now studying her MBA at AIB. In London, she chaired PRCA's NextGen group, backing emerging PR professionals.

*The Australian Institute of Business (AIB) is Australia’s largest provider of MBAs. Source Ready, B. (2023) Domestic Enrolments Surged During COVID After International Students Locked Out, MBA News. Available at: MBA News.

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