The IEBA Postgraduate Education Institute objectives are to promote advanced education and professionalism in engineering business through the provision of postgraduate instruction, training, research and development in the various branches of engineering business administration studies.
Engineering Business Administration is the intersection of Engineering and Business. Engineering B.A. involves the overall management of business organizations with an orientation to manufacturing, construction, engineering, technology and/or production.
Today, PEI conducts EBD, MEBA, DEBA and serves the international interests of engineering business administration education on a wider scale providing challenging opportunities for learning and skills development to thousands of senior-level managers and administrators. Being the pioneer of advanced engineering business administration education, PEI provides leadership to those who are in the engineering business of innovating and disseminating engineering business know-how as well as to those who are in search of higher learning alternatives.
Our faculty team comprises permanent teachers, teachers on contract (full-time and part-time), and visiting academics/professionals.
Guided by Our Mission, the Institute consciously adopts a series of strategy-driven policies and programs in four key result areas of engineering business administration education and research:
Quality in outputs: All our Graduates in EBD, MEBA and DEBA programs are expected to demonstrate higher levels of achievements in three areas:
- Distinct operational competencies in a chosen specialization of engineering business management;
- Distinct competencies in the generic engineering business management skills of interpersonal relations and communication; and
- Distinct competencies in higher order integrative abilities in systems integration, strategy formulation, and leadership.
Relevant education: Courses of study, areas of specialization and majors, and research priorities in all EBD, MEBA, and DEBA programs of study will reflect the Institute's response to the priority needs of industry, government, and national development as perceived by the Institute.
Taught material is a blend of auditory, kinesthetic and visual learning. Course leaders are experts in their fields, noted for their excellence and supported by external speakers working in organizations at the forefront of their fields. They understand key business drivers, performance metrics, and advantage. Most importantly, they are passionate advocates of the "80:20" rule.
HRD for companies: We will continue to offer engineering business development programs that are tailored to meet professional development needs of individual companies or organizations. These are of medium term duration covering approximately 100 hrs of training and field projects. For senior level management we offer short courses on specific issues of organizational improvement or personal professional enhancement.
General engineering business issues: The other important component of our training activity is issue-centered training workshops for managers across industry.
Core Competency Development
Faculty development: We recruit new faculty members who have credentials in academic work and industry experience and evidence of academic excellence. There are schemes that encourage professional development of full-time faculty.
Foreign faculty: To augment the faculty requirements, the Institute recruits faculty internationally for short-term assignments (one month onwards). It offers attractive schemes for local and foreign academics who are looking for places to spend their sabbatical leave productively.
Integration of IT with teaching: An important direction of program quality improvement will be the integration of IT software with teaching courses and delivery of selected course work through the Internet.
Welcome and encourage you to raise any enquiries about our educational programs, feedback or suggestions. For this purpose, please do not hesitate to contact PE Institute