Newly accredited schools include the University of Dallas and Cardiff University

Business school accreditation organization AACSB International has announced that it has accredited 11 new business schools.

The newly accredited schools include the University of Dallas in the US, Cardiff Business School in the UK, and the National Institute of Development Administration in Thailand, among others.

Three of the accredited institutions - Bradford University, Imperial Business School, and the University of Stellenbosch - now have the highly coveted "triple accreditation," meaning they are accredited by the three most influential accreditation organizations (including EQUIS and AMBA.)

To receive AACSB accreditation, business schools must go through a rigorous evaluation process that can take years to complete.

See a list of all triple-accredited business schools offering MBA programs.

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