July 23rd, 2015
The global accreditation organisation the Association of MBAs (AMBA) has confirmed re-accreditation of all Nottingham University Business School‘s MBA programmes in the UK, Malaysia, and Singapore for a further five years.
Five years is the maximum accreditation AMBA can award. The report from the AMBA peer review team was very positive and included a number of commendations including the impressive diversity of Nottingham’s MBA cohorts , the revision of the MBA curriculum to include an overt international focus, and the enthusiasm of students and staff.
For potential students, accreditation provides a reliable indication of quality. For business schools, it gives international credibility to their MBA provision and an overview of their position against international standards. For the MBA graduate, it gives reassurance of the degree’s value, and for the employer it guarantees the quality of the MBA. It confirms that to recruit an MBA from an accredited school is to recruit top talent.
Achieving accreditation from AMBA is a rigorous process. The quality of MBA teaching is assessed, as well as academic research, administrative support, resources and facilities, faculty size, admissions procedure, quality of student body, design and content of the MBA curriculum, structure, duration and delivery.
The Nottingham MBA offers unique opportunities to study in the UK, Malaysia, and Singapore and specialist MBA courses in Finance, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Find out more about AMBA on their website.
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