Studying for a MBA degree requires a considerable commitment of time and money.
- This fact and the increasingly competitive marketplace of MBA providers, makes it important for prospective MBA graduates to consider the independent accreditations awarded to particular institutions and programmes.
- Accreditation is an indication of quality control and consistency and suggests that the course meets certain international standards.
- Look at the methodology used by each accreditation body and think about which of these criteria are particularly important to you.
All the MBA courses featured are accredited by one or more of the following bodies: AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS.
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