Leeds University Business School has reaffirmed its position as a top international business school, achieving five year AMBA re-accreditation, issued by the Association of MBAs (AMBA).
The Association of MBAs is the impartial authority on postgraduate management education, currently accrediting programmes for business schools in over 70 countries for the benefit of business schools, students, alumni and employers.
Executive Dean, Professor Peter Moizer said, “AMBA accreditation is the global standard for MBA and other masters programmes. We are delighted to achieve the highly sought-after five-year re-accreditation status, indicative of the quality of student education and research here at Leeds University Business School.”
The School is internationally renowned for the quality of its teaching, its research and its facilities. The Leeds Full-time MBA, MSc Accounting and Finance and MSc International Business are all listed in the latest Financial Times Global MBA, Masters in Finance and Masters in Management top 100 league tables.
The School is also accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and holds five year accreditation status by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS). Leeds is one of a small number of business schools worldwide who are triple accredited.