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2016

BUSINESS
SCHOOL
DATA GUIDE
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CONTENTS

1 Foreword pg. 6

2 Business School Profile pg. 8

3 Business Degree Programs pg. 10

4 Enrollment pg. 16

5 Faculty & Administrative Personnel pg. 20

6 Finances pg. 34

7 Collaborations pg.40

8 AACSB International Membership pg. 46

9 AACSB International Resources pg. 53

10 About AACSB International pg. 54


FOREWORD

AACSB Internationals Business School Data Guide, originally known as


the Pocket Guide, has seen many transformations over its 16-year history.
In its first edition in 2000, the guide was printed entirely in black and white and
contained data pertaining only to U.S. schools of business. The first editions
foreword closed with a goal statement for future editionsto provide a more
complete look at management education, one that was international in its scope.
As AACSBs global membership network has grown, so has its survey participation
from all around the world. This years guide features data from 804 schools of
business in 72 countries and territories, representing six continents.
For the first time, we have included select five-year trend analyses of various
data sets. We hope these multi-year displays will trigger interest and
conversation regarding the trajectory that business education has taken over
the last five years. More curated trend analysis and data samplings can be
found at www.aacsb.edu/data.
As always, please use caution when applying the aggregate, industry-level
data shown in this guide to your decision-making. Such high-level data may
be inappropriate for benchmarking and decision-making purposes. Instead,
consider creating custom data sets through AACSBs DataDirect, the most
comprehensive database on business schools in the world. Through DataDirect,
you will be able to generate all of the tables and graphs featured in this guide
and, further, benchmark it to your own peer institutions. For assistance with
utilizing DataDirect, visit the DataDirect Guides & Support page at
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BUSINESS SCHOOL
PROFILE
27% of desired
collaborations are with
schools in Europe & the Near East

$ 24,630,348
average operating budget

55 average full-time staff


max reported: 612
(non-faculty)

41% of schools have an endowment between 1 and 20 million USD

2,006 average undergraduate enrollment 56%


male

413 average MBA enrollment 23% full-time


traditional 2 year

81 average doctoral enrollment


most popular doctoral fields
31% 19% 11%
general business management economics

70 average FT faculty in the b-school 80% of


faculty have 56% of
doctoral faculty are
average annual salary: tenured
degrees
$152,700

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BUSINESS DEGREE
PROGRAMS
BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS

UNDERGRADUATE TUITION RATES FOR LOCAL STUDENTS,


BY REGION (TUITION PER YEAR, IN USD, FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)
$18,000

$16,000

$14,000

$12,000

$10,000

$8,000

$6,000

$4,000
201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

Canada United States


Latin America & Caribbean Asia (excluding Near & Middle East)
Oceania Europe & Near East

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire

LOCAL FULL-TIME MBA TUITION RATES BY REGION (TUITION FOR FULL


DEGREE PROGRAM LENGTH, IN USD, FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)
$50,000

$45,000

$40,000

$35,000

$30,000

$25,000

$20,000
201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

Canada United States


Latin America & Caribbean Asia (excluding Near & Middle East)
Oceania Europe & Near East

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS

PROGRAM GROWTHALL MEMBERS (FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)


%
DISCIPLINES 201011 201112 201213 201314 201415
CHANGE
Accounting 1,357 1,401 1,450 1,501 1,546 13.9%
Organizational Behavior 76 72 66 65 66 -13.2%
Business Communications 18 21 25 25 27 50.0%
Business Education 42 44 36 41 41 -2.4%
Business Ethics 15 18 16 20 24 60.0%
Business Law 52 52 58 65 71 36.5%
CIS/MIS 766 766 779 795 812 6.0%
e-Business 63 54 51 50 51 -19.0%
Economics 711 772 773 786 807 13.5%
Entrepreneurship 276 302 316 324 351 27.2%
Finance 1,252 1,285 1,360 1,412 1,482 18.4%
General Business 2,421 2,487 2,577 2,716 2,856 18.0%
Health Services 149 145 151 151 153 2.7%
Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism 156 171 184 177 217 39.1%
Human Resource Management 348 337 357 360 373 7.2%
Insurance 83 83 86 86 86 3.6%
International Business 681 718 748 717 709 4.1%
Management 1,820 1,822 1,904 1,911 2,000 9.9%
Marketing 1,023 1,046 1,058 1,096 1,156 13.0%
Operations Research 28 31 32 36 38 35.7%
Operations Management 222 216 208 200 202 -9.0%
Public Administration 54 52 56 58 76 40.7%
Quantitative Methods 42 46 46 55 59 40.5%
Real Estate 153 146 144 150 137 -10.5%
Statistics 39 46 45 45 46 17.9%
Strategic Management 117 122 102 108 113 -3.4%
Supply Chain 204 220 238 248 255 25.0%
Taxation 104 103 105 107 110 5.8%
Other 1,155 1,240 1,260 1,205 1,347 16.6%
Source: Controlled set of 545 schools participating in the AACSB International Business School
Questionnaire in the last five years.

60% The largest growth


19% The largest decline
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over five years, for over five years, for


S

business ethics e-business


programs. programs.

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS

PERCENTAGE OF PROGRAMS OFFERED WORLDWIDE BY LEVEL AND


DISCIPLINE (201415)
Table shows the percentage of degree programs reported at each education level.

