Association of MBAs

The Association of MBAs short AMBA is the most prestigious British accreditation institution. The AMBA accredited primarily the British MBA programs, but since 1990 some programs from other business schools worldwide. AMBA has 189 business schools in 46 countries accredited (as of January 2012).

The Association of MBAs was originally founded in 1967 to represent the interests of the British MBA graduates. This function assumes still true as the second task in addition to the accreditation.

Members can be students and graduates of British and some selected foreign MBA programs. Approximately 12,000 students and graduates currently make use of this possibility.

Other accrediting organizations

  • Triple Crown ( Higher Education Accreditation)
  • Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business - AACSB (USA)
  • European Quality Improvement System - EQUIS
  • Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation - FIBAA