With accreditation from AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS, the University of Edinburgh Business School takes its place among the world's top 1% of business schools which are triple accredited. Triple Accreditation underscores the quality of everything we do and has been awarded by the three most influential business school accreditation bodies.
The University of Edinburgh Business School is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association of MBAs (AMBA). This triple accreditation highlights the quality of teaching and excellence of research at the School.
in the 2017 QS world university rankings
in the 2016 Economist's MBA rankings
in the 2017 Financial Times' Finance MSc world rankings
The Edinburgh MBA is also ranked 91st in the world in the 2017 Financial Times' Top 100 MBA programmes, rising seven places from 2016.
Athena SWAN Bronze Award
In recognition of the positive work the Business School has done to promote diversity and gender equality among staff and students, Athena SWAN granted the Business School a Bronze Award in 2017.
Valid until 2020, the honour endorses the School's continued efforts to create an open environment which supports equal career advancement for everyone.
The University is an official University partner of CIMA and graduates from our MSc in Accounting and Finance will be able to join CIMA through an accelerated route designed specifically for them.
Our finance programmes cover at least 70 per cent of the CFA curriculum, which will benefit those who choose to study for the CFA qualification.
The MSc in Banking and Risk has been accredited by the Chartered Banker Institute. This means the programme is acknowledged as equivalent to a Chartered Banker Diploma, a world-class professional standard for banking industry professionals.
The Business School's MSc in Human Resource Management and MSc in International Human Resource Management are fully accredited programmes of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
The School's undergraduate accounting degrees provide a high level of exemption from the professional examination requirements. For example, our MA degree with Accounting is fully accredited by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and qualifies for the maximum available exemptions from the professional examinations that lead to the professional qualification of Chartered Accountant.