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March 12, 2008 12:45 pm
Mannheim Business School in Germany has acquired the “triple crown” of accreditation, after the UK-based Association of MBAs accredited both its full time MBA programme and the executive MBA it runs jointly with Essec School in France.
Mannheim already holds accreditation from the US-based AACSB and Equis accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development, which has its headquarters in Brussels.
“The ‘triple crown’ is a high award and a further confirmation that we offer management education at an internationally top level,” says Christian Homburg, president of the school.
The Mannheim MBA is a year-long programme. It can be completed fully in Germany, or participants can opt for a Transatlantic track - with three months study at a partner institute in the US, a Eurasian track - studying in Asia or a European track - studying at a European school.
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