Comparative Study of Chinese Advanced Management Education Accreditation (CAMEA) and International MBA Certification

Yiming WU, Siyong CAI

Abstract


With the rapid development of China’s MBA education, participation in MBA certification has become the important measure for MBA organizations to enhance their quality to attract students. From the international perspective of business education, the access to three international certifications AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS is an important step for China’s first-class business schools towards internationalization and their common pursuit. In recent years, the Chinese Ministry of Education has also launched Chinese Advanced Management Education Accreditation(CAMEA) to focus on the development of MBA with Chinese characteristics. This paper makes a comparative study on the similarities and differences between the three major MBA certification systems and the CAMEA certification system, and points out that domestic universities should actively participate in international certification and local certification according to their own situation.


Keywords


CAMEA Accreditation; MBA education; MBA international Accreditation

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