SPECIALIZED
DISCIPLINES UNDERGRADUATE MBA* DOCTORATE
MASTERS
Accounting/Taxation 11.6% 3.9% 19.0% 8.0%
Business Communications 0.2% 0.1% 0.3% 0.0%
Business Education 0.3% 0.2% 0.3% 0.3%
Business Ethics 0.0% 0.2% 0.3% 0.2%
Business Law 0.6% 0.4% 0.5% 0.2%
CIS/MIS 6.3% 3.0% 5.6% 6.2%
e-Business 0.2% 0.2% 0.6% 0.3%
Economics 7.7% 0.7% 5.2% 8.2%
Entrepreneurship 2.9% 2.1% 1.7% 0.6%
Finance 12.2% 6.3% 15.5% 10.9%
General Business 12.8% 35.3% 3.4% 10.4%
Human Resource Management 2.5% 1.4% 3.9% 1.0%
Management 18.1% 23.8% 14.2% 22.4%
Marketing 10.3% 4.0% 6.6% 7.7%
Operations Management 1.3% 1.1% 1.1% 3.1%
Quantitative Methods 0.5% 0.5% 1.6% 3.3%
All Others 12.7% 16.8% 20.3% 17.2%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)
*Throughout this guide, MBA refers to MBA and Masters Generalist programs that are considered
MBA equivalent.

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Of all undergraduate business
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S

degree programs offered

18%
worldwide,
are in the
management discipline

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS

PERCENTAGE OF PROGRAMS OFFERED BY ACADEMIC LEVELALL


MEMBERS (201415)

8%

21%
46%

25%

Undergraduate MBA/Generalist Specialized Masters Doctorate

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

BUSINESS PROGRAMS OFFERED BY AACSB MEMBERS BY REGION


(201415)
Table shows the percentage of degree programs reported at each education level.

63%
59% 58%
56% 55% 56%
54%
51%

42%
37% 39%
34% 35%
38%
28%
24%
18%
14%
10% 9%
8%
7% 6% 5%

Canada United Latin America Asia Oceania Africa Middle East Europe &
States & Caribbean (excluding Near East
Near &
Middle East)

Undergraduate Masters Doctoral

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Note: Each participating school can report multiple degree programs per education level.

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS

PERCENTAGE OF DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL AND GENDER,


201011 AND 201415 (ALL SCHOOLS)

20102011 201415

PROGRAM LEVEL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE


Undergraduate 54.8% 45.2% 55.3% 44.7%
MBA 63.7% 36.3% 63.1% 36.9%
Specialized Masters 51.5% 48.5% 49.4% 50.6%
Doctorate 62.4% 37.6% 60.1% 39.9%
Total Percentages 56.6% 34.4% 56.0% 44.0%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201011 and 201415)

PERCENTAGE OF DEGREES CONFERRED BY REGION AND LEVEL (201415)


SPECIALIZED
COUNTRY/REGION UNDERGRADUATE MBA DOCTORATE
MASTERS
Canada 76.5% 15.2% 7.7% 0.6%
United States 67.4% 20.3% 11.9% 0.4%
Latin America & Caribbean 50.5% 36.4% 12.5% 0.6%
Asia (excluding Near
49.9% 31.9% 16.7% 1.5%
& Middle East)
Oceania 65.8% 5.8% 27.2% 1.1%
Africa 37.8% 58.8% 3.2% 0.1%
Middle East 70.9% 22.6% 6.4% 0.1%
Europe & Near East 40.1% 24.6% 33.4% 1.8%
Total Percentages 59.9% 21.5% 17.7% 0.9%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

PERCENTAGE OF ACCOUNTING DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL AT


ACCOUNTING-ACCREDITED SCHOOLS (FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)
PROGRAM LEVEL 201011 201112 201213 201314 201415
Undergraduate 68.0% 67.8% 65.2% 65.8% 65.1%
MBA 1.6% 2.0% 2.4% 2.0% 2.1%
Specialized Masters 30.1% 29.9% 32.0% 31.7% 32.4%
Doctorate 0.3% 0.3% 0.4% 0.5% 0.4%
Source: Controlled set of 134 schools participating in each year of the Accounting Programs
Questionnaire from 201011 through 201415

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ENROLLMENT
ENROLLMENT

ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGES BY PROGRAM TYPE AND REGION


(201011 AND 201415)
REGION YEAR FULL TIME PART TIME
201011 62.5% 37.5%
Canada
201415 60.0% 40.0%
201011 46.8% 53.2%
United States
201415 41.8% 58.2%
201011 36.6% 63.4%
Latin America & Caribbean
201415 65.6% 34.4%
201011 43.5% 56.5%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East)
201415 33.4% 66.6%
201011 23.5% 76.5%
Oceania
201415 25.0% 75.0%
201011 68.4% 31.6%
Europe & Near East
201415 80.5% 19.5%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201011 and 201415)
Note: Participating Schools by Region: Canada 15, U.S. 430, Latin America 15, Asia 20, Oceania 11,
Europe & Near East 46.

