Accreditations and Rankings
|CEMS Master in International Management||7||5||4||9|
|Master in General Management||40||37||32||36||38|
|Executive MBA World||79||91||62||50|
|Executive MBA Europe||27||33||31||27|
|European Business School||34||45||34||35|
|International full-time MBA||28||27|
|MSc in Social Science - Organizational Innovation and Entrepreneurship||31|
|QS Top Business Schools|
|By subject 'Business and Management Studies'||-||-||10||13||13||17|
|By subject 'Social Sciences and Management'||-||45||38||43||41||49|
|Full-time MBA Europe||9||9||12|
|Accounting & Finance||50|
|Politics & International Studies||101-150|
|QS Business Masters|
|By subject 'Masters in International Management'||9|
|By subejct 'Masters in Finance'||13|
|University of Texas at Dallas - Top 100 Business School Research Rankings|
|Corporate Knights Magazine - Better World MBA|
|Better World MBA World||10||-||3||4||4|
|Better World MBA Europe||3||-||1||1||1|
|Times Higher Education|
|World University Rankings||201-250||251-300||201-250|
|Social Sciences Subject Ranking||88||94|
|Business and Economics Subject and Rankings (new)||30|
Recommended by business school presidents
CBS participates in a number of different rankings. Some focuses on programmes, others on research in general, and some on a specific subject area. Finally, there are rankings that reflect CBS’ general reputation or performance in a specific area.
Financial Times ranks masters in management and the EMBA annually. Based on these results Financial Times produces the European Business School Ranking.
Financial Times Rankings
QS World University Rankings ranks the top 200 business schools worldwide.
QS Top Universities
University of Texas at Dallas ranks the research of Business Schools annually.
University of Texas at Dallas top 100 business school research rankings
Corporate Knights Magazine produces a Better World MBA survey.
Better World MBA Ranking reports
Eduniversal produces an annual reputation ranking based on recommendations from 1,000 deans and business school presidents from more than 150 countries. In addition, a scientific committee awards each institution with ‘Palmes of Excellence’ according to the estimated, international significance of the individual business school. As the only Danish institution, CBS has been awarded the maximum of five palms, which characterises a ”Universal Business School with strong global influence”.
Eduniversal Business Schools Ranking
CBS participates both in international and in national accreditations. The main purposes of the international accreditations are:
- international branding
- learning international best practice on quality in education, research and administration
Since 2000 CBS has been accredited by EQUIS, and since 2007 also by AMBA. August 1st 2011 CBS received accreditation by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) as the first school in Scandinavia. CBS has thus acquired 'The Triple Crown', an acknowledgement only shared by around 50 business schools worldwide. These schools all belong the the absolute top business schools and include schools such as INSEAD, London Business School, IMD, and Rotterdam School of Management.
Three accreditations - different focus
The three different accreditation labels are perceived necessary due to their different recognition in different parts of the world, and because they – in spite of many similarities – have their focus on different element.
EQUIS has strong focus on research, internationalization and partnership with the business community, while AACSB focuses on strongly on governance, faculty qualifications, learning and education. AMBA focuses solely on MBA/MPA programmes.
The Danish accreditation system was established by law in 2007. This means that all CBS programmes must pass a national accreditation over the next years. This work is administered by ACE Denmark.
For more information please contact Accreditation Manager Mia Cudrio Thomsen