AMBA Accreditation Awarded to Indian School of Business and EM Strasbourg

ISB is now triple-accredited

AMBA accreditation has been awarded to the Indian School of Business (ISB) and EM Strasbourg. 

ISB, which has campuses in Hyderabad and Mohali, is, according to AMBA, the world's 100th triple-accredited business school, meaning it has accreditation from AMBA, EQUIS, and AACSB, the three main international business school accreditation organizations. With the new accreditation, ISB joins IIM Calcutta, which is another of India's triple-accredited business schools. 

ISB offers a Post-Graduate Program in Management (PGP), which is roughly equivalent to an MBA, as well as a Post-Graduate Program in Management for Senior Executives, which is similar in form and substance to an Executive MBA.

AMBA accreditation has also been awarded to France's EM Strasbourg, which does not offer an MBA.

To attain AMBA accreditation, a business school must undergo a rigorous assessment process.

Read more about Why MBA Accreditation is Important. 

 


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