Accreditation AMBA

KEDGE Business School is AMBA accredited. AMBA is one of the main global accreditations dedicated to business schools. It denotes the highest standard of achivement in postgraduate business education.

Philosophy of AMBA accreditation focuses on impact, employability and learning outcomes. AMBA believes that accredited programmes should reflect the changing trends and innovation in the global postgraduate management education sector.

There are currently more than 260 AMBA-accredited business schools worldwide over 75 countries.

 

AMBA is the Association of MBAs, created in 1967. It is a UK-based institution that accredits the following programme types:

  • Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) 
  • Master’s in Business and Management (MBM) 
  • Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

KEDGE is currently AMBA accredited for the following programmes :

  • Global Executive MBA (EMBA)
  • Blended MBA

Eligibility criteria for AMBA accreditation

AMBA’s accreditation criteria follow the flow of the program life cycle:

  1. Institution (mission, values, strategic objectives)
  2. Sustainability and Distinctiveness
  3. Faculty Quality and Sufficiency
  4. Portfolio of MBAs / DBAs / MBM
  5. Programme Design and Leadership
  6. Students: Student Recruitment and Cohort Experience
  7. Competences, Graduate Attributes, and Learning Outcomes
  8. Curriculum Breadth and Depth
  9. Delivery and Interaction
  10. Impact and Lifelong Learning

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