June 1–4, 2021 | Virtual Conference
Early registration ends Tuesday, 25 May 2021. Register now to save 200 USD!
As schools around the world continue to adapt to disruption, our networks in the Asia Pacific and Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions continue to look ahead to what’s next. Our strength as a community of educators is in learning, pivoting, and using the crisis to create positive, lasting change.
How can we use our assurance of learning systems to create educated, socially conscious leaders? How can we leverage our mission and vision statements to have an impact on our communities? How can the process of continuous improvement help us adjust to a new normal?
Attending the AP and EMEA Accreditation Conference is your opportunity to connect to business school leaders on unique regional issues. Explore the AACSB 2020 accreditation standards while gaining insights into trends in your region. Formulate solutions with your peers, network, and connect with experienced quality assurance managers, school leaders, and accreditation experts.
If your virtual initial accreditation visit or continuous improvement review is coming up, or you’re simply interested in virtual connections through the lens of quality assurance, you will find the ideal blend of learning and networking opportunities at this conference.
Sessions will be offered in Asian and European time zones, with speakers from both of these key regions and a variety of business school types. Recorded presentations will be available after the conference for registered attendees.
Panel: Pilot Schools Undergoing the 2020 Business Accreditation Standards
Learn best practices from the pilot schools that were first to go through the accreditation process under the 2020 Business Accreditation Standards.
- David Stannard, Director, Administration, Henley Business School, University of Reading
- Divya Narayanan, International Accreditation Manager, WHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management
- Che-Chun Lin, Dean, National Tsing Hua University
A helpful overview of the 2020 standards and a lovely way to meet a wide range of participants from across the world and share experiences. Being virtual almost made it easier to engage and in particular post live chat questions. Well done to all involved!''
—Catherine Court, Faculty Manager, Strathclyde Business School, University of Strathclyde
''It was a useful tool to progress in our accreditation.''
—Ana Aroca. AACSB Accreditation Manager, Facultat d'Economia, Universitat de València
''2020 AP and EMEA Accreditation Conference is the first complete virtual conference I participate. I think it is organized very well and a virtual conference saves a lot of my travel time.''
—Hua-Hung Robin Weng, Assistant Professor, Yuan Ze University
Deans, associate/assistant deans, accreditation managers, and quality assurance coordinators, department chairs, faculty, those interested in pursuing AACSB accreditation, those with initial accreditation or continuous improvement review visits coming up in the next few years, and those interested in pursuing partnerships and collaborations with schools in Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, or Africa.
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