How Kwong Chuen Conquered The MBA: One Bite at a Time

Completely exceeding his own expectations, by the end of his degree, Kwong had earned an impressive distinction average and secured the promotion at work he’d been after.

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AIB in the News: Master of Your Destiny

A university degree is no longer a prerequisite to postgraduate study, with increasing numbers of tertiary institutions recognising work experience as a valid pathway to higher-level qualifications.

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Charmaine Marshall Sets Her Sights on Senior Leadership with the MBA

We will be eagerly following Charmaine’s next career move, and wish her all the best as she prepares to move across the country – with her MBA.

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Education Talk: The Demand Driven Funding System and Education Accessibility in Australia

AIB CEO Paul Wappett asks: Are drop-out rates really the measure that we should use to determine value of the demand driven system?

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AIB’s Dr Svetlana De Vos Leads Ground Breaking Study into At-Risk Gamblers

A study by AIB Senior Marketing Lecturer Dr Svetlana De Vos has found the advertising mix that is most likely to make at-risk gamblers act on their desire to seek help.

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Everyday Heroism in Action: Discovering New Horizons with the MBA

Emily Korir and Brett Ferguson aren’t superhuman. They don’t have any supernatural powers. But their obstacles and doubts didn’t hold them back from getting their MBAs. And we think that makes them heroes.

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The MBA Directors Forum: Insights for our Students and Alumni

Our leaders attended the MBA Directors Forum in Melbourne this month and summarised the key learnings for our students and alumni.

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Not-For-Profit HR Insights from Carlie Gross of The Royal Flying Doctor Service

Having found the MBA qualification so valuable to her own career, Carlie is keen to contribute to the MBA experiences of current and future AIB students as an Industry Guest Lecturer.

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Discovering the Power of a Practical MBA: Mark Nesci’s Graduate Story

Prior to embarking on his MBA, Mark Nesci’s career had been diverse, rewarding and successful – he’d achieved a lot! But he was lacking a formal qualification, and he understood that this may have been holding him back.

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