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College of Business Accreditation KAIST College of Business graduate (KCB) programs are accredited by AACSB International . Only about 5% of business programs worldwide have earned this distinguished hallmark of excellence in business education. AACSB standards relate to program curriculum, faculty, admissions, degree requirements, facilities, financial resources and corporate connections. In addition, the KCB is also accredited by the EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System) (http://www.efmd.org/).
The College is dedicated to maintaining its accreditation with AACSB International. First accredited by AACSB International in 2003, the college has undertaken a sustained effort to maintain accreditation through improving our programs and college management processes unceasingly. Our next Peer Review visit is scheduled for February 2014.
The KCB will continue to assess performance to maintain the quality standards requirements. This page will serve as an information hub of accreditation.
The main audience of this page includes three groups:
• The task-force team of faculty and staff responsible for the creation, management and improvement of the processes designed to strengthen curriculum, develop faculty, improve instruction and enhance intellectual activity.
• Students, advising committees, university personnel, government officials and members of the business community.
• Advisors and peer review teams representing AACSB International, who are charged with judging the degree to which the College has been responsive to the accreditation standards.
Last updated : 2012-06-25