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AACSB-accredited business schools are globally recognized for the highest standard of quality in teaching and research. Discover your future.
Why AACSB Accreditation Matters
Employers want quality business graduates from quality business schools—graduates they know will perform on day one. Choose an AACSB-accredited business degree program that will prepare you with the knowledge and skills employers need now.

AACSB-accredited schools represent the best business schools in the world. Their undergraduate, master's, and doctoral programs have passed rigorous standards for quality. AACSB-accredited schools have better programs, better faculty, better students with higher overall GPAs, more international students, and more employers that recruit from them.

Benefits of a Business Educationgraduates celebrating their aacsb accredited degrees

  • Be prepared with the high-demand durable skills that business needs now: strategic agility and ethical leadership, problem-solving and critical thinking, analytics, financial and technological literacy, and communications and collaboration.
  • Be an impact leader and changemaker: transform business and have a positive impact on society.
  • Be a part of a global alumni network that is making a difference in society as business leaders, entrepreneurs, impact investors, consultants, as well as heads of nonprofits, government, and NGOs. 


Research shows that graduates of AACSB-accredited business schools have a higher rate of employment after graduation and enjoy greater career mobility when compared to graduates of non-accredited schools.


of the CEOs representing Fortune 100 companies have a business degree from an AACSB-accredited school (AACSB, 2024).


of the Top Paid CEOs representing S&P 500 companies have a degree from an AACSB-accredited school (AACSB, 2024).


of alumni from AACSB-accredited business schools are employed, including 91 percent who work for a company and 5 percent who are self-employed entrepreneurs (GMAC, 2023).


of alumni from AACSB-accredited schools agree that the skills they developed in business school advanced their careers (GMAC, 2023).

Find Your Purpose and Make an Impact in Business and Society

Leadership is about influence, and influence is about relationships. [You] cannot influence someone you do not have a relationship with.

Austin Okere

Austin Okere

Founder and Vice Chairman CWG Plc

One thing I find really valuable in my business education is … finding your value, your strength, your superpower that's going to allow you to drive forward and have a positive impact.

London Clark

London Clark


We are not hiring people to do the same thing for the next 30 years …. If you do not have the ability to learn, relearn, reskill, and upskill, you are at a significant disadvantage in today’s world.

Roy Mathews

Roy Mathew

National Practice Leader, Higher Education Deloitte