Getting Started with Your Membership

Announce Your School's Membership

If you have not already done so, announce your school's membership with AACSB International, and introduce the rest of your b-school faculty and staff to the numerous benefits and opportunities available to them.
Start Your Email Message Now

Phone and Laptop

Setup Your Exchange Account

Create a profile on The Exchange, online community exclusively for members. The Exchange provides opportunities to network through discussions and resource libraries, as well as with AACSB event attendees.
The Exchange      Learn more about the AACSB Exchange                                           

Man on Laptop

Access and Share Business School Data

DataDirect is the largest database of business school data worldwide. AACSB-member schools that participate in surveys are granted full access to all data available. If your school did not receive a login to the database, contact: datadirect@aacsb.edu.
Login to DataDirect

Drawing Chart

Join an Affinity Group

AACSB Affinity Groups facilitate networking among members with similar interests. Groups communicate online and host meetings at AACSB events worldwide.
View a List of Groups and Learn More

 
Group Discussion

Attend an Event

AACSB offers a variety of professional development opportunities for business school deans, associate deans, department heads, administrators, and faculty. Events cover a variety of topics such as accreditation, pedagogy and scholarship, industry challenges, ethics and innovation, and more.
Conferences | Seminars | Webinars

Conference Q & A

Share Your School's News and Contribute Content

AACSB shares member school news through its publications and online social media communities. To submit articles or news for BizEd magazine, contact: bized.editors@aacsb.edu. To submit articles for eNEWSLINE, contact: enewsline.editor@aacsb.edu.
View AACSB's Publications

Newspapers

Submit a Proposal or Abstract

Faculty and administrators are encouraged to become more involved and showcase their institutions by submitting proposals and abstracts for educational sessions at AACSB Conferences.
Submit a Session Proposal or Abstract

Conference Speaker

Explore AACSB Business and/or Accounting Accreditation

AACSB members may pursue accreditation for their business and/or accounting programs. Prior to entering the process, schools should become familiar with the accreditation standards and the process. Institutions should then complete an Eligibility Application to determine if their programs are at a level that can achieve AACSB Accreditation.
Learn More and Get Started