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Details for Chartered Association of Business Schools

Participant Status

Basic

Type of Organization

Membership association of UK Business Schools

Type of Education

Executive

Location

London, United Kingdom

Website

http://www.charteredabs.org

Sign Up Date to PRME

12 Jan 2010

Current Sharing Information on Progress Report Submission

18 Sep 2015

Sharing Information on Progress (2015)

Chartered Association of Business Schools - View Report

Period Covered: Jan 2011 to Jan 2011

Achievements Curriculum Integration in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

We are the voice of the UK’s business and management education sector. We support our members to maintain world-class standards of teaching and research, and help shape policy and create opportunities through dialogue with business and government.

Our 150 members consist of 122 business schools and higher education providers, as well as affiliate stakeholders, corporate members and international partners. The UK’s business and management education sector represents 1 in 5 university students and contributes £3.25b to the UK economy. Its management students go on to lead global businesses and its entrepreneurs contribute to our dynamic economy. Its research has an impact across society and helps to turn our capacity for invention into viable businesses.

We work with our members in the following ways:



Professional Development

We support the development of staff across a number of roles in business schools. Our professional development programmes, conferences and events help develop strategy, skills and knowledge for Deans, Directors of Research, Directors of Learning & Teaching, Directors of Executive Education, Heads of Professional Services, and staff responsible for international strategy, communications and administration.



Build Networks

We act as a hub for sharing new ideas and developing best practice. Through our work members build and maintain valuable networks within the business school community through which individuals are able to identify common challenges, find support and benchmark progress.



Lobby and Influence

We represent UK business schools to business and government. We engage them on the benefits the sector has on the economy and society, and we seek to influence them on the issues that may affect business schools’ ability to deliver high value and impact for students, businesses and wider communities.

Achievements Research Development in the Field of Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

We are the voice of the UK’s business and management education sector. We support our members to maintain world-class standards of teaching and research, and help shape policy and create opportunities through dialogue with business and government.

Our 150 members consist of 122 business schools and higher education providers, as well as affiliate stakeholders, corporate members and international partners. The UK’s business and management education sector represents 1 in 5 university students and contributes £3.25b to the UK economy. Its management students go on to lead global businesses and its entrepreneurs contribute to our dynamic economy. Its research has an impact across society and helps to turn our capacity for invention into viable businesses.

We work with our members in the following ways:



Professional Development

We support the development of staff across a number of roles in business schools. Our professional development programmes, conferences and events help develop strategy, skills and knowledge for Deans, Directors of Research, Directors of Learning & Teaching, Directors of Executive Education, Heads of Professional Services, and staff responsible for international strategy, communications and administration.



Build Networks

We act as a hub for sharing new ideas and developing best practice. Through our work members build and maintain valuable networks within the business school community through which individuals are able to identify common challenges, find support and benchmark progress.



Lobby and Influence

We represent UK business schools to business and government. We engage them on the benefits the sector has on the economy and society, and we seek to influence them on the issues that may affect business schools’ ability to deliver high value and impact for students, businesses and wider communities.

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