Reaccreditation of MBA International and Executive MBA by the Association of MBAs (ΑΜΒΑ)
Reaccreditation of MBA International and Executive MBA
by the Association of MBAs (ΑΜΒΑ)
Once again, the MBA International and the Executive MBA of the Athens University of Economics & Business were re-accredited by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the international independent authority for MBA, DBA and Master’s in Management education. Following an extensive evaluation process conducted in December 2020, the MBA International and the Executive MBA received renewed accreditation, confirming that curriculum, quality of teaching, level of teaching and research staff, as well as all other services offered to the students of both Programs meet the highest standards set by AMBA. The assessment also considered the views of students, graduates and employers.
For the students of the Programs, the AMBA accreditation ensures international recognition of their degree and confirms that their investment results in a top-quality educational qualification. For companies that seek to hire talented and high-potential executives, it ensures the highest quality of the graduates of the Programs. Moreover, students and graduates of accredited Programs enjoy a range of services offered by AMBA, including career support, opportunities to interact with graduates from the best MBA Programs globally, and access to the results of reports and research carried out by AMBA on the latest business and business education trends.
Founded in 1967, the Association of MBAs is the only dedicated MBA Program accreditation body in the world that sets global standards for the quality of MBA, DBA (Doctor of Business Administration) and MBM (Master’s in Business & Management) programs. To date, AMBA has certified programs in 260 universities in more than 75 countries (corresponding to about 2% of the MBA programs offered worldwide). The Association of MBAs acts as a connecting point for accredited programs, their students and alumni, with companies – MBA employers from more than 100 countries around the world.