AIB welcomes more students to St. Lucia

AIB welcomes more students to St. Lucia

PRESS RELEASE – The NRDF welcomed a new cohort of AIB Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) students last month.

The renowned Australian-based Business School has over 30 years of history and approved its first and only Teaching Centre in Saint Lucia, the National Research and Development Foundation (NRDF), over four years ago.

The NRDF has since filled four major BBA and nine MBA intakes.

AIB Programme Coordinator at the NRDF, Jacqueline Scott, commented, “We are extremely pleased to welcome these new students to the NRDF-AIB family and look forward to working with them through what will be one of the biggest steps of their lives. AIB has developed a convenient and accelerated learning model which allows students to earn a fully accredited Bachelor’s degree in two years and a Master’s degree in as little as 12 months, all while they work full-time.”

Potential students who missed the September start still have the opportunity to join the BBA or MBA programme in October.

BBA applicants are encouraged to submit their applications by 11 October 2014 and MBA applicants – by 16 October 2014, as places are limited and the next intakes will not be starting until January 2015.


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  1. I yearn for the A.I.B. to bring Risk Management and ESPECIALLY --- all types of Engineering degrees to Saint Lucia. Everything else can be just be regarded another substitutable online course. The same old ... same old. No competitive advantage.

    Why bother with bar-stooling (alternative meaning) people like Kaltrz, who seem to have ABSOLUTELY nothing important at all to say?




    • Jobs are created by ideas and innovation. If you are not contributing to job creation you can't criticise private educational institutions that give persons the opportunity to do distance learning.

      A lot of persons work their entire lives and can't get a promotion /better job because they don't have an advanced degree. But they can't afford to quit their jobs and pay for an advanced degree. Institutions like these help working individuals reach their educational and career goals.

      When you have more persons attaining their advance degree, you create a more talented work force and future business leaders.

      I know getting my BBA was one of the best decisions I made for my career. If not I'd be still making an average salary in a dead end job.

      Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
      -Nelson Mandela


      • well said, I do not depend on public or private sector for education gave me that option, to be creative and become self sufficient. I scoff at the idea of depending on government for employment.


        • When will we ever get to learn that government does not create sustainable employment. The lame-brained politicians can only manage smoke and mirror, revolving-musical-chairs, keep-us-in-poverty, vote-for-de-party TEMPORARY JOBS? When?


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