EDHEC Business School obtains AMBA accreditation for its Master in Management and confirms the excellence of its programmes

Written on 30 April 2020.


EDHEC Business School is pleased to announce that its Master in Management programme has just obtained AMBA (Association of Masters of Business Administration) accreditation, thereby joining its two MBA programmes that have held this British label since 2003.  

Since 2004, EDHEC has belonged to the 1% of business schools around the globed to command triple accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA (MBA certification and now MBM). Since that date, EDHEC has been pursuing a systematic quality policy for the whole of its programme portfolio. This new AMBA accreditation, granted for a five-year period, testifies to the demanding standards, selectivity and excellence associated with the Master in Management programme. It comes in the wake of the renewal of the programme’s AACSB accreditation last year, for the third consecutive year, and also the renewal of the AMBA label for the School’s two MBA programmes (EDHEC Global MBA and EDHEC Executive MBA) in 2019.

 

A demanding and selective programme

The representatives of the association tasked with assessing the programme notably highlighted the quality of the EDHEC student experience, underlining “the quality of EDHEC’s campuses, particularly student areas that contribute to enhancing the student experience” They also singled out “the School’s well-considered and appropriate strategy that enables it to improve the quality, reputation and learning experience associated with its programmes of excellence”, while hailing “the launch of the GETT track1, demonstrating the School’s commitment to responding to market needs”.

 

“This accreditation testifies to the School’s day-to-day commitment and continuous efforts to offer students a learning experience of ever-higher quality and a programme of excellence, that is both innovative and constantly adapted to a job market undergoing extensive change”, explains Michelle Sisto, Director of the Master in Management and MSc programmes at EDHEC Business School.

 

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