IBS complies with covid-19 protocols

Basic personal hygiene measures are practiced, including; social distancing, covering nose when coughing, regular washing of hands using sanitizers and the using of personal protective equipment (PPE) including masks. These are fully enforced on a daily basis and strictly monitored by respective personnel.

IBS complies with covid-19 protocols​

IBS Founder’s scholarship program supports students

The Institute of Business Studies (IBS) Founder Sir Mick Nades has been supporting Papua New Guineans who are in-need of help over the years with scholarships to study at IBS.

The IBS Founder’s Scholarship program has been a special intervention for many students who have successfully gone through, as it has supported them to complete their studies that they have dreamt about.

IBS Founder’s scholarship program supports students
Madam Jenny Nades supports PMGH Eye Clinic

Madam Jenny Nades supports PMGH Eye Clinic

Madam Jenny Nades, the wife of IBS Founder Sir Mick Nades, has presented a cheque worth K3,600 to the Port Moresby General Hospital Eye Clinic on 16th February this year.

Present to witness the significant presentation were Sir Mick Nades, PMGH Ophthalmologist Dr. Robert Ko and the media personnel.

PNG Olympic Committee applauds Sir Mick for contributions to sports

PNG Olympic Committee applauds Sir Mick for contributions to sports

The Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee (PNGOC) has thanked IBS Founder and outgoing Chairman Sir Mick Nades for his immense contributions to the development of sports in the country.

Sir Mick Nades, who announced his resignation in February as chairman of IBS Group, was formally fare- welled by IBS Board, staff and invited guests. IBS partners, stakeholders and close friends of Sir Mick Nades have also sent him ‘best wishes’ and congratulatory messages.

IBSUniversity celebrate Easter

IBSUniversity celebrate Easter

The Students and staff at IBSUniversity held a combined fellowship service on Thursday 01st April, 2021 to commemorate Easter, at the Mt. Eriama Campus 11 Mile.

IBS as part of the Christian community and a reputable tertiary institution in Papua New Guinea, took time off to remember the death and resurrection of Jesus, which falls on the first weekend of April every year, according to the Christian Calendar.

Past Issues

Insight: November 2020

Monthly Insight: November 2020 A Note from the Editor Greetings! ​ ​ As the Festive Season is fast approaching, IBS would like to wish all its clients, partners, stakeholders and friends a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2021.​ ​ IBS Staff were privilege to participate in the Outbound Team Building Training Programme in late October, 2020. Team building is the [...]

Insight: September 2020

Monthly Insight: September 2020 A Note from the Editor Greetings! IBS as a recognized higher learning institution continues to inspire and educate the young leaders of this great nation through its vision of ‘enriching lives through world class education, training and research’. The effects of the novel corona virus and continuing economic downturn have affected [...]

Insight: October 2020

Monthly Insight: October 2020 A Note from the Editor Greetings! A Japanese Learning Corner was recently opened at IBSUniversity’s Sir Ipatas Library on September 28, 2020. A total of 89 books were donated through the Nippon Foundation and was facilitated by the Embassy of Japan in Papua New Guinea. The Japanese related books are written [...]