The Business Graduates Association is an international membership and quality assurance body of world-leading and high-potential Business Schools. These institutions all share a commitment to responsible management practices and lifelong learning. They are looking to provide a positive impact on their students, communities, and the economy as a whole.
BGA continues to thrive each passing year. Despite the impact of Covid-19, and the restrictions on ‘face-to-face’ interaction and live physical events, the Business Graduates Association has continued to grow. With over 210 BGA member Schools, more than 90 AMBA-accredited Business Schools now hold BGA membership and over 20 AMBA-accredited Schools have pursued a joint AMBA & BGA accreditation.
Take a look at all the BGA members pinpointed worldwide on the map below. Your Business School could be next.
The impact of BGA membership reaches far and wide. Business Schools can become future pioneers for sustainable business education in responsible management, positive impact and lifelong learning.
While many accreditation bodies are prescriptive in nature, BGA focuses instead on positive impact. This leads to a more consultative process, where Schools can improve in areas such as economic significance, improved stakeholder management and strategic alignment, a desirable image, and the path towards internationalisation.
November 2021 ‘Aligning the Faculty of Business with a vision to become agile, global, and oriented to serve businesses in the Greater Bay Area has been an emerging process and rewarding challenge’
October 2021 ‘We became the first Russian Business School to get BGA institutional accreditation. Many recommendations given to us in 2019 before the pandemic turned
September 2021 ‘The main challenge of the School of Management at EAFIT University was communicating many of the ongoing activities and new initiatives in connection to
August 2021 ‘Our School’s purpose is to widen access to quality management education that empowers people to make a difference to the community.’ Sankar SivarajahHead of the School of Management at the University of Bradford The Business School
Quality assurance services, such as validation and accreditation, delivered to Business Schools and similar institutions, aimed at continuous improvement and positive, measurable impact to increase a Business School’s credibility and influence.
Consultation and mentorship services to Business Schools, helping to improve their marketing & admissions, programme design, alumni interaction, teaching methods, and career development services.
Award-winning international events for Business School professionals, aimed at promoting in-depth discussions about the future of business education, current challenges, and potential solutions.
Student & graduate membership, which includes professional development tools, global networking events, exclusive access to student and graduate-focused Business Impact articles and much more.
Access to leading, award-winning content on responsible management, professional and personal growth, and influence via the Business Impact content hub.
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