AIB & CEO Mag – Support in MBA education, how online-first providers compare.

AIB & CEO Mag – Support in MBA education, how online-first providers compare.

Long before the pandemic hit, busy working working professionals were gravitating towards online education for self-development rather than attend in-person institutions. However, for traditional institutions the transition to online has been little-more than a knee jerk reaction to the forced migration thanks to the pandemic. But why?

Recently, CEO Magazine spoke with our CEO Jo Thomas and Mulyadi Robin, Associate Dean of Teaching & Learning at AIB to ask this very question, and more importantly, to gain insight on how online-first institutions, like AIB compare, particularly when it come to support.

In this article CEO Mag explores how AIB incorporate support in a virtual world at every angle to ensure their students receive tailored support that meets their needs and elevates them to succeed, not only as a student, but as a professional.

“The future of online learning has only just begun. I am immensely proud to lead an organisation like AIB that is at forefront of this shift and reshaping business education to be more accessible and better meet the needs of modern leaders. There are many more exciting things to come.” Jo Thomas on the future of online education.

Originally posted in CEO Magazine Volume 38

*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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