EFMD would like to warmly congratulate the following schools, whose programmes have recently been re-accredited by EPAS.

EPAS accreditation is the most thorough programme accreditation system for business and/or management programmes. It covers all facets of programme provision: from its institutional, national and international environment, through its design, delivery, outcomes and impacts, to its quality assurance processes. EPAS emphasises academic rigour, practical relevance, internationalisation, and ethics and sustainability.

Congratulations to:

  • Corvinus Business School, Corvinus University of Budapest with its BA in Business and Management

“Corvinus Business School and the team responsible for the BA in Business and Management programme is overjoyed to have received – for the 3rd time in a row – EPAS accreditation for the BA in Business and Management programme for the maximum possible five years. For us, EPAS accreditation means not only the acknowledgement of the quality of the programme by the internationally recognised EFMD but also pride in the fact that our efforts to continue to ensure and further improve the quality of the programme have been successful. Moreover, it gives us an incentive to pursue our work to further develop the high standard of the programme and the services offered to our students,” commented Zita Zoltay Paprika, Dean of Corvinus Business School.

  • Faculty of Management, Laurentian University for its Bachelor of Commerce in Sports Administration and its Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA on-campus) / Baccalauréat en administration des affaires (BAA) Programme Set.

“We are thrilled to receive EFMD’s EPAS international accreditation renewal for our BBA, BAA and BCom-SPAD degree programs. As our students and graduates embark upon exciting opportunities and successful careers around the world, the EPAS provides additional recognition for their business acumen and leadership skills,” said Michel Delorme, incoming Dean of the Faculty of Management at Laurentian University.

  • Toulouse School of Management, Toulouse 1 Capitole University with a Master in International Management

“Getting the EPAS accreditation for the fourth time for our Master in International Management is a great achievement for TSM. The EPAS accreditation is a key asset to leverage the international development of our school. Our students, faculty members and alumni are thrilled to be part of the EFMD dynamic network,” commented Hervé Penan, Director, Toulouse School of Management, Toulouse 1 Capitole University.

Jens Tøndel, EPAS Director, added: “I would like to warmly congratulate Corvinus Business School, Toulouse School of Management and the Faculty of Management, Laurentian University for having successfully gone through the EPAS re-accreditation process. Their achievement illustrates their commitment to the continuous improvement of the quality of their programmes, and we are happy to accompany them on their journey towards excellence.”

There are currently 113 EPAS-accredited programmes from 82 schools across 35 countries. For more information on EPAS, visit www.efmdglobal.org/epas.