International Conference and Annual Meeting

April 26–28, 2020

International Conference and Annual Meeting

April 26–28, 2020 | Now a Virtual Conference!

To continue to provide resources for business educators worldwide, we will be delivering the International Conference and Annual Meeting virtually. Now more than ever it is important that we continue to connect, innovate, and learn together. Though we cannot meet you in person this year, we hope to provide a highly interactive virtual conference experience. 


Elevating Our Perspectives 

AACSB’s new virtual ICAM will be an engaging and rich conference experience with affinity groups, a town hall meeting, networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall. Sessions will include the world’s foremost speakers and topics on business education. Elevate your perspectives with us along the following learning tracks:

  • AccreditationDiscover ways to approach faculty standards, assurance of learning, and more.
  • ImpactShare how your school demonstrates innovation and impact.
  • TransformationStay relevant through social, political, and economic changes.
  • CurriculumLearn how curriculum is changing to match industry’s needs.
  • Collaboration: Share best practices and solutions with your peers. 

ICAM Virtual Conference Sample Hall

 Proposed 2020 Business Accreditation Standards

The vote for the proposed 2020 AACSB business accreditation standards has been postponed. Schools will be notified as soon as we reach a decision on when the vote will be held. As a global organization, we believe it’s important to have strong representation of our accreditation council for this important and historic vote.


Business school administrators and faculty seeking industry perspectives and partnerships, and corporate contacts seeking collaborations with business schools.


John A. Elliott
Interim Provost, University of Connecticut


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Do you have more questions? Contact our AACSB event staff.