Over the last five years, full-time enrollment


has grown by
12.1% in Europe & The Near East
and has shrunk by
5% in The United States

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ENROLLMENT

AVERAGE ENROLLMENT BY REGION (201415)


SPECIALIZED
UNDERGRADUATE MBA DOCTORAL
REGION MASTERS
ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT ENROLLMENT
ENROLLMENT
Canada 2,811 355 193 45
United States 1,785 311 206 51
Latin America & Caribbean 2,113 382 228 56
Asia (excluding Near &
2,089 495 316 93
Middle East)
Oceania 5,254 461 1,385 121
Middle East 1,501 228 99 40
Europe & Near East 2,269 916 942 122
All Regions 2,004 414 376 81
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)
Note: Average is based on count of schools reporting data at that level and category. Participating
schools by region: Canada 15, U.S. 430, Latin America 15, Asia 20, Oceania 11, Middle East 18,
Europe & Near East 46. This set also applies to the following four enrollment tables.

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGES BY GENDER


AND REGION (201415)

REGION MALE FEMALE


Canada 53.6% 46.4%
United States 58.4% 41.6%
Latin America & Caribbean 54.1% 45.9%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 48.2% 51.8%
Oceania 50.6% 49.4%
Middle East 43.8% 56.2%
Europe & Near East 53.1% 46.9%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

MBA ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGES BY GENDER AND REGION (201415)

REGION MALE FEMALE


Canada 58.6% 41.4%
United States 62.3% 37.7%
Latin America & Caribbean 64.9% 35.1%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 67.0% 33.0%
Oceania 61.8% 38.2%
Middle East 49.0% 51.0%
Europe & Near East 55.5% 44.5%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

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ENROLLMENT

SPECIALIZED MASTERS ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGES BY GENDER


AND REGION (201415)

REGION MALE FEMALE


Canada 48.7% 51.3%
United States 51.8% 48.2%
Latin America & Caribbean 58.3% 41.7%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 50.7% 49.3%
Oceania 42.4% 57.6%
Middle East 35.7% 64.3%
Europe & Near East 49.8% 50.2%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

DOCTORAL ENROLLMENT PERCENTAGES BY GENDER AND REGION


(201415)

REGION MALE FEMALE


Canada 60.9% 39.1%
United States 62.5% 37.5%
Latin America & Caribbean 54.3% 45.7%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 58.7% 41.3%
Oceania 51.7% 48.3%
Middle East 53.5% 46.5%
Europe & Near East 61.5% 38.5%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

At all levels
except doctoral,

The Middle East


has the highest percentage of
female students enrolled.
(represents AACSB member schools only)

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FACULTY &
ADMINISTRATIVE
PERSONNEL
FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY GENDER AND DISCIPLINEALL


MEMBERS (201516)

DISCIPLINE MALE FEMALE


Accounting/Taxation 60.8% 39.1%
Business Communications 34.9% 65.1%
Business Education 53.5% 46.5%
Business Ethics 72.7% 27.3%
Business Law 63.3% 36.7%
CIS/MIS 73.8% 26.2%
e-Business 70.8% 29.2%
Economics 76.1% 23.9%
Entrepreneurship 74.9% 25.1%
Finance 78.9% 21.1%
Human Resource Management 55.7% 44.3%
Management 64.9% 35.1%
Marketing 62.5% 37.5%
Operations Management 78.6% 21.4%
Quantitative Methods 78.0% 22.0%
All Others 70.0% 30.0%
All Disciplines 68.3% 31.7%

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

Disciplines with the largest percentage increase in


female faculty over the last five years

45% Supply
Chain

67% Operations
36% Management
Entrepreneurship
Behavioral
32% Science
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S

Business
36% Communication
Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201011 through 201516)
Note: Percentages based on disciplines with at least 100 female faculty members in each year.

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME FACULTY BY GENDER (201415)

32%

68%

Male Female

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF PARTICIPATING AND SUPPORTING FACULTY BY REGION


(201415)

82%
74% 76%
72% 70%
68%
60%
54%
46%
40%
32% 30%
28% 26% 24%
18%

Canada United Latin Asia Oceania Africa Middle Europe &


States America & (excluding East Near East
Caribbean Near &
Middle East)
Participating Faculty Supporting Faculty

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Participating Schools by Region: Canada 28, U.S. 523, Latin America 27, Asia 62, Oceania 23, Africa 3,
Middle East 18, Europe & Near East 105.

Latin America is the only region with more


supporting than participating faculty, with 54% supporting
faculty
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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF RESEARCH DOCTORATES AMONG FULL-TIME FACULTY,


BY REGION (201415)

81.3% 80.3% 81.0%


72.5% 75.3% 73.4%
64.1%
58.8%

Africa Asia Europe & Latin Oceania Canada United Middle East
(excluding Near East America States
Near & & Caribbean
Middle East)

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Note: Participating schools by region: Canada 28, U.S. 523, Latin America 27, Asia 62, Oceania 23,
Africa 3, Middle East 18, Europe & Near East 105.

PERCENTAGE OF RESEARCH DOCTORATES AMONG FULL-TIME FACULTY


BY GENDER AND SCHOOL SIZE (201011 AND 201415)

71% 73% 73% 68% 70% 69%

29% 27% 27% 32% 30% 31%

Male Female Male Female

2010-11 2014-15

Small Medium Large

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201011 and 201415)


Note: Small is 35 or fewer FT faculty; Medium is 36 to 74 FT faculty; Large is 75 or more FT faculty.

Among accredited schools,


O the percentage of female
3.1% in the last
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research doctorates among five years.


