Latest Rankings Place AIB’s MBA at #4 in Australia and #10 in the World
The International Graduate Forum has ranked AIB’s MBA as 4th in Australia and 10th in the world according to the latest rankings released in the Winter 2014/15 edition of CEO Magazine (UK).
2015 also marks the third consecutive year that AIB has participated in the ranking and taken its place among the top 20 MBAs internationally and within the top 4 in Australia, above many other well-known business schools.
AIB Joint-CEO, Joel Abraham, said that while he sees the business school as a silent achiever that doesn’t boast about its accomplishments, he is extremely proud of what the institute, its students, graduates and staff have achieved.
“I am thrilled to announce that AIB has made a stellar performance throughout 2014, once again continuing its success as a leading business school and achieving rankings that provide further validation that the AIB 12 Month MBA programme is one of the best in Australia and the world,” Mr Abraham said.
“As a company we continue go from strength to strength, improving our results in several KPIs and proving that the practical learning model taught at AIB far exceeds the traditional, theoretical model taught at most other institutions,” he said.
“The result is also a testament to the highest quality standards, business/career enhancements and practical approach that our alumni from over 70 countries have experienced over the past 30 years.”
Oxford College of Business is the approved Teaching Centre to deliver the AIB MBA in Sri Lanka. The Chairman of Oxford College of Business, Dr. Ranasinghe, commenting on the rankings of the 12 Month AIB MBA stated, “We are very proud to be associated with promoting one of the best MBA programmes in the world.
The quality standards maintained by AIB are very high and it is not a surprise to see the AIB’s 12 Month MBA programme rated among the very best within Australia and globally.”
The MBA rankings have been compiled based upon key performance indicators considered to be of interest and value to potential students. Thus, international diversity, class sizes, student work experience, faculty-to-student ratios, and faculty credentials – both academic and professional – have been given considerable weight.
SOURCE: CEO Magazine (UK),
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