AlmaU Is in Top-3 Business Schools of Central Asia

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AlmaUAlmaty Management University (AlmaU) has strengthened its position of Top business school in world rating agency Eduniversal-2017 (France), taking 3rd place among 68 universities in Central Asia.

The first place was shared between AlmaU and Indian Institute of Management Calcutta. It was announced on solemn rewards ceremony "top-3 business schools" which was held on 10th world Convention in Dubai on 9th of September.

The award was given to the president and founder of Almaty management University Asylbek Kozhakhmetov during the gala dinner. As the ceremony speaker has said: "It was the first time when India business schools have given the pace to others!" It was always them who used to take the first places annually.

In the framework of the contest, there were three best business schools in each of nine geographical zones, which were rewarded by members of the Scientific Committee Eduniversal. The geographic zone of Central Sia consists of 3 schools from Kazakhstan: Kimep, Nazarbayev University. AlmaU, 47 schools from India, 3 schools from Pakistan, 13 schools from Bangladesh, Bhutan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Uzbekistan. 

The winners were chosen using the poll method, references, and interviews from 1000 deans and the strongest business schools executives who voted in Eduniversal Deans in 2017.

At the panel session of the 10th World Convention Asylbek Kozhakhmetov came out with the report on theme «The start-up model as a key element for programmes». At the end of his speech he invited all the participants to the annual international forum "Entrepreneurship in fast-growing societies", which will be held in Almaty Management University in May.

It must be mentioned that Eduniversal is a global rating agency, which makes an annual rating of business schools and universities in more than 150 countries.