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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Among AACSB-accredited schools, General Business and Management are the runaway leaders with respect to disciplines offered for MBA degrees, collectively accounting for 51.4 percent of all MBA programs offered.

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Featured Data

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
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2015 Business School Data Guide

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

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> Previous Year Guides

AACSB Data in the News

Getting an MBA at UMD just got a lot cheaper
MN Star Tribune, 07/17/2015

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

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Faculty Qualifications Part II: Supporting Faculty
by R. Colin Nelson

In this post, Colin Nelson discusses the categorization of supporting faculty along several dimensions.
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Faculty Qualifications Part I: Participating Faculty
by R. Colin Nelson

Now that the 2013 AACSB Accreditation Standards have been in place for a couple of years, a large majority of AACSB member schools are now comfortable classifying their faculty into the new qualification categories defined in Standard 15.
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