Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business 

 Vision:    To transform business education for global prosperity.

Mission: International is to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education

 World's oldest accreditation agency set up in 1916, AACSB provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and professional development services to more than 1,600 member organizations and over 800 accredited business schools worldwide. It has recently changed its logo and website design.

The total number of AACSB accredited schools are  836 institutions, across 55 countries or territories.  In India there are 11 accredited schools and 65 members including the accredited schools.  Currently a massive exercise is underway to bring in new  revised standards reducing the number to 9 under three categories Strategic Management, Learners Success and Thought Leadership under the AACSB 2020 standards. 

Joins AACSB Accredited Schools list

Amrita  University School of Business Coimbatore  has been accredited by AACSB in November 2019

AACSB member schools in India : 65

Indian accredited schools 

From our 2012 conference at Bangalore

Standard 1: Mission, Impact, Innovation  

Standard 2: Intellectual Contributions, Impact, and Alignment with mission 

Standard 3: Financial Strategies and Allocation of Resources  

Participants – Students, Faculty, and Professional Staff

Standard 4: Student Admissions, Progression, and Career Development

Standard 5: Faculty Sufficiency and Deployment

Standard 6: Faculty Management and Support

Standard 7: Professional Staff Sufficiency and Deployment

Learning and Teaching

Standard 8: Curricula Management and Assurance of Learning  
Standard 9: Curriculum Content

Standard 10: Student-Faculty Interactions  

Standard 11: Degree Program Educational Level, Structure, and Equivalence

Standard 12: Teaching Effectiveness

Academic and Professional Engagement  

Standard 13: Student Academic and Professional Engagement  

Standard 14: Executive Education  

Standard 15: Faculty Qualifications and Engagement

Contact SEAA Facilitation Services Team for help relating to  Accreditation process, Mission workshops for faculty, Peregrine online student learning outcome assessment service for assurance of learning (AoL)  & Bloomberg B-school connections service

AACSB proposes new standards for 2020

AACSB  as the oldest and longest serving global accreditation agency strives to continuously improve engagement among business, faculty, institutions, and learners, so that business education is aligned with business practice. The agency revealed a draft approach paper at its just concluded annual Accreditation Conference. The new standards would reduce the  total number of current  standards  introduced in 2013 numbering 15 to 9.  The new standards would be divided into three strategic goals "Strategic Management (3 standards) Learners success (four standards) and Thought Leadership (2 standards) as opposed to the current three broad categories, namely Engagement, Innovation and Impact . The new standards in fact  reorder and merge a few of the standards and creating some wholly new standards, The accredited or member school faculty are being asked to submit their comments on the  draft proposals that would come to effect as option from 2020  submission and completely adopted by 2023.  Submit your  comments to AACSB Business Accreditation Task Force (BATF) 

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