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MEMBERSHIPS

To connect globally and maintain relevance, USB is a member of various international, African and South African business school organisations:

 

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AABS

Association of African Business Schools: As an AABS member, USB helps to improve management education in Africa and contributes towards the inclusive economic and social development of the continent.

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AACSB

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business: As a member of the world's largest business school network, USB gains access to collaborative relationships, research and educational and benchmarking resources in the management education industry.

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ABIS

Academy of Business in Society: As a member of this Brussels-based global organisation, USB has committed itself to using its expertise and resources towards a more sustainable future for business in society.

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AMBA

Association of MBAs: As a member of this UK-based accreditation body, USB benefits from the AMBA network of MBA students, graduates, accredited business schools and employers all over the world, and from AMBA's research on management education.

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CEEMAN

International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies: As a member, USB has access to the CEEMAN support network focusing on the quality of management education and innovation in transitional and dynamically changing environments.

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EDAMBA

European Doctoral Programmes Association in Management and Business Administration: As an EDAMBA member, USB benefits from the exchange of information, the exchange of PhD candidates and research cooperation.

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EFMD

European Foundation for Management Development: As an EFMD member, USB benefits from the organisation's focus on information, research, networking and debate on innovation and best practice in management development.

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EMBA

EMBA Consortium for Global Business Innovation:: EMBA Consortium for Global Business Innovation: USB is one of the ten member schools of this initiativeoffering a global portfolio of geographically focused programmes (International Study Module options) for students from these schools.

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GBSN

Global Business School Network: As a member, USB helps to build management education capacity for the developing world while benefitting from the GBSN's cross-cultural knowledge exchange, programmes and collaboration.

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GRLI

Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative: As a member of the EFMD's GRLI, USB is committed to ethical, values-based leadership in the pursuit of economic and societal progress.

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GRLI's GDI

GRLI's Global Doctoral Alliance: As a member of the GRLI's Global Doctoral Alliance, USB is committed to the societal dimension of business, and to sharing expertise and knowledge in the form of social networking and knowledge sharing.

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PRME

UN's Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME): As one of first 100 signatories of the PRME, USB supports its mission to inspire and champion responsible management education, research and thought leadership globally.

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SABSA

South African Business Schools Association: As a SABSA member, USB shares knowledge and expertise with other member schools to develop South Africa's business education sector in line with international standards.

 

 

 

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