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WHY IBDL?

  • International Standard in Business Administration Skills (BAS) at highest quality
  • Internationally-recognized certification designed, validated, and approved by academic and international experts from around the world.
  • Highly quality assured according to international and universal standards
  • Suitable for all skills levels - view our certification programs
  • Supported by a wide range of Bespoke training optional programs and up to date materials
  • Cost effective method to gain a certification in business
  • Certified IBDL Master trainers deliver the material
  • Interactive classes, research, assignments, projects and reading.
  • Immediate computer generated test results.
Business administration Skills (BAS):

These include the “hard skills” of finance , accounting, marketing, human resources, management, leadership, information systems, ethics , social responsibility , international business and strategic planning that are very critical for effective management. IBDL Participants acquire these skills inside and outside the classroom. Since IBDL programs attract people from very diverse industries and cultures, a program should be able to leverage these differences and translate them into learning opportunities.

IBDL Foundation in collaboration with McGraw-Hill Higher Education developed an integrated set of educational resources including, for example: student's Book, instructor’s manuals, student's study guides, Web-based study guides, and test banks.

The Instructor’s Manual for Introduction to Business includes a “road map” for each chapter and teaching tips.

Internationally recognized qualification

These include the “hard knowledge and skills” of finance , accounting, marketing, human resources, management, leadership, information systems, ethics , social responsibility , international business and strategic planning that are very critical for effective management. IBDL. Participants acquire these skills inside and outside the classroom.

Since IBDL programs attract people from very diverse industries and cultures, a program should be able to leverage these differences and translate them into learning opportunities.

IBDL Foundation in collaboration with McGraw-Hill Higher Education developed an integrated set of educational resources including, for example: student's Book, instructor’s manuals, student's study guides, Web-based study guides, and test banks. The Instructor’s Manual for Introduction to Business includes a “road map” for each chapter and teaching tips.