Canada : Higher Education Accreditation Bodies
The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada
The Association to Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business
The Association to Advanced Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International was established in the year 1916 and started its accreditation function in 1919. This accreditation body in the US provides a thorough review process for evaluating quality business management schools worldwide. AACSB international accreditation not only ensures that the intuitions have achieved quality but have a system in place for constant progress of their educational offerings. In 2003, AACSB members approved a set of revised standards pertinent to all business programs worldwide and which promote excellence in management education globally.
The European Quality Improvement System
Education - The European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) is an important international accreditation body for business schools in UK and other several countries in Europe. The primary objective of EQUIS is to elevate the standard of management education in European countries. Institutions with EQUIS accreditation is an indication of the quality its staff, programs, research and students. This accreditation agency not only assesses degree programs but also sub-units and all the activities of the institution, including provision for executive education, e-learning units and community outreach.
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