AMBA Accreditation Awarded to the University of Sydney and ESSEX Business School

The University of Sydney now holds MBA accreditation from the three main international agencies

AMBA accreditation has been awarded to the MBA programs at the University of Sydney and Essex Business School.

With the newly-awarded accreditation, Australia's University of Sydney is now 'triple-accredited' - meaning, it holds accreditation from all three main international accreditation agencies (AMBA, AACSB, and EQUIS.) The school offers a range of MBA programs, including full- and part-time options, as well as a Global Executive MBA. 

The UK's Essex Business School has also been awarded AMBA accreditation for its MBA programs. 

According to the Association of MBAs, the organization has awarded AMBA accreditation to programs at more than 260 schools in over 75 countries. Beyond MBA programs, the organization also accredits DBA programs as well as other master's degrees.

At FIND MBA, you can see a global list of all business schools offering AMBA-accredited MBA programs. You can also read about why MBA accreditation is important. 

 


Image: Sydney University's neo-gothic Main Quadrangle designed by architect Edmund Blacket and completed progressively in sections by Jason Tong / CC BY-SA 3.0 (cropped)

Comments

Eril Scott    |    May 01, 2020 09:10
Accreditation is about minimum standards. Better focus on recommendations.
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Eril Scott    |    May 13, 2020 16:39
Accreditation bodies have done nothing to help students get their fees back for lack of lectures due to faculty strikes, lockdown, accommodation not provided, etc. etc.
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