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Outstanding MBAs on campuses worldwide

The Council on Business & Society currently counts 9 member schools: ESSEC Business School, FGV-EAESP, School of Management Fudan University, IE Business School, Keio Business School, Smith School of Business, Stellenbosch Business School, Trinity College Dublin Business School, and Warwick Business School. 

Their campuses provide undergraduate, graduate and executive education programmes in Paris, Cergy-Pontoise, São Paulo, Shanghai, Madrid, Yokohama, Cape Town, Dublin, Singapore, Rabat, Kingston, London, and Coventry. 

The Council's schools are also ranked in the Which MBA? ranking carried out by The Economist. Under the Council on Business & Society alliance, they obtain truly global reach, their faculty working in partnership to produce insights and content into responsible leadership and CSR-related issues at the crossroads of business and society. Their unique, international prism is offered to students, participants, practitioners, companies and organisations wishing to promote a world in which business and management play a part in improving society and the common good.

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The Council's member school MBA programmes.

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ESSEC GMBA and EMBA programmes.PNG
ESSEC Business School
France, Singapore, Morocco
Fudan School of Management MBA
School of Management Fudan University

IE Business School International MBA
IE Business School
Keio Business School
Smith School of Business MBA
Smith School of Business

Stellenbosch MBA
Stellenbosch Business School

South Africa
Warwick Business School MBA.PNG
Warwick Business School
United Kingdom

The schools' full-time studies and executive education programmes have outstanding records. ESSEC Business School, France-Singapore-Morocco was ranked 3rd worldwide for its Master in Management and 4th best Masters in Finance worldwide in the Financial Times in 2020. It is a holder of the prestigious "triple crown" of international accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. Keio Business School, Tokyo, was awarded 5 palmes of excellence in the universal business schools of excellence with strong global influence ranking and holds No. 1 position in Japan. Fudan School of Management, Shanghai, was also awarded the 5 palmes of excellence and features in the top 3 Asian schools of business 2017. FGV-EAESP, Brazil, is one of South America's leading institutions and holder of the prestigious "triple crown" of international accreditations: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. Likewise, Warwick Business School was the first UK institution to be awarded the 'triple crown' in year 2000. It's full-time MBA and Executive MBA programmes are ranked top in the UK and among the top 25 worldwide, and its online MBA was ranked No.1 worldwide by the FT in 2020. WBS counts among the leading educational institutions in Europe. Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, is located on College Green, in Dublin, Ireland, and is also EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA triple-crown accredited, placing it among the top 1% business schools worldwide. It offers programmes at undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA levels. The latest member to the alliance, IE Business School, is holder of the Triple Crown accreditations AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA and its online MBA was ranked No. 1 worldwide by QS in 2020. 

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The Financial Times

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