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International recognition for program

Torika Tokalau
Friday, May 16, 2014

THE Master of Business Administration offered by USP's Graduate School of Business is now internationally accredited.

The recognition under the Association of MBAs was given last month during the International Conference for Deans and Directors in Paris.

This means USP's MBA program is now of comparable standards with those offered by other premier business schools around the world.

Dr Kesaia Seniloli, the acting dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics said the achievement was an example of USP's commitment to providing quality education as recognised by global institutions. "The AMBA accreditation not only impacted current students enrolled in the program but also over a thousand alumni that have graduated since 1995," Dr Seniloli said.

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