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ESCA Ecole de Management Recognised by Moroccan State
The Kingdom of Morocco recently reached an important reform in higher education by conferring, for the first time, the State recognition to a few private institutions in highly regulated domains (Architecture, Health & Medicine, Engineering and Management).
ESCA Ecole de Management is one of eight institutions to receive this prestigious recognition in early April.
The Case Centre - The Case Method Resource for Business Education Worldwide
The Case Centre is dedicated to advancing the case method worldwide, sharing knowledge, wisdom and experience to inspire and transform business education across the globe. We are a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity. Access the best management cases, articles and book chapters available worldwide at www.thecasecentre.org. The Case Centre also offers services to support the writing and teaching of cases.
AABS Connect to Go Ahead in Cairo Despite Attacks
Connect Conference 2017 2017-05-14
In light of the terror attacks that have been recently reported in Egypt, the Association of African Business Schools and The American University in Cairo School of Business would like to assure all delegates about their safety during the conference.
The AUC SOB in New Cairo Campus is located in the safest and most protected area in Cairo. The campus is highly secured. The Westin Hotel is 5 minutes by car from the campus and both are 25 minutes from Cairo Airport (in case there is an emergency).
Please do not be discouraged by the unfortunate events as the conference will still take place. We will keep in touch with further information on how delegates can stay safe, places to avoid, etc and an official press statement will be made available to all those attending and wish to attend the Connect conference.
Online registrations are still open until Friday 28 April. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the AABS Secretariat.
AABS Pilots Accreditation for African Business Schools
The Association of African Business Schools (AABS) has launched a pilot accreditation programme to benchmark the provision of high-quality management education in Africa.
The AABS Accreditation is a unique system whose standards are underpinned by African contexts, thereby making it relevant to business schools in the continent. The accreditation standards will be at par with other globally recognised accreditation systems that business schools currently aspire to attain.
Vacancy: External Examiners & D.Phil Supervisors
The Graduate School of Business Leadership at Midlands State University invites suitable candidates for the following positions:
1. External Examiners
2. D.Phil Supervisors
3. Doctor of Business Leadership Facilitators (on part-time basis) in the areas of Fiscal Leadership, Corporate Governance, Ethics and Sustainability, Business models, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Advanced Organisational Leadership and Development, and Philosophy of Science.
AACSB Annual Accreditation Conference: Europe, Middle East, and Africa
Discover the challenges that business schools in the European, Middle Eastern, and African regions face regarding accreditation and learn how to formulate solutions aimed at improving these accreditation communities.
AABS Appoints New Member Services Manager
The Association of African Business Schools is excited to announce the appointment of an AABS Services Manager, Joan Egwuterai, with effect from 1 February 20
Celebrating 50 years of impactful research
Discover 50 of the most impactful articles published by Emerald in its 50 years, as selected by our publishers
How to take a young person from italic to bold
To prepare under-served students to become successful participants in the economy, universities have to be prepared to let go of traditional approaches and do things differently, and the Raymond Ackerman Academy at the GSB is showing the way.
Mills Soko appointed as UCT GSB’s new director
Associate Professor Mills Soko has been appointed Director of the UCT Graduate School of Business (GSB), to take effect at the beginning of the 2017 academic year. He has taken over from Professor Walter Baets, who left the GSB at the end of July 2016.