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Implementing New Standards in a Virtual World
September 29, 2020
Following approval of the 2020 standards, business schools collaborate on the best ways to create principled, purposeful educational experiences—virtually.
Business Education Looks Toward Future Societal Impact
May 04, 2020
Despite the COVID-19 disruption, business educators worldwide joined together, virtually, to connect and share ideas for a better post-pandemic society.
2019 Global Accreditation Conference: By the Numbers (Infographic)
August 29, 2019
View some key stats on what you can expect at this year's conference.
A Look at Higher Ed Marketing and Development Departments Worldwide
June 16, 2017
AACSB’s Marketing and Communications Council Affinity Group surveyed 200 schools about the marketing and development functional groups at their institutions. See the results in this infographic.
AACSB 2017 Data Guide: Building Connections
May 23, 2017
The largest database of business school information globally, AACSB’s DataDirect enables users to identify potential collaborators, determine peer schools, discover program or salary trends, and much more.
Getting Engaged: AACSB Activity in 2016
January 09, 2017
Here's an infographic look back at ways members and others engaged with AACSB in 2016, allowing us to have more impact than ever before!
Where Is the Business in Business School?
June 23, 2016
Data collected by AACSB International in recent years illustrates how business schools have created a pipeline for talent in organizations worldwide.