The implementation of the 2013 Accreditation Standards is creating new and exciting ways to leverage accreditation for innovation, engagement, and impact at your business school. Join us to navigate your new approach - from early interest to Continuous Improvement Review.
With more than 1,400 members, including business schools and businesses in 89 countries and territories, AACSB International is the world’s largest management education network. Connect with us today.
Become part of the premier global management education network that joins together educational institutions, businesses, and other entities devoted to the advancement of management education.
On September 30–October 2, 2014, Boston University School of Management, in collaboration with IBM and supported by premier sponsors including AACSB, will launch the Business Education Jam: Envisioning the Future.
Speakers from around the world share breakthrough approaches to inspire people, solve complex problems and catalyze business change. Register today!
There are 716 member institutions that hold AACSB Accreditation. Overall, 48 countries and territories are represented by AACSB-accredited schools.
Accreditation’s Unwavering Role, in a Volatile World
In this episode of eNEWSLINE Live with Linda A. Livingstone, dean of the School of Business at The George Washington University and chair, AACSB International Board of Directors. Dean Livingstone will discuss the future of accreditation, including the comparative advantages and benefits associated with AACSB Accreditation, as well as answer questions regarding risks and challenges facing accreditation.
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Globally Responsible Leadership Starts Here
Are you developing the next generation of globally responsible leaders? Alignment between business and academe fosters a greater devotion to developing the organizations and leaders of the future—and GRLI is a platform for innovation in business schools and engagement with practice in the space of ethics, responsibility, and sustainability. AACSB supports member schools focused on strengthening their commitment to sustainability. See how joining GRLI can maximize your AACSB member benefits through responsible management education, research, and thought leadership.
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Undergraduate Degrees Conferred—A Look at 10 Years of Data
The undergraduate level is where b-school students are first introduced to the concepts and skills that they will need in their academic and business careers. Their experiences in business school provide a foundation and a core network for future success whether they choose to continue to a graduate level degree or put their undergraduate degree to work immediately instead.
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Continuous Improvement Review Seminar - SOLD OUT
September 21 - 23
Annual Accreditation Conference
October 2 - 3
Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
October 6 - 7
Leading in the Academic Enterprise Series: Strategic Thinking and Creative Problem Solving
October 9 - 11
Europe Annual Conference: Education and Learning for Innovation
Grenoble Cedex 01,
October 19 - 20
Assurance of Learning Seminar - SOLD OUT
Tampa, Fla., USA (September 4, 2014)—AACSB International (AACSB) announces the appointment of Timothy S. Mescon, Ph.D., as the first Senior Vice President and Chief Officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Mescon, who currently serves as the president of Columbus State University, will assume his role with AACSB beginning in January 2015.
The world continues to become interconnected, and AACSB International membership accordingly includes more schools in all regions of the world. Furthermore, management education leaders across the globe face similar challenges: developing relevant curricula, adjusting business models, leveraging technology, and many others.