EQUIS re-accredited for five more years
We are delighted to announce that Henley Business School has been accredited for the next five years, the highest level of such recognition, by EFMD’s European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
This recognition by EFMD maintains our place held since 2001 as one of the world’s leading Business Schools in holding accreditation from all the major international bodies, the others being AMBA and AACSB.
The report is very supportive of our well-articulated strategy and other positive developments since their last visit in 2014, and recognises the benefits of being a full-service Business School within a strong multi-disciplinary university.
EQUIS highlighted a number of our strengths, including the support services we offer to students, in particular the careers advice service and mentorship programme. They also cited our strong international presence and our extensive connections with the corporate world.
In addition the report highlighted the strategic and operational development of our Executive Education programmes as an area of excellence.
Professor John Board, Dean, comments:
“The EQUIS accreditation covers everything we do and stand for as a school so it is gratifying that the report is so supportive of our strategy, offering encouragement for our current path. Their five year stamp of approval is a reflection of the skill, effort and care that everyone at the Business School puts into improving upon everything we do and becoming the number one choice for individuals and organisations.”
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