AMBA Accreditation Awarded to the University of Macau's MBA Program

Program is the first in Macau to be accredited by the Association of MBAs

The University of Macau has announced that AMBA accreditation has been awarded to the school's MBA program.

This means that the school is the first in the country to receive the honor. The University of Macau also received AACSB accreditation earlier this year.

The University of Macau's MBA program is in English, although some guest speakers may deliver their lectures in either Cantonese or Mandarin Chinese. 

The MBA covers a full range of business topics, with core classes such as Accounting, Managerial Finance, Business Ethics, Management Information Systems and more. Electives are offered in subjects such as Global Business, Business Law, Human Resources Management and Service Operations, among others. The program typically takes place over two academic years.

On FIND MBA, you can read more about why MBA accreditation is important, and see a list of all business schools worldwide offering AMBA-accredited MBA programs. 


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