While membership is a prerequisite for entering the AACSB Accreditation process, members are not required to pursue accreditation. Membership is open to educational institutions, business organizations, foundations, professional associations, and non-profit organizations with strategic interests in shaping management education. Eligible educational institutions are collegiate institutions offering baccalaureate or graduate degree programs in business administration, management, or accounting. Membership does not confer AACSB Accreditation and should not be interpreted as such.
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On the myAACSB login page, select the "Forgot Your Password" link on the login screen and follow the instructions. Be sure you are using your official organization email address (e.g., .edu, .org., etc.). If this does not resolve your problem, contact: myAACSB.edu.
AACSB mailing lists are available for purchase for one-time use only. The lists are primarily composed of deans; however, some institutions select individuals from other positions to be the primary representative. Additional list segments (associate deans, MBA directors, etc.) of the membership are currently not available. Learn more and order at: www.aacsb.edu/membership/listings/mailing-listAACSB offers an online member directory for members through The Exchange, available by login at theexchange.aacsb.edu
AACSB has two types of memberships. One for educational institutions and a second for businesses. If you are an educational institution, visit: www.aacsb.edu/membership/educational to view benefits and complete a membership application. If you are a business, visit: www.aacsb.edu/membership/business to view benefits and complete a membership application.
You can view all upcoming AACSB events by visiting: www.aacsb.edu/events. You may also find conference listings by topic at: www.aacsb.edu/events/conferences or seminars by topic at: www.aacsb.edu/events/seminars. AACSB also has a growing list of online events, which can be found at: www.aacsb.edu/events/elearning.
AACSB provides a variety of data and statistics on business schools, both online and through its printed publications. For example, data is available related to faculty and administrator salaries, business school trends, and more. Visit the "Knowledge" top menu tab on this website to explore AACSB's data.To search for general information on business schools, AACSB offers an Advanced School Search; powered by the most comprehensive business education database in the world. Through this visitors can search based on criteria such as basic institution characteristics, degrees/programs, mission, etc. Visit: https://datadirect.aacsb.edu/public/profiles/search.cfm to begin your search.AACSB publishes an award-winning magazine called BizEd. The publication focuses on business education news, trends, data, research and more. AACSB also produces a Data and Research blog, which provides insight into global business school data and research. Visit BizEd at: BizEdMagazine.com. Visit the Data and Research blog at: aacsbblogs.typepad.com/dataandresearch.AACSB provides data upon request to members of the media. For more information, visit www.aacsb.edu/mediarelations.
Visit datadirect.aacsb.edu to login. If you are having difficulty logging in, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org