WOXSEN RACES INTO THE TOP B-SCHOOLS LIST!

In just three years, a record to be very proud of, Woxsen has been ranked among the top 30 business schools in the country by none other than the international agency, Asia Inc. 500. Our rank stands at 26.

This is a moment to cherish for all Woxsenites.

Asia Inc. 500 is a Singapore-based agency that tracks the performance of companies and business schools across Asia. Among their key criteria for the ranking are quality of the academic programs & curriculum, infrastructure of the school, academic processes adopted, and innovative pedagogy.

We renew our efforts with determination to be ranked within the top 10 by next year.

http://asiainc500.com/top-business-schools/


All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)

Woxsen School of Business, Hyderabad, is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), a statutory body under Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India.

  AICTE Approval 2014-15

AICTE Approval 2015-16

AICTE Approval 2016-17

AICTE Approval 2017-18

“Woxsen School of Business, within a very short span, has become a member of the AMBA DEVELOPMENT NETWORK (ADN). Membership of the ADN demonstrates Woxsen’s commitment to quality in postgraduate management education.

AMBA, The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is the international impartial authority on postgraduate business education and was established in 1967 and provides accreditation to management schools worldwide. At the core of the accreditation scheme of AMBA is full recognition of the autonomy of individual degree awarding institutions to offer MBA programmes and of the need for individuals and employers to have an internationally recognized accreditation process based on external and peer review of MBA provision.

Accreditation assesses the current standards of postgraduate management education offered at an institution while promoting a developmental philosophy and a commitment to continual improvement. Institutions gaining accreditation are expected to maintain and demonstrate this commitment to regular improvement within their own programmes over the duration of each accreditation period.”


The Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) was established in 1988, with the initiative of leading management development institutions in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) region. AMDISA is a “SAARC Recognized Body”. Its Reciprocal Members are Institutions with similar objectives outside South Asia and includes Institutions such as Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, USA; European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Belgium; Russian Association of Business Education (RABE), Russia; Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN), Slovenia; Association of Business Schools (ABS), UK; Australia and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM), Australia, etc.

The mission of AMDISA is to “Promote management excellence in South Asia by networking management development institutions and facilitating their partnership with corporate enterprises and public agencies in the region.”

This is the only Association which networks management development institutions across the South Asian nations, through exchange of information, conducting regional conferences and providing a forum for academics and business leaders. The Association interfaces business schools with leaders interested in management development; promotes professional development of management faculty; provides institution-building assistance to business schools and corporate management development centers in the region. AMDISA organizes institution-building workshops for Heads of Institutions, Faculty Workshops on frontier areas of management and inter-institutional cooperative research on contemporary managerial issues in South Asia.

AMDISA launched a global benchmark quality assurance and accreditation system for Business Schools in this part of the world called as South Asian Quality Assurance System (SAQS). SAQS is the South Asian system of quality assessment, improvement, and accreditation of higher education institutions in management and business administration. AMDISA facilitates standard setting, benchmarking, mutual learning, and the dissemination of good practice across borders.




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