Dear AIBers, 

As part of the work of the AIB History team, we seek to document the evolution of IB teaching in terms of contents and teaching methods throughout our history. Among other things, we are collecting syllabi of IB courses with the view towards analyzing evolution over time.  


We are writing to ask for your help with this initiative in sharing your IB syllabi. We are interested in all kinds of IB-related syllabi, and particularly welcome the old ones, that will enable us to establish the history of IB teaching since its very beginning. Old syllabi may only be available in hard copy, in which case, please scan them and upload a digital version. 


Please upload your syllabus/syllabi here no later than by July 1st 2022: 

Syllabi can be uploaded as Word (.doc, .docx) and PDF (.pdf) files. 

If you experience any difficulties, please contact the AIB secretariat at [log in to unmask] 


Thank you very much for your collaboration and help with this initiative. 


Kind regards, 


Attila Yaprak, AIB Historian 

Lilac Nachum, Deputy, AIB History Project 

James Goodnow, Teaching committee, AIB History Project 

Rebecca Piekkari, Teaching committee, AIB History Project 

Lilac Nachum
Professor, International Business
City University New York
Fulbright Scholar to Africa, Strathmore Business School, 2021-22
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