Thammasat Business School sustains its championship, maintain its international education accreditation standards
Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University sustains its championship, maintain its international education accreditation standards.
Thursday 21 April 2022
Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University focuses on producing quality educational personnel with the latest global recognition through the accreditation of international education standards from the world's leading institutes of business administration, EQUIS (2012 – 2024) from the European Union for the third time and AMBA (2018 – 2024) from United Kingdom for the second time.
Prof. Dr. Ruth Banomyong, Dean of the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University revealed that the Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy focuses on maintaining education accreditation standards in order to produce excellent quality personnel for the business sector and the Thai labor market, and utilize knowledge and competence to further develop Thailand in the future. The Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy is very proud as it has been fully accredited for international education standards from 2 major world's business administration institutes, EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System) from the European Union and AMBA (Association of MBAs) from the United Kingdom with different and comprehensive educational quality assessment criteria in all aspects of leading educational standards. By which each institute has a quality assessment that has very strict rules. The details are as follows:
1. EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System): The Faculty of Commerce was accredited in 2012 onwards, an accreditation under the international non-profit organization European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) is the organization that provides business administration education standards for Business Schools and Business School Programmes, Corporate Universities and Online Courses both at the higher education level, Graduate Studies, Program for Executives. It also certifies the various academic activities of the Faculty, including research and academic collaborations.
2. AMBA (Association of MBAs): The Faculty of Commerce was accredited in 2018 onwards. AMBA is the UK's international quality accreditation body for graduate business administration programs, the AMBA has been instrumental in setting the criteria for managing graduate studies and is committed to raising international standards and quality for the benefit of the Institute of Business Administration students and alumni as well as employers.