Arthur Lok Jack reaccreditation endorsed by AMBA board

Arthur Lok Jack School of Business re-accredited

The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is pleased to announce the re-accreditation of the Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business. The School, which is part of The University of the West Indies, has now held AMBA accreditation since 2003 and currently has four MBA programmes with this accreditation - International MBA, Executive MBA, MBA in Sustainable Energy Management and the MBA in International Trade, Logistics and Procurement. Congratulating the school, AMBA Chief Executive Andrew Main Wilson said, “The quality of Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business is reflected in the fact that it is one of the only two AMBA-accredited schools in the Caribbean region.

The rigorous accreditation and re assessment criteria, which includes visits from the AMBA Evaluation Panel to examine all systems and procedures in relation to its standards, ensures that the four MBA programmes offered by Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, and any of the other 200+ AMBA Accredited MBA programmes worldwide are of the highest quality. This achievement allows all stakeholders to be assured that any of the other 200+ AMBA Accredited MBA programmes worldwide, from design to delivery, offer only the most relevant content, experiences and case studies to prepare them for the business world.

For more information on AMBA Accreditation, please click here >>

For more information on Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business, The University of the West Indies, please click here >>