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AABS Accreditation Unveiled: A Comparative Analysis and Uniqueness

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AABS Accreditation Unveiled: A Comparative Analysis and Uniqueness

 

Joanne Powell, a seasoned expert in business school accreditation and continuous improvement and also the Head of Accreditation Services at QED Accreditation, brings her extensive experience in education and advisory services to this white paper. Her co-author, Nizar Becheikh, is an associate professor with a robust background in strategy and innovation management. Together, they provide a comprehensive and authoritative perspective on the AABS accreditation process.

The white paper “AABS Accreditation Unveiled: A Comparative Analysis and Uniqueness” is an essential read for stakeholders in the African business education sector. It not only highlights the unique strengths of the AABS accreditation but also offers valuable insights into how African BHE institutions can leverage this accreditation to achieve excellence and make a lasting impact on their communities.

A downloadable copy of the white paper can be found here.

 

For advice and further details on any of the above, please contact the QED Accreditation Team at info@QEDaccreditation.com.

 

 

AABS Accreditation and the Importance of Data Collection

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AABS Accreditation and the Importance of Data Collection

 

Joanne Powell, the Head of Accreditation Services of QED Accreditation, co-authored a white paper highlighting the eight key principles for institutions to consider during the accreditation process, focusing particularly on data management. These principles include obtaining support from leadership, demystifying the accreditation process, conducting gap analyses, project planning, effective communication, allowing sufficient time, managing data, and preparing for the long haul. The white paper focuses on Principle 7—Data Management—elaborating on its crucial role in the accreditation process.

The whitepaper “AABS Accreditation and the Importance of Data Collection” provides a detailed roadmap for business schools to enhance their accreditation processes through effective data management. By adopting the principles and practices outlined in this document, institutions can not only meet AABS standards but also position themselves for long-term success in the competitive landscape of higher education.

The downloadable copy of the whitepaper can be found here.

 

For advice and further details on any of the above, please contact the QED Accreditation Team at info@QEDaccreditation.com.

 

 

Internationalisation: Curtin Verhoeff Model (template)

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Internationalisation: An approach to setting indicators of achievement

Internationalisation within higher education business schools is a mulit-dimensional concept. EFMD, within the EQUIS Standards, provides a framework for Schools to assess and measure internationalisation (Chapter 8 of the EQUIS Standards).  A model to further build on this framework has been devised by Helen Verhoeff at Curtin Business School (Australia) and, with her kind permission, this template is shared in this downloadable PDF file.

Please note, any use of this template framework should acknowledge the Curtin Verhoeff Model.

Links to the EQUIS Standards can be found here. (Link valid at 15/4/2024)

 

For advice and further details on any of the above, please contact the QED Accreditation Team at info@QEDaccreditation.com.