business school

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Noun1.business school - a graduate school offering study leading to a degree of Master in Business Administrationbusiness school - a graduate school offering study leading to a degree of Master in Business Administration
grad school, graduate school - a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor's degree
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ABS recently gained accreditation from AACSB International - the Association of Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools.
The EQUIS accreditation means that the business school holds onto its place as one of an elite group of business schools worldwide who hold triple accreditation, one of only 26 institutions in the UK to do so.
LAHORE -- Prime Minister's Advisor on Institutional Reforms and Austerity Dr Ishrat Hussain Monday called upon all business schools of the country to take a central role in public policy formulation, especially the economic policies.
The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is one of the oldest and most widely renowned international accrediting body for business schools worldwide.
The conference shed light on new avenues for business schools to deploy innovative technologies and new business models that enhance student and other stakeholder engagement.
Lagos Business School (LBS), Lagos, a leading management and business school in Africa, has emerged as the only school in Africa to be listed among the top 50 business schools in the world in The Economist magazine's 2018 Executive MBA ranking.
IN addition to undergraduate and postgraduate business and management courses, modern business schools are also developing specific training for external organisations.
However, in addition to undergraduate and postgraduate business and management courses, an increasing number of business schools have also been developing specific programmes for external organisations.
However, in Pakistan, except for some elite business schools such as Lums, IBA and LSE, business schools established in the public-sector universities have failed to produce good business leaders, ones who are trained in market-demanded entrepreneurial and operational skills.
A report from the Chartered Association of Business Schools highlights the many projects funded by the EU - including a number of examples in the North East - that it says have made a significant impact on local business communities.
University business schools awarded the charter have already directly helped over 8,000 small businesses, working with them through a range of support, including on-site incubators with dedicated space for students and small businesses to grow.