L’ EFMD annonce ce jour l’accréditation EQUIS du CERAM Sophia Antipolis.
Voici la liste des écoles ayant obtenu leur accréditation ce 27 février 2007:
- Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
- CERAM Sophia Antipolis, France
- Faculty of Business, City University of Hong Kong, China
- Faculty of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
- Faculty of Business, University of Victoria, Canada
- ICN – Business School, France
- Korea University Business School, Korea
- Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration, Austria
Le nombre d’écoles accréditées EQUIS passe désormais à 105, réparties sur 30 pays.
EQUIS was created in 1997 by a mandate of EFMD’s member business schools including Bocconi, HEC Paris, IESE, IMD, INSEAD, ESADE, London Business School, and Rotterdam School of Management. It was inspired by the need to develop an INTERNATIONAL accreditation system for those business schools, wherever they were in the world that were trying to make an impact beyond their domestic frontiers.
In designing EQUIS, EFMD responded to the needs faced by international business schools that AACSB, AMBA or any other national accreditation scheme were not satisfying or likely to satisfy in the foreseeable future. This remains a key objective of EQUIS: to provide differential value over other accreditation systems to a highly select number of world business schools that strive for excellence.
Business schools that are accredited by EQUIS must demonstrate not only high quality in all dimensions of their activities, but a high degree of internationalization. EQUIS also believes that business schools should be as closely connected to the real world of business as schools of medicine are to working hospitals. There must be a balance between high academic quality and the professional relevance provided by close interaction with the corporate world.
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