AACSB extends Faculty of Business and Economics and Melbourne Business School's quality accreditation
The world's largest provider of quality assurance to business education institutions has renewed our accreditation.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has extended its accreditation of the Faculty of Business and Economics and Melbourne Business School Ltd – officially re-affirming its reputation as a business education provider of the highest quality.
AACSB is the world's largest provider of quality assurance to business education institutions that help create the next generation of business leaders.
The AACSB's continuing accreditation of the University of Melbourne and Melbourne Business School affirms its place as Australia's leading graduate school of business and economics – and one of the world’s finest business schools.
Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics, Professor Paul Kofman, and Dean of Melbourne Business School Ltd., Professor Ian Harper AO, welcomed the announcement.
"The AACSB accreditation highlights the quality of our programs and the calibre of our educators," Professor Kofman says.
"It illustrates our faculty's commitment to continuously evolving and improving the quality of business education, shows that the programs we offer are the world's best standard, and that we are always searching for ways to innovate in the delivery and content of learning. I congratulate faculty and staff on this tremendous result."
Professor Harper echoed Professor Kofman’s congratulations.
"This announcement is evidence of our commitment to providing the best possible education for business professionals of the future and present," Professor Harper says.
"Despite the challenges we have faced during the time of COVID-19, achieving this accreditation is a testament to the capabilities of our staff and faculty."
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