We are happy to announce that the EPAS Accreditation Board has recently awarded EPAS accreditation to three new programmes from business schools from Italy and Sweden.
The following programmes have been recognised by the EPAS quality label:
– Master in Human Resources and Organisation
Bologna Business School, University of Bologna, Italy
“Congratulations to Bologna Business School for their EPAS accreditation. Their Master in Human Resources and Organisation is a strong programme that benefits, among other things, from a great corporate support. As the first HRO programme taught in English in Italy, it attracts an excellent international mix of students. We are very happy to welcome Bologna Business School in the pool of EPAS accredited programmes,” said David Asch, Director of Quality Services & EPAS Director.
– Bachelor’s Programme in International Business Management
– Master’s Programme in International Marketing
School of Business, Society and Engineering, Mälardalen University, Sweden
Thomas Wahl, Dean of the School of Business, Society and Engineering, Mälardalen University, said: “We are glad to receive the EPAS accreditation for both of our programmes: Bachelor’s Programme in International Business Management and Master’s Programme in International Marketing. We learned a lot through the EPAS accreditation process which examined in detail the design and delivery of our programmes, programme outcomes and quality assurance. This is a moment of joy for all of our stakeholders to receive the prestigious acknowledgement through the EPAS accreditation which proves that our two programmes hold high quality standards. We feel proud and are highly inspired to continue the hard work to maintain the highest quality of our programmes. We are delighted to be part of the 105 EPAS accredited programmes.”
David Asch, Director of Quality Services & EPAS Director, commented: “We are delighted to welcome School of Business, Society and Engineering, Mälardalen University, Sweden to the community of EPAS accredited programmes. Those two programmes are well-established and show a solid grounding in fundamental disciplines, supported by a competent and engaged faculty team. We would like to warmly congratulate both programmes and the school for their accreditation.”
The list of EPAS re-accredited programmes is available here.
EPAS was launched in 2005 and in 12 years has had a considerable impact on the quality of business schools programmes all over the world. The programme accreditation from EFMD is one of the most demanding yet effective ways to certify the quality of a programme in the field of business and management.
As of June, 105 accredited programmes from 77 institutions across 36 countries have been awarded EPAS accreditation. For more information on EPAS visit www.efmd.org/epas