Accreditations and Memberships - Krakow School of Business

Krakow School of Business KUE

Krakow School of Business

Accreditations and Memberships

Accreditations and Memberships EFMD

EPAS (European Program of Accreditation System)

EPAS is an esteemed international accreditation granted by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). It ranks among the world’s top three prestigious certifications, globally acknowledged. Its primary objective is to identify outstanding MBA programs. EPAS accreditation hinges on rigorous criteria. It focuses on aspects such as a program’s standing in the national and international market, its significance for the university, the quality of knowledge imparted, and the expertise of the academic staff. An institution obtaining EPAS accreditation commits to continuous development on both domestic and international fronts. This involves staying current with cutting-edge management concepts & fostering a robust business ecosystem around the program. It also involves implementing a formal educational quality assurance system, and maintaining a strong presence in the educational market. Krakow School of Business KUE has been a proud EFMD member since 2011. Our membership is reflecting its dedication to upholding the highest standards in management education.

Accreditations and Memberships IACBE

IACBE (International Accreditation Council for Business Education) 

IACBE is a leading US accrediting institution with a global reach, focused on the business schools. The distinguishing feature of IACBE accreditation is the idea that academic quality and excellence in business education should be measured in terms of educational results obtained in relation to the adopted mission, and not by imposed norms referring only to academic resources. Emphasis on mission-related results is fundamental to the entire quality assurance process in IACBE accreditation. The accreditation is a guarantee that the institution meets international standards & has the highest quality of the offered programs. It also proves that the organization is guided by the best practices in business education. In addition, accredited institutions commit to continuously improve the quality of education as a permanent element of further functioning.Krakow School of Business is a member of IACBE (Educational Membership) since January 2018.

Accreditations and Memberships CEEMAN


CEEMAN favors improving the quality of management processes and change processes through the development of education, research, consulting, data, network support and other related services for development-oriented institutions in the area of management and corporations operating in a dynamically changing environment. Its holistic approach to the change and leadership is based on innovation, creativity and respect for cultural values. The activity of the CEEMAN manifests itself, among others by organizing seminars, research programs, workshops, international conferences, etc. on educational programs and institutions. Krakow School of Business is a member of CEEMAN (Membership) since January 2018.

Accreditations and Memberships ASPIRE

ASPIRE (Association of IT & Business Process Services Companies) 

ASPIRE brings together companies from the IT sector and advanced business services; Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). It is one of the leading business associations in Central and Eastern Europe. They gather over 180 entities, mainly international companies such as: ABB, AON, Cisco, Electrolux, Google, HSBC, IBM and many more. The goal of the ASPIRE association is to strengthen the business model in related industries, help its members to increase their competitive advantage by identifying common aspirations, facilitating networking and information exchange, and enabling appropriate and targeted cooperation with key stakeholders in cities where members operate. Krakow School of Business is a member of ASPIRE since November 2017.


AAPBS (Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools)

The main goal of the AAPSB is to improve the quality of business education in this region. AAPBS members strive to understand and develop a solid paradigm for the Asian education model in a global context. The expanding network is able to provide member schools a great platform to connect and collaborate. All members have a shared mission to advance the standard of business and management education. Krakow School of Business is a member of AAPBS since July 2018.

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