The Tunis Business School working towards receiving its full U.S.-based International accreditation status through the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE).
TBS Candidate of the U.S.-based International Accreditation Council for Business Education
The Tunis Business School (TBS), the first English-language public university in Tunisia, has advanced to the next stage in the U.S.-based International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) process. With support from the U.S. Embassy, TBS will work with the IACBE throughout the comprehensive accreditation process to meet international standards in teaching business.
The IACBE accredits business school programs at undergraduate and graduate-level colleges and universities. However, authorized programs may offer associate’s through doctoral degrees in business.
Globalization has nearly required international quality standards for business education, as many students earn degrees in one country but seek full-time jobs in another. IACBE is a leader in promoting quality in all types of business and management degree programs through worldwide accreditation.
Functions & Benefits of IACBE Accreditation
The primary objective of IACBE accreditation is to establish a system for the quality assurance of business school programs. One way the company accomplishes this is by producing great business education concepts based on the most recent research in the field of education. A revised set of IACBE quality principles or criteria would cover curriculum design, faculty recruitment, research and scholarly publication, industry partnerships, international business education, and educational innovations.
Schools that adhere to the IACBE’s quality standards obtain an accreditation that is worldwide recognized by business and academia. In addition to holding business schools accountable for the quality of their educational programs, IACBE’s workshops, conferences, and other gatherings throughout the year keep its member organizations abreast of the most recent industry and regulatory information in the field of education.
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