Only the best
- 34 selected business schools from five continents.
Close to business
- 70 multinational corporate partners and eight NGO partners.
CEMS Master's in International Management
- Among the top ten on Financial Times' Global Master's in Managment ranking every year since the ranking began in 2005.
European Quality Improvment System - EQUIS - is an international system of quality assessment, improvement and accreditation for higher education institutions in management and business administration. The fundamental objective is to raise the standard of management education. EQUIS facilitates standard setting, benchmarking, mutual learning, and the dissemination across borders of good practice.
NHH has been EQUIS accredited since in 2001, and this was renewed for an additional 5 years in 2021.
AACSB is the longest-serving global accrediting body for business schools, and the largest business education network connecting learners, educators, and businesses worldwide. AACSB-accredited schools have successfully undergone a rigorous review process conducted by their peers in the business education community, ensuring that they have the resources, credentials, and commitment needed to provide students with a first-rate, future-focused business education.
Synonymous with the highest standards of quality, AACSB accreditation inspires new ways of thinking within business education globally. As a result, less than 6 percent of the world's schools offering business degree programs hold AACSB business accreditation. NHH received AACSB business accreditation in May 2022.
The Association of MBAs (AMBA) is a global organisation founded in 1967 which focuses primarily on international business school accreditation and membership. AMBA is one of the three leading accreditations for business education.
ENGAGE.EU is an alliance of leading European universities in business, economics, and the social sciences, which aims to provide European citizens with the set of skills and competencies needed to tackle major societal challenges. These existing and new challenges, such as digitalisation and artificial intelligence, climate change, ageing societies and migration, must be tackled successfully to ensure a sustainable and positive future.
The alliance will exploit the unique synergies of its members, elevating existing collaborations to a new dimension under the guidance of a joint strategy and common goals. Each member university brings its individual perspective – as shaped by its academic areas of specialisation as well as geographical and economic context. The alliance opens up unique opportunities to educate and inspire a new generation of citizens who will contribute to making Europe a global referent in how to tackle societal challenges.