AIB & CEO Mag on – The Cost of Not Getting an MBA

Last modified 06 March 2024
AIB & CEO Mag on – The Cost of Not Getting an MBA

In an employment market that seems to be getting more competitive by the day, the demand to differentiate is great than ever.

Recently, Alexandra Skinner of London’s CEO Magazine spoke with Jo Thomas, AIB CEO to uncover the true cost of an MBA and the potential size of one’s return on investment when purchasing an MBA.

“The average MBA in Australia costs $57,353, but that is just one part of the investment. Even though our MBA is significantly less than this, we still encourage students to think about the investment of time as a key factor in making decisions about studying an MBA.”

Originally posted in CEO Mag – Volume 37


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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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