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Henley Business School re-accredited by AMBA

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We are delighted to announce that Henley Business School has been re-accredited for five years by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) – maintaining our status as a triple-crown business school.

AMBA is the global standard for all MBA, DBA and Masters in Management degrees, accrediting programmes from the top 2% of business schools in more than 75 countries.

Its report commended Henley and its programmes for being led by teams that are clearly committed to the academic and pastoral wellbeing of students.

It praised our exceptionally diverse and academically-qualified faculty, as well as our long-standing commitment to the development of international delivery sites – noting South Africa in particular, which now has the largest MBA scholarship programme in Africa.

Earlier this year Henley celebrated its 200th DBA graduate, and the report notes our DBA’s continued success in what is a historically difficult market, which it said was testament to the efficient management of the programme.

It also recognised our use of the Apprenticeship Levy as an opportunity to build a meaningful strategic relationship with EY, one of the ‘Big Four’ accounting firms.

There was praise too for our Greenlands campus, which was commended as an ‘exceptional learning environment’ for executive-level students.

As well as AMBA, Henley is accredited by AACSB and by EFMD through its EQUIS process. This triple accreditation is evidence of the quality and high standards of our programmes and our staff.

Professor John Board, Dean of Henley Business School, said:

“We are pleased to receive the AMBA accreditation, which represents the highest standard of achievement in postgraduate business education. Their report is a reflection of the hard work and commitment that everyone at Henley puts in to maintaining our status as a world-class business school.”
Published 18 December 2019
Henley news

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