Four Business Schools Receive EQUIS Accreditation

Kent Business School and WUSTL - Olin are now both triple-accredited

Four business schools have received EQUIS accreditation, according to the EFMD website. The newly accredited schools include the following:

The UK's Kent Business School, which, with this new certification, is now 'triple-accredited,' meaning it also has accreditation from the two other major international agencies, AACSB and AMBA. 

Washington University in Saint Louis' Olin Business School has also received EQUIS accreditation, and is now also triple-accredited.

Northern Ireland's Queen's Management School, in Belfast, which offers an MBA program that can be pursed either full- or part-time, has also received EQUIS accreditation.

And finally, also receiving EQUIS accreditation is the University of Miami's Herbert Business School, which offers one of the Top 10 MBA programs in Florida, according to FIND MBA. 

To become EQUIS accredited, a business school needs to go through a rigorous evaluation and improvement process.

Read about why MBA accreditation is important. 


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