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In a few weeks, AACSB will host two of its most popular accreditation seminars at the Renaissance Seoul Hotel in South Korea. Improve the overall quality of your institution by attending these seminars:
 

Business Accreditation Seminar
15–16 July 2014

Gain a deeper understanding of the processes leading to initial accreditation during this step-by-step review of the AACSB Accreditation Standards. This seminar also includes an inside view at what the peer review teams will look for during their visit and provides an exceptional opportunity to network with business school leaders who can serve as important resources during the process.




Assurance of Learning (AoL) Seminar

17–18 July 2014
If the concept of AoL is new to you, or if your school is currently creating or implementing a new AoL system, this is your opportunity to learn from the experts. This seminar exposes you to a broad view of the AACSB Accreditation Standards and presents best practices so that you can implement an effective AoL plan for your degree programs.

 

Also Available:

Enhancing and Measuring Impact Forum
21–22 August 2014
Melbourne, Australia


Explore the role of impact in today’s challenging academic environment, and how it applies to the AACSB Accreditation Standards.



Applied Assurance of Learning Seminar
27 August 2014
Melbourne, Australia


Once you have a strong, working knowledge of assessment, the next step is to attend this seminar to formulate programmatic learning goals and uncover potential issues in your assessment plan.

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