S

FT faculty has increased by

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF FACULTY BASED ON ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONALL


MEMBERS (201415)

5%
10%

27%

58%

Scholarly Practitioners Instructional Practitioners


Scholarly Academics Practice Academics

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

PERCENTAGE OF ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS BY REGION (201415)


SCHOLARLY SCHOLARLY INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICE NOT
REGION
PRACTITIONERS ACADEMICS PRACTITIONERS ACADEMICS LISTED
U.S. 3.2% 46.7% 25.4% 6.6% 18.1%
Canada 4.6% 40.9% 22.8% 8.2% 23.4%
Latin America
13.9% 30.1% 22.4% 22.6% 11.0%
& Caribbean
Asia (excluding
Near & 5.8% 44.2% 13.8% 13.0% 23.2%
Middle East)
Oceania 1.5% 54.8% 7.6% 2.4% 33.7%
Africa 1.2% 67.2% 18.8% 6.8% 6.0%
Middle East 1.1% 37.3% 12.2% 2.0% 47.4%
Europe &
5.1% 41.7% 14.9% 8.8% 29.5%
Near East
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)
Note: Participating schools by region: Canada 15, U.S. 430, Latin America 15, Asia 20, Oceania 11,
Middle East 18, Europe & Near East 46.

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

PERCENTAGE OF FACULTY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN BY REGION (201415)

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN COUNTRY OF ORIGIN IS


REGION
IS HOST COUNTRY NOT HOST COUNTRY
U.S. 94.9% 5.1%
Canada 55.1% 44.9%

Latin America & Caribbean 87.0% 13.0%

Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 83.4% 16.6%


Oceania 47.2% 52.8%
Africa 89.3% 10.7%
Middle East 45.2% 54.8%
Europe & Near East 68.7% 31.3%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)
Note: Data is based on country of origin or birthplace for schools outside of the U.S. and
based on citizenship and permanent residency for schools within the U.S.

PERCENTAGE OF FACULTY POSITIONS BY REGION (201415)

FTE OF PT
FT
FT FT FT FACULTY FTE OF
REGION TENURE
TENURED NON-TENURED TOTAL (NO GTAs
TRACK
GTAs)
U.S. 45.7% 18.8% 19.5% 84.0% 14.3% 1.7%
Canada 48.7% 14.9% 15.4% 79.1% 19.0% 1.9%
Latin America &
30.2% 7.7% 18.4% 58.9% 38.1% 3.0%
Caribbean
Asia (excluding
43.1% 13.6% 13.9% 75.6% 22.8% 1.6%
Near & Middle East)
Oceania 64.9% 8.7% 13.6% 87.2% 8.3% 4.5%
Middle East 32.4% 20.3% 33.0% 90.2% 9.5% 0.3%
Europe - - - 74.1% 18.8% 7.1%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)
Note: Tenure-track data is not collected for the European region. Near East and Africa had
insufficient data.
GTA refers to Graduate Teaching Assistant.

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DATA GUIDE
SCHOOL DATA G U IDE 26
FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

AVERAGE OPERATING BUDGET PER FULL -TIME FACULTY MEMBER,


IN USD (FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)

352,052

342,760

336,912

332,012

321,206

201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

Source: AACSB Business School Questionnaire (201011 through 201415)

AVERAGE BUSINESS UNIT HEADCOUNTALL MEMBERS (FIVE-YEAR PERIOD)

220

215

205
203

198

201011 201112 201213 201314 201415

Source: AACSB Business School Questionnaire (201011 through 201415)

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

AVERAGE FULL-TIME SALARIES FOR EXISTING FACULTY BY RANK AND


DISCIPLINEALL MEMBERS, IN THOUSANDS OF USD FOR SELECTED
DISCIPLINES (201516)
ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT
DISCIPLINE PROFESSOR INSTRUCTORS
PROFESSOR PROFESSOR
Accounting 156.4 132.2 136.3 76.4
Business Communications 106.6 86.8 77.1 63.4
Business Education 112.6 72.5 62.2 68.1
Business Ethics 148.8 104.6 94.7 88.3
Business Law 126.2 99.9 91.0 70.8
CIS/MIS 144.8 118.6 107.6 73.1
e-Business 101.0 85.5 82.7 55.0
Economics 135.5 99.7 95.2 63.8
Entrepreneurship 153.6 116.3 103.3 83.0
Finance 180.0 137.4 140.9 87.1
Human Resource Management 126.5 101.8 88.4 65.1
Management 149.0 115.3 106.5 74.1
Marketing 156.9 119.8 115.0 72.6
Operations Management 156.8 125.5 116.5 80.8
Quantitative Methods 149.8 110.5 107.3 67.4
All Others 136.8 102.8 96.9 72.2

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

AVERAGE FULL-TIME SALARIES FOR NEW HIRES BY RANK AND


DISCIPLINEALL MEMBERS, IN THOUSANDS OF USD FOR SELECTED
DISCIPLINES (201516)
ASSOCIATE ASSISTANT
DISCIPLINE PROFESSOR INSTRUCTORS
PROFESSOR PROFESSOR
Accounting 198.0 140.9 141.3 76.5
Business Communications - 41.8 73.8 59.0
Business Education - - - 66.5
Business Ethics - - - 80.4
Business Law - 104.4 97.2 71.1
CIS/MIS 166.8 122.4 107.7 70.8
e-Business - - - -
Economics 178.8 112.0 97.4 61.3
Entrepreneurship 187.1 127.1 113.5 78.8
Finance 187.4 151.7 142.2 92.3
Human Resources - - 96.5 58.9
Management 136.7 125.2 109.0 70.5
Marketing 118.0 116.7 120.0 68.1
Operations Management 273.5 140.3 116.4 87.1
Quantitative Methods 171.4 115.9 107.8 66.9
All Others 155.6 115.9 89.3 66.8

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

Note: No average provided if fewer than three faculty were reported for a discipline.

