03 Feb 2021
Sasin School of Management has recently earned reaccreditation from AACSB International, the longest-serving business school accreditation body the world. In 2010, Sasin became the first business school in Thailand to earn AACSB accreditation. This was followed by our first reaccreditation in 2015, and now our second reaccreditation this year. “Everyone at Sasin is extremely proud to be recognized by AACSB for the third time,” said Sasin’s Director, Professor Ian Fenwick. “In a time of perpetual disruption, earning reaccreditation from one of the most important global accreditation bodies in the world is a testament to the quality and innovation of our programs. We have always maintained the highest international standards of business education as we continue to build on the strong foundations that were established by our founders in 1982.” The reaccreditation process includes a detailed review of the school’s programs through a comprehensive “Continuous Improvement Report” and a three-day visit by a Peer Review team, comprising three business school deans from around the world. Because of the global pandemic, this year’s visit was virtual and included interviews and discussions by the Peer Review team with Sasin’s administrators, faculty, students, alumni, and staff. Founded as a collaboration among Chulalongkorn University, Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University, and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Sasin School of Management (of Chulalongkorn University) was the first business school in Thailand to earn international accreditation – from both the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Foundation for Management Development (EQUIS). Sasin offers a diverse range of degree and non-degree programs that provide a transformative, action learning-based management education. By encouraging an entrepreneurial mindset, Sasin strives to inspire, connect, and transform our program participants for a better, smarter sustainable world.
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