AMBA re-accredits TBS for the sixth time in a row
published on 16.02.21
TBS has been re-accredited by the AMBA association for the sixth consecutive time, with the maximum period (5 years) for the MBA program and for the first time for the Master in Management program. TBS thus maintains its triple accreditation and reaffirms its quality as an educational institution.
Stéphanie Lavigne, CEO of TBS, announced the achievement and thanked the entire TBS community for their efforts. “This sixth re-accreditation attests to the strength of our school and the considerable progress made at the academic and international level,” she remarked.
What does this recognition mean?
AMBA accreditation certifies the highest level of achievement in graduate business education. The association accredits MBA, DBA, and Master’s programs from more than 260 business schools in over 75 countries with the aim of “maintaining standards and fostering innovation in global graduate education”. These accreditations are a guarantee of quality for students, who want to opt for the best possible education. Moreover, for schools, accreditation brings international recognition and credibility.
The process they use to certify schools takes into account their impact, learning outcomes, and the employability of their students. They also aim to promote innovation and encourage schools to maintain consistently high standards.
Our Master in Management
For the first time, the TBS Master in Management program enters the list of AMBA-accredited programs. This recognition adds to the already active list of the program, such as 5 certificates of excellence, a minimum of 9 months of professional experience at the end of the Master, an official state diploma, more than 100 double degree opportunities, exposure to the international job market, or the guarantee that 97% of the students find a job within 6 months after graduation.