Newly hired professors


in accounting make 26.6% more than existing
accounting professors.

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

CURRENT AND PLANNED FULL -TIME DOCTORAL FACULTY POSITIONS


ALL MEMBERS (201516)
AUTHORIZED, PLANNED
POSITIONS FUNDED ADDITIONAL
# OF CURRENTLY DOCTORAL DOCTORAL
DISCIPLINE
SCHOOLS FILLED BY POSITIONS POSITIONS
DOCTORATES CURRENTLY IN NEXT
UNFILLED ACADEMIC YEAR
Accounting 496 3,693 296 241
Behavioral Science 240 863 49 32
Business Communications 202 225 8 12
Business Education 105 48 3 4
Business Ethics 148 130 10 3
Business Law 330 611 9 18
CIS/MIS 405 1,971 104 95
e-Business 107 38 2 2
Economics 367 2,416 74 62
Finance 491 3,516 196 186
General Business 122 54 11 6
Human Resource Management 249 562 30 25
Health/Hospital Administration 122 82 14 28
Hotel/Restaurant Management 118 143 11 8
Insurance 129 148 8 12
International Business 216 360 26 26
Logistics 172 348 25 32
Management 417 2,576 144 116
Marketing 495 3,209 165 150
Operations Management 311 971 54 52
Operations Research 137 171 6 4
Public Administration 94 57 1 1
Quantitative Methods 171 267 15 19
Real Estate 138 136 6 16
Small Business 273 467 48 50
Statistics 154 239 9 8
Strategic Management 278 849 39 32
Taxation 150 110 5 5
All Others 129 143 18 28
Total 500 24,403 1,386 1,273

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

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PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME ADMINISTRATORS BY GENDER


ALL MEMBERS (201516)

POSITION MALE FEMALE


Dean 76.1% 23.9%
Associate Dean 67.8% 32.2%
Assistant Dean 38.1% 61.9%
Assistant Dean or Director: Development 53.4% 46.6%
Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration 38.4% 61.6%
Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology 85.9% 14.1%
Academic Department Chair 75.8% 24.2%
School of Accounting, Director 77.4% 22.6%
Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs 39.6% 60.4%
Assistant Dean or Director: Graduate Programs 55.9% 44.1%
Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services 34.7% 65.3%
Director of Cooperative Programs 46.3% 53.7%
Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education 59.1% 40.9%
Director of Internship 30.9% 69.1%
MBA/Masters Admissions Director 35.5% 64.5%
Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs 49.4% 50.6%
Small Business Administration Director 55.3% 44.7%
Director of Communications/Public Relations 31.0% 69.0%
Executive MBA Director 50.0% 50.0%
Director of Research 80.3% 19.7%
Director of Distance Education 66.7% 33.3%
Major Gifts Officer 38.5% 61.5%
Director of Business Library Services 33.3% 66.7%
Other 41.6% 58.4%
All Administrative Positions 58.5% 41.5%

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

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FACULTY & ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

FULL-TIME AVERAGE SALARY BY POSITIONALL MEMBERS (201516,


IN THOUSANDS OF USD)

POSITION 9 MONTHS 12 MONTHS


Dean 278.7 241.9
Associate Dean 204.3 181.5
Assistant Dean 147.5 109.9
Assistant Dean or Director: Development - 125.8
Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration - 113.5
Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology 43.2 107.2
School of Accounting, Director 143.3 200.4
Academic Department Chair 156.1 154.2
Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs 143.9 99.8
Assistant Dean or Director of Graduate Programs 160.1 113.8
Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services 48.0 98.1
Director of Cooperative Programs 167.6 81.5
Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education 74.5 130.4
Director of Internship 58.0 59.8
MBA/Master's Admissions Director 86.2 93.0
Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs 120.8 118.5
Small Business Administration Director - 89.3
Director of Communications/Public Relations - 90.9
Executive MBA Director 104.0 119.3
Director of Research 165.5 129.6
Director of Distance Education - 105.1
Major Gifts Officer - 95.0
Director of Business Library Services - 85.7
Other 132.1 79.8

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey (201516)

Note: No average reported when fewer than three administrators were reported for a category.

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FINANCES

AVERAGE OPERATING BUDGET BY REGION, IN MILLIONS OF USD (201415)

56.8 55.9

48.7

26.5
24.6
19 20.1

10.9

Canada United Latin Asia Oceania Africa Middle East Europe &
States America & (excluding Near East
Caribbean Near &
Middle East)

Source: AACSB Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Note: Participating schools by region: Canada 28, U.S. 523, Latin America 27, Asia 62, Oceania 23,
Africa 3, Middle East 18, Europe & Near East 105.

