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TUM School of Management Executive Education Receives International Accreditation
TUM School of Management Executive Education is pleased to announce a further milestone: The Association of MBAs (AMBA), an internationally renowned organization whose accreditation service is the global standard for continuing education programs has officially accredited the TUM’s three Executive MBA programs. The Executive Education programs are now part of an international network of 200 AMBA-accredited programs in 70 countries. In Germany, the TUM School of Management now ranges among only five institutions offering AMBA-accredited programs.
International Seal of Quality for Executive Education at TUM
“We are very happy to have achieved this accreditation. It means additional motivation for the continuous further development of our programs for whose excellence we stand. We are delighted for our excellent programs to gain increased exposure through this milestone of international accreditation,” said Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus, Vice Dean Executive Education.
“Looking ahead into the future, accreditation by the AMBA further encourages us in expanding our continuing education offering as well as our international cooperation initiatives with leading universities and organizations,” said Bernhard Kraus, Managing Director of the Executive Education Center.
Since its founding in 1967, the London-based Association of MBAs (AMBA) has been committed to accrediting and raising the profile of international business education and qualification for the academic title of Master of Business Administration (MBA). AMBA is the only professional membership association connecting MBA students and graduates, accredited business schools and MBA employers across the globe.
In the bigger picture, accreditation by the Association of MBAs (AMBA) is an international seal of approval for continuing education programs, ensuring a consistent, independently verified level of quality for all participants and stakeholders. Participants of the TUM School of Management Executive MBA programs represent a diverse spread of nationalities: Austria, Brazil, China, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Mozambique, Poland, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Spain, Syria, Taiwan, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, USA, and Venezuela. Meeting the stringent requirements for AMBA accreditation also reflects the high quality standards maintained by TUM programs.
“Anyone earning their Executive MBA at TUM School of Management is advancing their career with a high quality executive education program. The programs incorporate all key elements of management, and especially leadership competences for successful managers in today’s global business environment. This standard of excellence is once again confirmed by accreditation from the AMBA,” said Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus, Vice Dean Executive Education.
The Executive Education Center at the TUM School of Management currently offers three Executive MBA programs: The Executive MBA for executives and managers; the Executive MBA in Business & IT for managers in the age of digital transformation; and the Executive MBA in Innovation & Business Creation for entrepreneurs and innovation managers.