EQUIS and EPAS accreditations, the process, a possible pathway between EPAS and EQUIS, the cost-benefit report, as well as internationalisation, alumni and research dimensions of the accreditations.In a few short videos, Prof. Michael Osbaldeston, EFMD Director of Quality Services, explains the value of
Please find below direct links to the podcasts where he answers the following questions:
- What is the value for schools in participating in EQUIS and EPAS?
- What role does EFMD feel alumni should be playing?
- The cost of accreditation versus its value
- Is EPAS a valid pathway to EQUIS?
- What is the value from all the work required to complete accreditation assessment reports?
- What are the challenges of internationalisation?
- How is EFMD approaching the impact of research?
The whole playlist with all the individual videos can be accessed via the following link or by pasting the following URL http://bit.ly/1LxOAvP
"The process of the EPAS accreditation has helped sharpen our focus on the strategic priorities. A mission and strategy are often easy to formulate but more difficult to implement. By focusing on the processes in the EPAS framework we know what variables we can work on over the coming years in our journey of educational excellence."
Prof. dr. Rudy Martens, Dean, Faculty of Applied Economics, University of Antwerp, Belgium
"EQUIS accreditation is one of the most important benchmarks available to business schools to ensure excellence in teaching, student experience, research and outreach. I am very pleased that our substantial effort to continually improve in all aspects of what we do has been well recognised."
Prof. Jon Reast, Dean, Bradford University School of Management, UK
Learn more about the EFMD Quality Services offer: download the Quality Services brochure or access directly EQUIS and EPAS webpages.