Newly accredited schools include one in Croatia and one in United Arab Emirates

AACSB International has announced that it has accredited ten new business schools from eight countries.

In this round, AACSB has added to its list the first school it has accredited in Croatia: the Zagreb School of Economics and Management.

Other schools naccredited include Zayed University (United Arab Emirates), Nanjing University (China), Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle (France), University of New South Wales (Australia), Carleton University (Canada), and University of Cape Town (South Africa).

AACSB has also accredited three business schools in the United States: Florida Southern College, Union University in Tennessee, and the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.

For more information, please see links to the individual school profiles below, or the AACSB press release announcing new accreditations.

You can also read about why accreditation is important when you are looking for an MBA program, as well as a complete list of AACSB-accredited business schools here on FIND MBA.

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