DIRECTION OF NET FLOW OF SCHOOL FUNDS, BY SCHOOL SIZE (201415)

76.8% 78.3%

60.0%

32.5%

17.4% 18.8%

5.8% 7.5%
2.9%

Large Medium Small


To the Parent None To the B-School

Source: AACSB BSQ Finances Module (201415)

Note: Small is 0 to 35 FT faculty; Medium is 36 to 74 FT faculty; Large is 75 or more FT faculty.

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FINANCES

Net flow of funds from the business school to the parent institution

60% of small schools have a net


flow to the parent institution

78% of medium schools have a net


flow to the parent institution

77%
of large schools have a net
flow to the parent institution

PERCENTAGE OF CONTROL OF ORGANIZATIONAL FUNCTIONS, BY


REGION (201415)

0.0% 0.3% 5.1% 1.3% 0.0% 0.8% 0.8%

24.1% 44.0% 24.0%


33.6% 33.3% 27.7%
49.6%
14.1%
19.0%
17.9% 15.1%
31.6%
22.0%
48.5% 27.0% 61.1%
52.1% 55.6%
34.0%
34.8%
22.6%

Canada United Latin Asia Oceania Middle East Europe &


States America & (excluding Near East
Caribbean Near &
Middle East)
Business School Parent Institution Jointly Independently

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

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FINANCES

AVERAGE ENDOWMENT MARKET VALUE BY REGION, IN MILLIONS OF


USD (201415)

34.1
32.1

25.5

15.3
12.8 11.8
7.2
3.3

Canada United Latin Asia Oceania Africa Middle East Europe &
States America & (excluding Near East
Caribbean Near &
Middle East)

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Note: Participating schools by region: Canada 28, U.S. 523, Latin America 27, Asia 62, Oceania 23,
Africa 3, Middle East 18, Europe & Near East 105.

MEAN PERCENTAGES OF THE USES OF OPERATING FUNDS BY SCHOOL


SIZE (201415)

85.9%
83.0%
77.1%

22.9%
17.0%
14.2%

Large Medium Small

Mean % for Salary Uses Mean % for Non-Salary Uses

Source: AACSB International BSQ Finances Module (201415)

Note: Small is 0 to 35 FT faculty; Medium is 36 to 74 FT faculty; Large is 75 or more FT faculty.

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FINANCES

AVERAGE PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL SOURCES OF SCHOOL FUNDS


(201415)

UNIVERSITY/
TUITION & GOVERNMENT
REGION INSTITUTION
FEES APPROPRIATIONS
ALLOCATIONS
Canada 12.8% 10.0% 61.2%
United States 52.5% 9.2% 21.9%
Latin America & Caribbean 81.5% 0.0% 0.4%
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 60.7% 10.4% 7.7%
Oceania 44.6% 16.5% 22.1%
Africa 35.0% 8.3% 23.6%
Europe & Near East 63.5% 9.4% 3.3%
Middle East 71.6% 20.0% 2.4%
All Regions 45.5% 7.7% 16.7%
Source: AACSB International BSQ Finances Module (201415)
Note: Not all categories of school fund sources are listed.

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COLLABORATIONS

TOP COUNTRIES WITH THE MOST REPORTED EXISTING


COLLABORATIONS (201415)
NUMBER OF
COLLABORATIONS PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL
COUNTRY
INVOLVING NAMED COLLABORATIONS
PARTNERS IN COUNTRY
United States 1,140 9.9%
France 1,133 9.8%
China 1,106 9.6%
Germany 743 6.4%
Spain 631 5.5%
United Kingdom 619 5.4%
Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL BUSINESS SCHOOL PARTNERS NAMED, BY


REGIONAL BASE (201415)

Middle East
2%
Latin America & Caribbean
8%
Northern
Oceania
America
2%
18%
Africa
3%
Asia
Europe & (excluding
Near East Near & Middle
42% East)
25%

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)

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COLLABORATIONS

Europe & Have the greatest percentage of partners,

The Near East both for non-academic and non-business


academic units.

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PERCENTAGE OF NET PLANNED GROWTH IN NUMBER OF FULL-TIME


DOCTORAL POSITIONS BY DISCIPLINEALL MEMBERS (201415)

REGION OF DESIRED COLLABORATION


REGION OF ASIA
RESPONDENT EUROPE LATIN NO
(EXCLUDING MIDDLE NORTHERN
SCHOOL AFRICA & NEAR AMERICA & OCEANIA REGIONAL
MIDDLE & EAST AMERICA
EAST CARIBBEAN PREFERENCE
NEAR EAST)
Africa (n=2) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Asia (excl.
Middle &
2 19 30 6 1 52 7 18
Near East)
(n=41)
Europe &
Near East 5 34 84 23 11 71 20 11
(n=48)
Latin America
& Caribbean 4 22 22 19 3 30 4 6
(n=20)
Middle East
3 2 2 0 1 7 1 1
(n=7)
Northern
America 22 134 100 58 6 15 14 42
(n=145)
Oceania
0 5 4 2 0 2 0 1
(n=6)
Total (n=269) 36 216 242 108 22 177 46 81

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)


Note: 15 desired collaborations reported in The Americas are included in the totals of both Latin
America & Caribbean and Northern America, as they could apply to either. Likewise, seven desired
collaborations reported in Western Asia without specifying Middle or Near East are included in the
totals of both, as they could apply to either.

