Institute of Business Administration campus chapter is a group of students that are officially affiliated with Youth For Pakistan and use their campus as a platform to educate and advocate for the Youth For Pakistan mission. The idea behind the Campus Chapters is on the lines of building a community of students and youth across IBA and giving them a common platform, which can connect with other campus chapters.
When you introduce Youth For Pakistan to your IBA, you will connect with and engage people of all backgrounds to transform institutions, communities, and the world. Youth For Pakistan will provide the framework, tools, training, and support to help IBA students build leadership skills, relationships—and your resume—while collaborating to create meaningful change on and off-campus. You may even find a career path you hadn't considered yet.
Institute of Business Administration Campus Chapter
The campus representative of IBA is essentially the President of the Campus Chapter. This person will head the core committees of the chapter. The campus President with four others like Vice President, Coordinator, General Secretary, and Treasurer are all called Campus Board. Read More How Campus Chapter Works
About IBA Karachi
IBA was established as a business school in 1955 by the Pakistani government with technical support from the Wharton School and the University of Southern California. Several prominent American professors were assigned to the IBA to develop the curriculum. In 1982, it became the first Pakistani institute to offer a four-year liberal arts undergraduate degree. It remained a constituent school within the University of Karachi until, 1994, when its status was elevated to an independent chartered university by the Sindh Government. Since 2003, IBA has expanded from a purely graduate business school to an interdisciplinary university with undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate programs.