University of Iceland Accreditation
University of Iceland receives 3-year AMBA Accreditation
The University of Iceland has received 3-year AMBA accreditation. The Executive MBA(part time 2 years) programme has been re-accredited for the period of three years.
AMBA works with Business Schools to accredit MBA, DBA and MBM programmes globally, against defined criteria and include input from all stakeholders including business school staff, students, graduates and employers. Accredited programmes are also reviewed at least every five years, to ensure that quality is maintained and continuous improvement is achieved. More information about AMBA accreditation can be found here.
About the Association of MBAs
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is the international impartial authority on postgraduate business education, established in 1967 by a small group of business graduates with the aim to raise the profile of business education and the MBA qualification in UK and Europe.
About University of Iceland
The University of Iceland aims to be one of the world’s leading universities and apply approved standards to all quality assurance of its operations. The university holds itself and its lecturers, management and other staff to high standards. High demands are also made of students; this ensures that a degree from the University of Iceland is considered to be of high quality and is trusted all over the world. More >>