Association of MBAs

Key information

Other Name AMBA

Name Used Domestically Association of Masters of Business Administration

Headquarter City London

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Established in 1967

Motto Be in Brilliant Company

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    • The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is the only global MBA-specific Accreditation and Membership Organisation, advising, supporting and connecting the World’s leading Business Schools, their MBA Graduates, Students and potential MBAs and the World’s leading MBA Employers.

      AMBA accredits less than 2% of the world’s business schools with MBA programmes. The London-based Association is one of the three main global accreditation bodies in business education (see Triple Accreditation) and styles itself "the world's impartial authority on postgraduate management education". It differs from AACSB in the US and EQUIS in Brussels as it accredits a school's portfolio of postgraduate management programs but does not accredited undergraduate programs. AMBA is the most international of the three organizations, having accredited schools based in 53 countries, compared with 48 for AACSB and 38 for EQUIS.

      AMBA's long-serving president is Sir Paul Judge, the founding benefactor of Cambridge Judge Business School. The Chief Executive, Andrew Main Wilson, joined the Association in August 2013. The Chairman of the AMBA Board of Trustees, Len Jones, was elected in September 2014.

      Feb 2014 Survey Results among MBA applicants, in response to the question: "Which of the following accreditations is/was most important to you when choosing a business school?"

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