Message from the Program Director

A bachelor of Business Administration degree prepares you for an entry level position in business and industry. A bachelor of Business Degree teaches students management, marketing accounting, mathematical statistics and business law.

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Impressions - BBA Students

IBA gave me a reason to believe in myself as an independent and capable person...(Anum Ahmed)

IBA has given me a platform to explore my horizons and discover myself..(Versha Qazi)

A truly world class business school!..(Sarah Khan)

Why a BBA Degree from IBA?

Our BBA program comprises of four years of rigorous education enabling the student to have a broad view of the world. The students go through an academic program comprising of essentials of business subjects as well as basic concepts of social sciences, history, anthropology, psychology, philosophy, logic and media study.

Student Activities at IBA

Like other programs, the BBA students take part in a broad variety of activities ranging from volunteering for charity work and participating in athletic events to organizing conferences on a variety of business issues. A spirit of involvement is important because teamwork, leadership and being a responsible citizen are the foundations of the IBA experience.

Unique Features of our BBA Program

While conducting the audit of our BBA program, we received feedback from our own alumni, human resource representatives of major corporations and some of the chief executives of the companies. They pointed out the lack of experiential knowledge on the part of our BBA graduates. In response to their requests, we have now included experiential knowledge as part of the program. Students will undergo a six months on-the-job training in the real business environment. They will spend their last semester of their eight-semester BBA program working in a business of their choice. Our Career Development Center will work with the students to find them a place with a business. This not only allows them to network with their future employers, it will also introduce them to the challenges of the real business world.

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