This week AACSB accredited business schools at seven universities in six different countries.
These business schools were added to the association's list of 786 accredited business schools:
Asia University-Taiwan, which offers both an MBA and EMBA that can be completed in one-and-a-half to two years.
France's ISC Paris, which is home to a range of MBA programs with concentrations in fields like international business and marketing, international project development and management, as well as luxury marketing, luxury hotel management and fragrance and cosmetics.
Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University in the US, with campuses in Washington DC and Baltimore, Maryland. This school offers a Global MBA and a flexible, part-time MBA. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point was also accredited in business, although it does not offer an MBA program.
Soochow University in Taiwan, which offers a range of graduate-level offerings, including a Global Business Program.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), home to a one-year international MBA, taught in English in Madrid.
Thammasat University (Thailand), the fourth Thai university to receive AACSB accreditation. Thammasat University offers an International MBA in English.
Read about why MBA accreditation is important.
In order to be eligible for AACSB accreditation, a business school must go through a rigorous, multi-year process of assessments of its institutions and programs.
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