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There are 727 member institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation. Overall, 48 countries and territories are represented by AACSB-accredited schools.
Where Do B-School Budgets Go?
Finances are always a hot topic, especially when schools are working on their annual budgets and long-term financial strategies. As part of the annual Business School Questionnaire (BSQ) and BSQ Finances Module collected beginning in February each year, AACSB International collects data from member schools about budgets, endowments, school structure, and both the uses and sources of operating funds.
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A B-School Lingua Franca?
It is clear that English is spoken widely at business schools around the world. If not used as the primary language for instruction, it is often spoken as a secondary language. But what of the leaders of these business schools? What languages do they speak, and do their languages align closely with the primary language of instruction at the business schools themselves?
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A Place for Liberal Arts in Business Education?
HR directors and job consultants often tout that a well-rounded college graduate has a better chance at landing a job than one with a narrowly focused résumé and transcript. Hiring managers and recruiters are looking more and more for diverse, multitalented applicants to fill positions in business and technology fields. One way students can gain broad skills and an understanding of the world is through liberal arts courses.
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March 2 - 4
B-School Communications and Development Symposium
March 8 - 9
Applied Assessment Seminar
Assessment Seminar - SOLD OUT
March 9 - 10
Teaching Effectiveness Seminar
March 9 - 11
Assessment Conference: Driving Accountability and Innovation
March 12 - 13
Advisory Council Seminar
Curriculum Development Series: Experiential Learning
AACSB International (AACSB) announces today that Abu Dhabi University (United Arab Emirates), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand), Chung Yuan Christian University (Chinese Taipei), Dalian University of Technology (China), Lingnan (University) College, Sun Yat-sen University (China), the New York Institute of Technology (United States), the University of Leeds (United Kingdom), and the University of Science and Technology of China (China) have earned accreditation in business.
In today’s job market, online portfolios have become crucial for business students. When students at the Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) at the University of Texas at Dallas enroll in the required course Advanced Business Communication, most don’t realize that they’ll finish the semester with game-changing résumés.