Master of Business Accreditation (MBA) students invest substantial amounts of time, money, intellectual and other personal attributes with returns in mind such as the potential for higher income and better career progression.

MBA Accreditation, particularly certification at an international level,brings the global exposure that attractsa higher level of talent. The intense nature of competition among business schools has long sparked innovation in both curriculum and related research activities. Accreditation is a common factor for the most successful business schools.

Benefits of an Accredited MBA Program:

  • Enrolling in a properly accredited online MBA program means smoother transfer and recognition of credits and qualifications if taking up studies elsewhere.  
  • Schools offering an accredited MBA program are likely to take a more selective approach to staff appointed, students accepted and courses offered.
  • Gaining financial assistance or student loans is more achievable if the institution concerned has business school accreditation. 
  • Improving employment prospects with organisations favouring qualifications from an accredited institution. 

EDLEA is committed to achievement of high standards inpostgraduate management programs and demonstrated engagement with evolving trends and innovation. Our E-learning Business Accreditation (ELBA) benefits students, business schools and employers.

Students can be confident the qualifications achieved continue to be valued in their professional lives. Business schools benefit from both the internationally recognised standards of excellence and the opportunity the accreditation process presents for improvement. Employing organisations can capitalise on the high standards and assured value graduates bring to their enterprise.

EDLEA works closely with business schools around the globe to facilitate MBA program accreditation, evaluated against defined criteria. Input is taken from all stakeholders including staff and students, graduates andtheir employers. Accredited programmes undertake a review, usually every three years, to maintain excellence and for continuous quality improvement.