Suffolk Business School at the University of Suffolk has reached a new milestone by becoming a member of the Chartered Association of Business Schools.
The School joins 120 other business schools and higher education providers as members of the Chartered Association of Business Schools which is the voice of the UK’s business and management education sector.
Professor Gurpreet Jagpal, Pro Vice-Chancellor Business and Entrepreneurship at the University of Suffolk said the membership was important for the School and University.
“Suffolk Business School is an energetic, visionary, and forward-thinking place.
“As a relatively new business school we can learn from association members as well as passing on our innovative approach and enjoy reciprocal learning.
“We see membership as an excellent opportunity to network with other business schools as well as on an individual level with our peers.
“This is a fantastic milestone for the University of Suffolk and Suffolk Business School, and it aligns with our strategy of being a practitioner led business school.”
Anne Kiem OBE, Chief Executive of the Chartered Association of Business Schools said: “We are delighted to welcome Suffolk Business School into the Chartered Association of Business Schools community.
“Our network of business schools is a great space to share best practice, innovation and challenges with other institutions, and collectively to advance business and management education and research.
“Other schools will be able to learn from what is happening at Suffolk Business School as much as Suffolk Business School can learn from others and there are opportunities for staff across the business school to get involved in our work, and we look forward to working with and supporting the team from Suffolk.”
University of Suffolk Press Office