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Re-Envisioning Undergraduate Business Education

In a time of great future ambiguity, two professors called on the AACSB community to brainstorm possibilities for what a new business education can be.

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    Business Schools Must Help Students Finance Their MBAs—Here’s How

    By helping to fund MBA students, business schools ensure greater diversity of thought in their programs as well as greater representation in the workforce.
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    New Insights on Global Business School Finances and Operations

    See trends in business schools' net flow of funds to and from parent institutions—a unique data point collected in the BSQ Finances Module.
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    10 Learning Experiences Transforming Business Practice

    The Aspen Institute's 2019 10 Ideas Worth Teaching Awards feature business school courses addressing societal issues like distrust in institutions, fractured public debates, climate crisis, and economic inequality.
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    Newly Accredited: National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology-First Campus on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Learn how the accreditation process helped the College of Management and College of Finance and Banking at NKUST define their "explicit" purposes and include those in their missions.
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    Promoting Cultural Intelligence in Business Education

    See how three business schools encourage awareness of international business and culture through their Innovations That Inspire.
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    Newly Accredited: Swinburne University of Technology on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    “One of the most rewarding parts of the accreditation process was the collective teamwork that occurred across distance, time, delivery modes, and culture.”
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    How Lifelong Learning Can Help Redefine Business Schools

    Investing in lifelong learning is no longer an option, but an imperative, for business schools to continue to meet workforce needs.
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