EFMD acreditación de programas: pasado, presente y futuro

Tras quince años de exitosa acreditación de programas bajo la etiqueta EPAS, la Junta Directiva de la EFMD se reunió en la primavera de 2019 para debatir la futura dirección del programa y decidió cambiar la marca y seguir desarrollando el EPAS para convertirlo en
EFMD Accredited. ¿Por qué este cambio?

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Un resquicio de esperanza

Aunque existen escuelas de negocios universitarias desde hace más de un siglo, sólo en los últimos cincuenta años se han convertido en uno de los mayores éxitos de la enseñanza superior.

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University challenge

Eric Cornuel, Director General & CEO of EFMD, analyses the complex issues faced by Europe’s higher education sector, particularly business schools. The main goal of any higher education institution should be to deliver (and continually enhance) excellence in teaching and learning and to combine the values of a liberal education with the professional qualifications required in a global economy.

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EFMD Programme Accreditation: Past, present and future

After fifteen years of successful programme accreditation under the EPAS label, the EFMD Board convened in the spring of 2019 to discuss the programme’s future direction and decided to rebrand and further develop EPAS into EFMD Accredited. Why that move?

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Silver linings

Internationalisation, accreditation, and the pandemic – Michael Osbaldeston and Adriana Kudrnová Lovera look at the potential benefits that may emerge from the current challenges.

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When the world is not enough

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Most business schools want to play in the global arena but are often poorly equipped to do so. International governance can often help, say Jean-Louis Mucchielli and Thomas Froehlicher.

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Why language matters

why language matters

There is a gap between language-sensitive IB research and international management education. Philippe Lecomte calls for increased research and an interdisciplinary approach to the subject.

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Moving towards internationality

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Universities and business schools are international bodies by their nature. But, says Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger, in troubled times they need to make a stronger stand for ‘internationality’ and diversity. 

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Asking for the world?

Most business schools and similar institutions will probably never make themselves truly global. Gabriel Hawawini addresses some of the issues raised by his latest book Your new book provides a critical review of the internationalisation process adopted by higher-education institutions in general and business schools in particular. What is the essence of your criticism? The…

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Globalising students

Paul Danos describes some simple initiatives business schools can take to advance the globalisation of their students.

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Globalisation: Unfinished Business for Business Schools

Business schools have reacted loudly to the challenges of globalisation. But has their reaction been effective or appropriate? Hellmut Schütte is not so sure. Business schools have existed for over a century and have remained structurally unchanged since the shake-up of the 1950s following the Ford and Carnegie foundations reports into them. Today they are…

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Quality street: The sweet side of accreditation

The business school race for accreditations shows no sign of losing momentum. On the contrary, the number of schools entering their first accreditation process remains steady, and those embarking on the long-term work of maintaining their accreditations continue to grow.

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