EFMD members only to nominate potential new candidates
The EFMD Quality Services Team is inviting EFMD member schools and corporations to nominate potential members of the Quality Services Committees. Candidates should belong to an institution that is a full member of EFMD.
Nominations are sought for the members of the EQUIS Committee and the EQUIS Accreditation Board, of the EPAS Committee and the EPAS Accreditation Board and of the EDAF Committee. Members’ roles and responsibilities are further explained in the above links, also stating the expectations and commitment that membership to these bodies entails. Potential members will be selected from among those nominated and finally appointed by the EFMD Board during its meeting on 7 June 2017.
There are now vacancies on all these bodies. Applicants should meet the following experience requirements:
EQUIS Committee and EQUIS Accreditation Board
Academic members should be or have been Deans of well reputed, preferably EQUIS accredited business schools; corporate members should be or have been senior executives of well-known international companies, e.g. directors, senior managers, heads of corporate universities or HR directors. Successful entrepreneurs are also eligible.
EPAS Committee and EPAS Accreditation Board
For the EPAS Committee, academic members should be Deans, Associate Deans or senior Programme Directors (e.g. experienced and generally running large programmes) preferably from EPAS accredited institutions. For the EPAS Accreditation Board, academic members should preferably be Deans from EPAS accredited institutions. For both bodies, corporate members should be or have been senior executives of well-known international companies, e.g. directors, senior managers, heads of corporate universities, HR directors. Successful entrepreneurs are also eligible. Having experience as EPAS reviewer is a plus.
EDAF – EFMD Deans Across Frontiers Committee
For the EDAF Committee, members should be current or former Deans or Associate Deans from business schools in developed or developing economies. Nominations either for yourself or for another person from within or outside your organisation are acceptable. The particular decision-making body to which the nomination applies should be clearly indicated.