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COLLABORATIONS

NUMBER OF COLLABORATIONS REPORTED WITH PARTNER


INSTITUTIONS IN EACH REGION (201415)

5,949

2,636

1,552
957
515
194 105

Africa Asia Europe & Latin Middle East Northern Oceania


(excluding Near East America & America
Near & Caribbean
Middle East)

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)

PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL COLLABORATIONS BY EDUCATION LEVEL,


EXCLUDING THOSE WITH NO LEVEL GIVEN (201415)
DUAL
STUDY
ARTICULATION/ DEGREE
FRANCHISE JOINT ABROAD/ VALIDATION
LEVEL TWINNING (OR
AGREEMENT DEGREE STUDENT AGREEMENT
AGREEMENT MULTIPLE
EXCHANGE
DEGREE)
Undergraduate
54.9% 26.4% 32.6% 8.7% 41.9% 38.5%
Only

Masters Only 20.1% 57.6% 43.5% 72.0% 19.5% 25.6%

Doctoral Only 1.0% 2.8% 15.2% 13.8% 0.2% 10.3%

Undergraduate
22.2% 11.1% 8.7% 3.8% 34.8% 20.5%
and Masters
Masters and
0.7% 1.2% 0.0% 0.3% 1.1% 0.0%
Doctoral
Undergraduate
0.3% 0.2% 0.0% 0.3% 0.1% 0.0%
and Doctoral
Undergraduate,
Masters, and 0.7% 0.7% 0.0% 1.0% 2.4% 5.1%
Doctoral

Total 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0%

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)


Note: The percentages above include all reported collaborations for the listed type, even if the
reported collaboration also involves another activity type. Only those collaboration activities for which
educational level applies are included in this table.

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COLLABORATIONS

COLLABORATIONS BY ACTIVITY TYPE (201415)

NUMBER OF NUMBER OF
COLLABORA- PERCENT SCHOOLS PERCENT
COLLABORATION
TIONS OF TOTAL REPORTING OF TOTAL
ACTIVITY TYPE
THAT INCLUDE COLLABORATIONS ACTIVITY SCHOOLS
ACTIVITY TYPE TYPE
Study Abroad/
10,078 87.4% 441 88.7%
Student Exchange
Faculty Activity 2,455 21.3% 287 57.7%
Dual Degree
775 6.7% 198 39.8%
(or Multiple Degree)
Other 628 5.4% 134 27.0%
Articulation/
423 3.7% 106 21.3%
Twinning Agreement
Non-Degree/
375 3.3% 106 21.3%
Executive Education
Joint Degree 360 3.1% 104 20.9%
Shared Resources 137 1.2% 49 9.9%
Franchise Agreement 57 0.5% 19 3.8%
Validation Agreement 52 0.5% 28 5.6%

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey (201415)

Note: Collaborations with multiple elements are included in each applicable row.

24.5% of shared resource partnerships involve


the sharing of technology platforms.

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COLLABORATIONS

Collaboration Definitions

Articulation/Twinning Agreementone school agrees to accept courses taken in a given program


at another school toward completion of degree requirements. Upon program completion, students
receive one degree bearing the name of the institution at which they completed the degree program.

Dual Degree (or Multiple Degree)a collaborative program where a student who completes the
program receives multiple degrees from the collaborative schools.

Faculty Activitypartnerships and alliances wherein the partner schools have collaborative faculty
agreements in any of the following areas: pedagogical development, events, publications, collabora-
tive research, faculty exchange/visiting faculty, or other faculty activity.

Joint Degreea collaborative program where a student who completes the program receives a
single degree from all involved schools.

Non-Degree/Executive Educationa collaborative agreement providing non-degree education.


Participants may or may not receive a non-degree certificate depending on the schools choices.

Shared Resourcescollaborative agreements including any of the following: technology platforms


for course management and delivery, library resources, or other school resources (not including
faculty share or faculty exchange).

Study Abroad/Student Exchangecollaborative agreements where students from one university


attend another university for a period of time, such as a semester or year. Upon graduation, the final
degree is awarded from the original (home) institution.

Validation/Franchise Agreementagreements where School A authorizes School B to deliver its


degree program in entirety in School Bs location and/or award the qualification of School A. The
qualification bears the name of School A. Validation most often operates similarly to an accreditation
of School Bs program(s) delivered in the name of School A, while franchise agreements typically
involve more regular oversight by School A during program delivery.

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MEMBERSHIP

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MEMBERSHIP

AACSB MEMBERSHIP BY TYPEDECEMBER 2015

PERCENTAGE OF
MEMBER TYPE NUMBER
TOTAL
Educational Members 1,435 92.9%
NON-EDUCATIONAL MEMBERS
Corporate Members 33 2.1%
Nonprofit Organization 15 1.0%
Management Associations 7 0.4%
Total Non-Educational 55 3.6%
Total AACSB Members 1,490 100.0%
Source: AACSB International

AACSB-ACCREDITED MEMBERSHIPDECEMBER 2015

PERCENTAGE OF
ACCREDITATION TYPE NUMBER
TOTAL
Business 746 100.0%
Business and Accounting 182 24.3%
ACCREDITATION BY DEGREE
LEVELS OFFERED
Undergraduate Only 42 5.6%
Master's Only 32 4.3%
Undergraduate and Master's 357 47.9%
Undergraduate, Master's, and Doctoral 280 37.5%
Master's and Doctoral 35 4.7%

