Benefits of the accredited MBA programs

Important factor in choosing a business school is the official recognition of program’s quality, which can be validated through relevant accreditation. In a crowded and complex market, accreditation provides a reliable list of meticulously tested programs and ensures that students' investments are rewarded with the finest business education available. The largest benefit of the accredited MBA programs is international recognition. As your MBA diploma is recognized around the world, you can apply for a managerial or executive position in any country and even pursue your Doctor’s degree in any of the reputable business schools.

The value of Accreditation

"Accreditation gives business schools international credibility and status. The number of MBA qualifications available worldwide is now in the thousands, but only a small percentage of these would achieve accreditation if they were submitted to our rigorous international criteria. Accreditation by the Association of MBAs identifies programmes as the best there is. Employers looking to acquire the best managers and future business leaders know that graduates of our accredited programs have received the highest quality and most relevant management education. To recruit a graduate from one of our accredited programs is to recruit top talent." Association of MBA’s (AMBA)

Association of MBA’s

Association of MBA’s (AMBA) is the only international impartial authority on postgraduate business education that serves as an independent proof of quality and excellence for MBA programs. AMBA accreditation represents the highest standard in postgraduate business education and is earned only by the best programs.

Some of these include business schools with highest world rankings such as: IMD (Switzerland), IESE (Spain), London Business School (United Kingdom) and SDA Bocconi (Italy).

In order to receive the AMBA accreditation, programs must satisfy the highest standards and reflect changing trends and innovation in postgraduate management education. The biggest accent is on the program’s quality. However, other criteria must be satisfied as well:

- Lecturers’ quality and references
- Participants’ experience and diversity
- Curriculum comprehensiveness
- Strict examination procedures
- Additional factors (i.e. networking)