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AMBA accreditation: shameful wheeling and dealing
AMBA is considered one of the world's top three accreditation agencies for MBA programs. But its non-transparent approach raises questions. The case of the questionable Gisma Business School shows this.
- vom November 23, 2021
Hult Business School: The most aggressive recruiting machine?
Massive-scale telemarketing. Kickbacks for admissions consultants. Easy scholarships that critics say amount to little more than enticing tuition discounts. Those are core elements of the most aggressive recruitment machine in the business school world. And now Hult...
- vom September 6, 2014
FT Ranking: The big scam
Landing a spot on one of the Financial Times rankings is viewed by many business schools as a great accolade. This particularly applies to German schools that want to become more well-known on the international stage. In...
- vom Mai 6, 2013
AACSB overhauls its accreditation standards
The AACSB, the US-based international accreditation body, has announced a significant overhaul of its criteria in a move that takes into account standards for remote learning for the first time. Read more…
- vom April 9, 2013
Lorange Institute gets EPAS
The Lorange Institute of Business Zurich has received the EPAS accreditation for its Executive MBA program. Following the AMBA accreditation, this is already the second international accreditation for the Swiss school. Peter Lorange, long-time President of the...
- vom Oktober 16, 2011
FT no longer accepts AMBA accreditation
MBA schools that wish to take part in the Global MBA Ranking of the Financial Times (FT) need to have an international accreditation. Up until now this included accreditation by AACSB, Equis or AMBA. Now AMBA no...
- vom September 3, 2011
TiasNimbas withdraws from Germany
After 16 years offering a part time MBA program in Bonn, the TiasNimbas Business School in Tilburg has decided to terminate its presence in Germany. The school sees a structural problem due to the increased MBA competition...
- vom Juli 16, 2011