Source: AACSB International

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MEMBERSHIP

AACSB EDUCATIONAL MEMBERS BY COUNTRYDECEMBER 2015


Afghanistan 8 Honduras 1 Panama 1
Argentina 4 Hong Kong (China) 8 Peru 8
Australia 30 Hungary 2 Philippines 6
Austria 4 India 48 Poland 3
Bahrain 4 Indonesia 20 Portugal 5
Bangladesh 4 Iraq 3 Puerto Rico (U.S.) 4
Belgium 6 Ireland 8 Qatar 1
Bosnia and
1 Israel 3 Romania 1
Herzegovina
Brazil 13 Italy 5 Russia 6
Brunei 2 Jamaica 2 Saudi Arabia 11
Bulgaria 1 Japan 12 Senegal 2
Canada 40 Jordan 2 Singapore 5
Chile 9 Kazakhstan 3 Slovakia 1
China (Mainland) 60 Kenya 2 Slovenia 3
Chinese Taipei 31 Kuwait 5 South Africa 7
Colombia 12 Latvia 2 South Korea 21
Costa Rica 1 Lebanon 12 Spain 19
Cte d'Ivoire 2 Liechtenstein 1 Sri Lanka 3
Croatia 2 Lithuania 2 Sweden 7
Cyprus 1 Macau (China) 2 Switzerland 15
Czech Republic 2 Malaysia 18 Thailand 15
Denmark 2 Mexico 14 Tunisia 1
Ecuador 4 Monaco 1 Turkey 10
Egypt 3 Morocco 6 Ukraine 1
Estonia 1 Nepal 1 United Arab Emirates 17
Finland 9 Netherlands 9 United Kingdom 62
France 50 New Zealand 8 United States 651
Georgia 1 Nigeria 1 Uruguay 3
Germany 21 Northern Cyprus 1 Venezuela 1
Ghana 1 Norway 3 Vietnam 2
Greece 3 Oman 3 Total 1,435
Guatemala 1 Pakistan 8

Source: AACSB International

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MEMBERSHIP

AACSB MEMBERSHIP BY REGIONDECEMBER 2015


TOTAL ACCREDITED
REGION
MEMBERS MEMBERS
Canada 40 22
United States 651 514
Latin America & Caribbean 78 20
Asia (excluding Near & Middle East) 272 63
Oceania 38 19
Africa 25 3
Middle East 61 13
Europe & Near East 270 92
Total World 1,435 746
Source: AACSB International

New countries represented within AACSB membership (201516)

Georgia Lithuania

Ghana Senegal

Honduras Ukraine

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MEMBERSHIP

AACSB MEMBER SCHOOLS BY SIZE AND REGION (201415)

74%

57% 59% 59%

47%
36% 33% 33%
35% 33% 33% 33% 33% 33%
29% 30% 27%
22% 20% 22%
19%
14% 14%
4%

Canada United Latin Asia Oceania Africa Middle East Europe &
States America & (excluding Near East
Caribbean Near &
Middle East)

Small Medium Large

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)


Note: Small is 0 to 35 FT faculty; Medium is 36 to 74 FT faculty; Large is 75 or more FT faculty.

PUBLIC VS PRIVATE INSTITUTIONSALL MEMBERSDECEMBER 2015

Type Number Percentage


Public 818 57.0%
Private 617 43.0%
Source: AACSB International Membership
Derived from UNESCO definitions:
Publiccontrolled and managed by a public education authority or agency (national/federal, state/pro-
vincial, or local), whatever the origin of its financial resources.
Privatecontrolled and managed by a non-governmental organization (church, trade union, or business
enterprise), whether or not it receives financial support from public authorities.

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TYPE OF COMMUNITYWORLDWIDE (201415)

Type Number Percentage


Rural 115 16.8%
Suburban 214 31.1%
Urban 358 52.1%
Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire (201415)

AACSB Networking

4,053 AACSB members participate


in affinity groups across
64 countries.
50+ affinity group meetings were held in
201516, spanning 3 continents.

18,489 individuals have agreed to participate

123 countries.
in the AACSB Exchange across

For more, visit www.aacsb.edu/membership/affinity-groups


or theexchange.aacsb.edu.

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27% of desired
collaborations are with
schools in Europe & the Near East

$ 24,630,348
average operating budget

55 average full-time staff


max reported: 612
(non-faculty)

41% of schools have an endowment between 1 and 20 million USD

2,006 average undergraduate enrollment 56%


male

413 average MBA enrollment 23% full-time


traditional 2 year

81 average doctoral enrollment


most popular doctoral fields
31% 19% 11%
general business management economics

70 average FT faculty in the b-school 80% of


faculty have 56% of
doctoral faculty are
average annual salary: tenured
degrees
$152,700

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ABOUT AACSB INTERNATIONAL

AACSB International is an association of educational institutions, corporations, and


other organizations dedicated to the advancement of quality business education
worldwide. With more than 1,500 members in 91 countries and territories, AACSB is an
unmatched global network committed to improving the business education landscape.

As the worlds largest accreditation association for business schools, AACSB sets and
administers the standards that indicate an accredited schools commitment to quality
and continuous improvement.

With the worlds largest database of business school information, AACSB is uniquely
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and special reports on trends and issues within management education.

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