The Australian Institute of Business’ Master of Business Administration program (the AIB MBA) is a 100% online program that will provide you with the business and leadership skills you will need to thrive in an increasingly uncertain world.
Designed for busy working adults, this MBA program is highly flexible and delivered fully online with interactive, bite-sized content and personalized student support.
With a strong industry focus, the AIB MBA equips you with contemporary leadership and management knowledge that can be immediately applied in business and the workplace as you progress in your studies.
Our highly social Student Learning Portal is not only the gateway to current, industry-informed content, but it also connects you with academics and students across Canada, Australia and around the world. Through online discussion forums, social media and interactive webinars you will have the opportunity to access vibrant, professional community that learns and collaborates freely.
The Australian Institute of Business (AIB) is a fully accredited Business School in Australia with its qualifications equivalent to those issued by Australian universities. Thousands of AIB students have completed the AIB MBA and successfully graduated, while working full time. In fact, flexible study options have made AIB the largest online MBA provider in Australia.* It’s also one of the reasons why our MBA has been so well received in Canada.
Canadians form the second largest cohort of AIB students and graduates (after Australians, of course!). Currently there are over 600 students from Canada and with every term more Canadians joining our programs, you’ll always find your fellow compatriots studying with you. We have a global network of more than 10,000 students and alumni in over 90 countries.
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* With three times more students than our closest competitor, we’re leaders in the Australian online MBA space. Join over 3,200 students currently studying with the experts in online education. [Source: 2019 Higher Education Statistics, Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE); provided December 2020]