Why is AMBA accreditation important for students and graduates?

As a future MBA student, choosing a course that best suits your requirements is incredibly important for a multitude of reasons. With so many schools to choose from, finding the right programme for you can often feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. 

Nowadays, potential MBA students are searching for ways to make choosing a business school easier. One way you can speed up the selection process is by narrowing down your search to focus solely on institutions that have achieved AMBA accreditation. 

Recognised as the ultimate model and awarded to only the best programmes all over the world, AMBA accreditation exists to assure the quality of an institution. 

Whether you’re considering applying to an AMBA-accredited business school or are a recent graduate, there are many reasons why AMBA accreditation should be at the forefront of your mind. 

Here, we discuss why AMBA accreditation is so important for students and graduates, from providing assurance regarding the quality of your education, to being a quality mark for future employers. 

If you would like to find out more about the value of AMBA accreditation for students and graduates, please get in touch. Contact membership@associationofmbas.com to find out more. 

What is AMBA Accreditation?

On a broader scale, accreditation has two main purposes, to assure the quality of an institution and to help promote continuous improvement. AMBA accreditation denotes the highest standard of achievement in postgraduate business education and is recognised by employers as a gold standard. 

For potential MBA students, AMBA accreditation provides much-needed reassurance, guaranteeing the finest business education. Individuals graduating from an AMBA-approved business school may appear more attractive to employers than their counterparts. Recruiting a graduate from an AMBA-accreditated program is a clear indicator to employers that they are recruiting the most suitable individual for the job. 

The AMBA accreditation criteria includes the institution in question being sustainable, financially viable and committed to continuous improvement. Awarded to only the best of the best in business education, accredited programmes reflect evolving trends and innovation in the postgraduate education sector. 

If you’re responsible for a business school that is interested in pursuing AMBA accreditation, please contact accreditation@associationofmbas.com to request to join our waiting list. 

Why is AMBA-Accreditation Important?

Ensure You’re Applying For a Credible Programme

Embarking on an MBA is expensive. Therefore, many potential students will want to see evidence of an institution’s credibility before applying for the course. 

As previously mentioned, AMBA-accredited programmes must first undergo a rigorous application process, which examines an institution’s ability to meet a number of criteria. 

AMBA accreditation ensures value for money, guaranteeing the finest business education available. 

Join a Global Network 

Giving you access to Member Events, thought leadership content, AMBA’s Career Development centre and more, AMBA Membership is only available to current students and graduates of AMBA-accredited programmes. 

Membership is entirely free of charge and enables you to connect with fellow students and graduates, share your thoughts, ask questions and engage with others in AMBA’s exclusive community. 

Designed to equip members with the tools needed to remain employable, when you choose an AMBA-accredited MBA, support won’t stop once you graduate. Our network strives to provide valuable resources that will enhance your career for years to come. 

Increase Your Chances Of Securing a Position, Post-Graduation

When you choose to study an AMBA-accredited MBA programme, you’ll be marketing yourself as a confident, capable future business leader. 

Potential employers actively seek individuals who have graduated from accredited institutions, knowing they have received a comprehensive business education. 

Wouldn’t it be great if you could attend a job interview knowing you’re already one step ahead? If you want your CV to stand out amidst a pile of talented applicants, choosing an AMBA-accredited programme is essential. 

Receive the Education You Deserve

AMBA-accreditation promotes the enhancement of business programmes, encouraging business schools to continuously perform at the highest level. Every AMBA-accredited institution receives a comprehensive report, detailing recommendations for future improvements. 

When you choose to embark on an MBA at an AMBA-accredited business school, you’re guaranteed to receive the superior level of business education you deserve. Reputation is key when it comes to choosing an institution. As a potential student, you can measure the quality of a programme within seconds merely by assessing whether it has achieved AMBA accreditation. 

As a potential MBA student, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the number of institutions vowing for your attention. Narrowing your search to business school’s that have achieved AMBA-accreditation will save you time and help to alleviate any stress you may be feeling. From ensuring funds are well spent to enabling you to join a network of hundreds of like-minded individuals, there are so many reasons why choosing an AMBA-accredited business school is important for students and graduates. 
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