Data

AACSB International maintains the most comprehensive database on business schools in the world. The tables, charts, and references herein are designed to address frequent data requests, and provide a general overview of global management education.


Frequently Requested Data

 

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24.4 percent of b-schools with AACSB Accreditation reported offering a dual degree (or multiple degree program). This data comes from AACSB's Annual Collaborations Survey. You can read more about data drawn from the Collaborations Survey on the Data & Research Blog.

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Featured Data

Deans Survey Results



Members Only Financial Toolkit 

The Financial Toolkit offers a bevy of tools, information, and resources designed for business school deans, chief financial officers, and others to ensure the financial well-being of their institutions.

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Global Salary Survey

2013-2014 Global Salary Survey is now available.

> 2013-2014 Executive Summary
> Executive Summaries from Previous Years
> Member Login: DataDirect Custom Salary Reports


2015 Business School Data Guide

Data Trends CoverSelected highlights compiled annually in a downloadable pocket guide.

> 2015 Guide
> Previous Year Guides


AACSB Data in the News

Cracks in finances put business schools at risk
Financial Times, 05/31/2015

Students lose faith in professional disciplines
Financial Times, 03/31/2015 

The shifting landscape of management education
University World News, 03/13/2015

A Historic Gathering of Female B-School Deans Tackles Gender Inequality
Poets & Quants, 02/12/2015

The rise and rise of the flexible MBA
Financial Times, 12/21/2014

Visit the AACSB Newsroom for media contact information.


Stay Current with the Latest Posts from the AACSB Data & Research Blog

Emerging Trends in MOOC Delivery of Business Education
by Colin Nelson

In past posts, I have touched on the subject of business school activity in the realm of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), which over the short period of time I looked at them previously had begun to grow rapidly. Today, however, there is a sea change in both the quantity and types of institutions offering MOOCs in the business education space, in the types of instructors teaching them, and, especially, in the types of courses being offered.
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Re(Designing the B-School Curriculum)
by Elliot Davis

Business schools are preparing students for the future of work, iterating and redesigning their programs to get out ahead of industry trends and develop content that carries both immediate relevancy while also offering lasting, even lifetime, value. This is certainly a tall order, but is a challenge that many business schools have taken on.
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