We are pleased to announce and offer our congratulations to

Newcastle University Business School

Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC)

Economics and Management School, Wuhan University 

School of Business, Hong Kong Baptist University for their recent EQUIS re-accreditations!

The Newcastle University Business School continues in its vision of education and research with the provision of creative solutions and a focus on global problems. The school’s high-quality programmes are designed with clear objectives with well-articulated regimes of learning and assessment.

Professor Sharon Mavin, Director of Newcastle University Business School, said: “We are delighted to once more receive this international recognition from EQUIS and be re-accredited. It is a testimony to the excellence of our research plus the high quality of our staff and students that we are among an elite group of business schools worldwide to have achieved triple accreditation.

“As our focus is on educating for the ‘Future of Work’ and ‘Leading on Leadership’, this strong endorsement of our work demonstrates our commitment to providing an exceptional education that gives students the skills and knowledge they need to not only become global business leaders of the future, but to make a positive impact on society”.

“The EQUIS re-accreditation marks the continuing effort of EMS, Wuhan University to strive to be a leading business school in China”, said Min Song, Dean of the Economics and Management School, Wuhan University.

The School of Business, Hong Kong Baptist University, is a well-respected business school in Hong Kong, which has also gained a considerable reputation in Mainland China. Not only in its programmes but also in all other activities, the school puts a strong emphasis on topics of ethics, sustainability and responsibility.

“The School is very pleased to receive this re-accreditation. The EQUIS process provides us with an opportunity to benchmark against the highest international standards. That’s something that our students, alumni and employers value very highly,” commented Edward J. Snape, Dean of the School of Business, Hong Kong Baptist University.

The Director of Quality Services and EQUIS, David Asch, said: “Congratulations to all the successfully re-accredited schools. They continue in their vision of providing high-quality education and research in the continuously changing environment.”

“EQUIS accreditation ensures a rigorous quality improvement process, benchmarking the school against international standards in terms of governance, programmes, students, faculty, research, and foremost, internationalisation, ethics, responsibility and sustainability, as well as corporate engagement. There are currently no substitutes for such an in-depth assessment of quality and all the schools should be commended for their commitment to excellence.”

EQUIS has now accredited 182 schools across 44 countries. More information is available on efmdglobal.org/equis.