Strathmore Business School presented its partnership model during this year’s Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) annual conference. The recently concluded conference in Milan was a convergence of educational institutions and business organizations.
Strathmore Business School as a member of AACSB International; which advances quality management education worldwide has been a force to reckon with as the institution spreads its reach across the globe. Dr. George Njenga, Dean Strathmore Business School in his presentation during the conference made the following remarks regarding the Business School’s strategic partnerships, “Faculty development and exchange programs, research, Student exchange programs, mutual brand enhancement, revenue generation and establishment of global networks are some of the benefits the business school enjoys through strategic partnerships.”
The network currently embodies 383 educational members, with191 being private institution and 192 being public institution. The global improvement network which contains both public and private schools work closely with experienced AACSB international mentors, focusing on specific areas for quality improvement:
The Business School is currently working on acquiring AACSB accreditation, an achievement which will see the institution further expand its networks, consequently improving on its quality assurance and management.
Currently the Business School’s global partnership reach is as follows:
“It’s crucial for Business Schools to constantly keep in touch with other institutions and professional networks which are aligned with their mission and vision. We are pleased with our active involvement in professional business education associations as this is one of the avenues we have been able to improve on our education quality,” remarked Dr. Edward Mungai, Vice Dean Strathmore Business School and Chairman, Africa Association of Business School (AABS).
AACSB Membership Network, benefits member schools with resources, and services that are extended to all individuals at the member organization, regardless of their location within the institution or organization. It also provides members with: