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Schools in the US and Hungary recently received MBA accreditation

Two business schools, continents apart, have recently received MBA accreditation.

Firstly, Troy University’s Sorrell College of Business, based in the US state of Alabama, has reported that it has received accreditation from AACSB International. The school offers an MBA in International Business, which allows students to study international management within the context of global business. The school joins a handful of other Alabama-based business schools with AACSB accreditation, including University of Alabama at Birmingham and Auburn University, among others.

And also, Corvinus University, which is based in Budapest, Hungary, has received accreditation from EQUIS. Corvinus offers a full-time MBA, which is designed for local students as well as internationals and takes two years to complete. Additionally, the school also offers an Executive MBA program. Corvinus University is the first school in Hungary to receive EQUIS accreditation. 

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Image: "Corvinus University of Budapest - Covered Patio" by Takkk (CC BY-SA 4.0) / cropped

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