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Further international recognition for Southampton Business School’s MBA programmes

Published: 18 October 2019
Dr Nuno Da Camara with students
MBA Director, Dr Nuno Da Camara with two students

The University of Southampton MBA has again been awarded accreditation by the Association of MBAs, the global authority on postgraduate management education.

Programmes recognised by AMBA are offered by the top two per cent of business schools in more than 70 countries; MBA programmes at Southampton Business School have been accredited by the Association since 2005.

Head of Southampton Business School, Professor Martin Broad says: “I’m delighted that AMBA have yet again confirmed the MBA at Southampton Business School is one of the best post-experience MBAs in the world. The programme is new and enhanced providing an exceptional learning experience for our students.”

AMBA was established in 1967 to raise the profile and quality of business education internationally, for the benefit of Business Schools, students and alumni, employers, communities and society. 

In 2018, Southampton Business School’s programmes were also awarded recognition by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Southampton Business School is part of the University of Southampton, a research-intensive Russell Group university with an excellent track record of entrepreneurial activity, business incubation and spin-out companies based on new knowledge developed on campus.

The University of Southampton MBA, taught on campus in the newly opened Centenary Building, has several unique features:

  • A clear, developmental approach with three stages: Mastering Fundamentals, Mastering Complexity and Mastering Business.
  • Two international residentials are offered: 1) The Global Business Environment trip to Maastricht, Netherlands and Brussels, Belgium; and 2) The Leading Sustainability, Innovation and Change consultancy project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Two new pathways specialising in Entrepreneurship and the Maritime sector, and both drawing on the University’s globally recognised expertise in this areas.
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