The RU MBA programme accredited by AMBA for the second time
The RU MBA programme has been awarded the AMBA accreditation, for the second time. AMBA (Association of MBAs) accredits MBA programmes around the world. The aim of AMBA is to increase the quality of postgraduate business education.
This is the second time the quality of the RU MBA is affirmed by the association. There are around 25 thousand MBA programmes taught world-wide but only 200 or so out of this great number has received the accreditation.
The process of receiving the AMBA accreditation involves publishing an in-depth report on the programme and its courses and hosting a committee at the University. Certain criteria have to be met regarding, among other things, course material, student participation and quality of teaching.
The AMBA visiting committee along with Páll Ríkharðsson, dean of RU School of Business, and Kristján Vigfússon, director of the MBA programme.
Páll Ríkharðsson, dean of RU School of Business: "This success is the result of the tireless efforts of the MBA team to continuously improve the programme, benchmarking it against some of the best business schools in the world and taking the RU School of Business MBA programme to international standards. I want to thank all of you that made such a big effort in producing the AMBA report, the supporting documents and making the visit of the AMBA panel a success."