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Is your school AACSB accredited? (most Top Universities are accredited) Why or why not?
Is your school AACSB accredited? (most Top Universities are accredited) Why or why not?

Answer from Cranfield:

Yes, Cranfield was accredited by the AACSB in 2002, and is one of only a handful of international business schools to be accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.

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The accreditation process of all three bodies is rigorous, examining all aspects of the business school and the MBA programmes. We feel that this indication of quality is important to prospective candidates.

Maureen Williams (Mrs)
Senior Marketing Executive

Answer from Said Business School:

We are currently AMBA accredited, as this is recognized widely in US and UK. We will also be investigating AACSB accreditation this year.

Answer from Warwick Business School:

Dear Enquirer

Warwick Business School was the first in the UK to be AACSB accredited - in 1999, and we were also the first in the UK to be accredited by all 3 leading management education associations - the AACSB, the Association of MBAs, and efmd's EQUIS accreditation, early in 2000.

WBS believes that accreditation is an indicator of the quality and rigorous attention to achieving the best which should characteristise a leading business school.

Yours sincerely
Diana Holton

Answer from London Business School:

We are AACSB accredited.

Thank you

David Simpson
Senior Manager, MBA Marketing & Admissions

Answer from Manchester Business School:

Thank you for your enquiry,
Yes we are AACSB accredited.

Kind Regards
Kate Bradley

Answer from Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge:

No we are not at present.

We are accredited by two other bodies, AMBA and EQUIS. These are the main accrediters for the British market and the European market. As a European school we prioritised accreditation with these bodies. We are currently looking into whether we accredit with AACSB.

Louise

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