July 16, 2019
Strathclyde Business School achieves reaccreditation by AACSB
Strathclyde Business School is delighted to have been reaccredited by AACSB for the maximum five-year period.
AACSB has a set of 15 business accreditation standards that business schools must achieve in order to gain the accreditation, including mission and strategic management; support for students, faculty, and staff; and academic and professional engagement of students and faculty. To achieve AACSB Accreditation Strathclyde Business School has undergone a rigorous review process to ensure that it meets all of these standards and is providing its students with a challenging and relevant education to fully prepare them for the business world.
Speaking about the reaccreditation success, Executive Dean of Strathclyde Business School, Professor David Hillier, says, “We are delighted to receive full reaccreditation from AACSB, testament to the fact we are amongst the world’s best business schools: only 5% of the world’s schools offering business degrees have achieved AACSB international accreditation.” Professor Hillier continues, “As an innovative business school within a leading technological University, this accreditation points to the work we do in all aspects of our business school including teaching, research, support for students and our overall strategy.”
AACSB is one of three international accreditation bodies – along with AMBA and EQUIS – and Strathclyde Business School is accredited by all three.
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Content added on 16th July 2019.
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