AIB_BBA

¬†Why should you join the AIB’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Top-up?

  • The only Australian degree entirely delivered in Maldives!
  • Modular course structure allows completion in just 12 months or less (depending on the number of exemptions given), helping you achieve success sooner!
  • Fully accredited and internationally recognized Bachelor‚Äôs degree!
  • Work-applied learning.
  • Affordable programme with convenient payment options!
  • Top-up BBA allows you to succeed faster and build upon previous qualifications!

Course Description
The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) provides students with knowledge and skills in a variety of business areas and covers a range of topics. This programme prepares students for current and future leadership roles by helping them to develop analytical, decision-making, interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. The graduates of BBA may find employment within a number of business-related fields, including accounting, banking, economics, finance, importing and exporting, industrial relations, and marketing or human resource management. Graduates may even elect to be self-employed and run their own businesses.

The Bachelor of Business Administration also provides a solid foundation from which students can pursue postgraduate studies in a range of business management disciplines.

Course Code: AIB-701-54

Awarding Body
This qualification is awarded by the Australian Institute of Business.

MNQF Level
Level 7 Bachelors Degree¬†(view MQA approval¬†–¬†English,¬†Dhivehi).

Academic Requirements
Applicant must meet one of the following minimum entry requirements:

  • ABE Level 6 qualification
  • MAPS Associate‚Äôs Degree in a business related subject
  • Pearson Edexcel HND in a business related subject

Minimum Proficiency in English
Where the applicant’s medium of instruction (at a tertiary level) was not English, the applicant must have obtained:

  • a score of 550 or better on the TOEFL; or
  • a score of 6.0 or better on the IELTS; or
  • a credit or better in English in the GCE ‚ÄúO‚ÄĚ or ‚ÄúA‚ÄĚ levels or equivalent.

Course Structure

Following are the modules of the course, however the number of core, elective and specialization module students needs to complete will depend on their previous qualifications and exemptions awarded.

  • AIB-501-242¬†Business Economics
  • AIB-709-298¬†Marketing Communication
  • AIB-709-299 Operations Management Fundamentals
  • AIB-504-245¬†Introduction to Accounting
  • AIB-701-258¬†Human Resource Development
  • AIB-505-246¬†Marketing Principles and Practice
  • AIB-709-300 Organisational Staffing
  • AIB-601-250¬†International Human Resource Management
  • AIB-608-257¬†Project (Planning)
  • AIB-708-265¬†Project

Duration:
BBA top-up students can complete the programme within up to 12 months excluding the month of Ramadan each year.

Intakes: Throughout the year depending on the modules required to be undertaken – no modules offered during Ramadan.

Course Assessment
The assessment for each subject (except for the Project (Planning) and Project) in the BBA is as follows:

  • One examination (worth 75%);
  • One assignment (worth 25%).

Students cannot pass the subject if they do not pass the exam.

Course Fee and Payment Plan
Payments can be made in installments. Please see Course Fees and Payment Plan for information.

Pathway
Students who complete the AIB’s BBA course may use it as a standalone professional qualification or progress on to a Master’s degree programme.