ABAC-GSB received Initial Accreditation by Network of International Business Schools (NIBS)

Updated: Aug 10, 2020


The Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) has the mission to advance the internationalisations of business education. NIBS provides its members a platform to connect and collaborate with each other and to mutually improve its degree programs with an international perspective. The success of NIBS is founded on its members actively participating in it’s network activities.

In the November 2019, Graduate School of Business (AU-GSB), Assumption University of Thailand has been accepted by the NIBS for accreditation. All documents are reviewed by and are at the discretion of the NIBS Board of Directors and AU-GSB Eligibility for NIBS membership is based on the following criteria:

  • Internationalisation: demonstrate either a robust track record of internationalisation or a firm vision and commitment to develop their internationalisation profile.

  • Accreditation: be validated by a recognised accreditation authority.

  • Academic Level: deliver degree programs in business administration or management at both undergraduate (bachelor) and postgraduate (masters) level. Exceptions to this shall be at the discretion of the NIBS board.

  • Commitment: applicants are expected to outline the way(s) in which they intend to participate and contribute to NIBS activities.

The Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) is an association of business schools from around the world, united by a shared view that the internationalization of business and globalization of the economy are essential elements in the evolution of managerial practices.

NIBS International Accreditation was launched in 2008. Today, more than 25 schools have been accredited by NIBS – and only Graduate School of Business (AU-GSB), Assumption University of Thailand has been accepted by the NIBS for accreditation in Thailand.


For more information about The Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) visit www.nibsweb.org



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