News

News and announcements from the Chartered ABS on external affairs, government policy and developments affecting the sector.

December 2018 White Paper on Immigration – Our response

The Government's White Paper is encouraging, but doesn't go far enough.

Kent Business School receives the Small Business Charter award

Kent Business School has become the latest business school to be awarded the Small Business Charter. This national accolade is in recognition of the business school’s expanding…

ESCP Europe London wins Times Higher Education Business School of the Year Award

Chartered ABS member school ESCP Europe are honoured at the 2018 Times Higher awards.

APPG International Students – Chartered ABS Response

We present the case for a competitive and accessible post-study visa regime for international students.

Consultation on draft guidance for REF 2021

We respond to the published draft assessment criteria and guidelines for making submissions to Ref 2021

Tender open for evidence-based research on the future of accounting

Tender open for evidence-based research on the future of accounting AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is the UK’s leading qualification…

Call for nominations: Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching, and Student Experience Committee

Call for nominations: Chartered ABS Learning, Teaching, and Student Experience Committee The Chartered Association of Business Schools is calling…

New Chartered ABS Chair and Council members appointed

It is our pleasure to announce Professor Julia Clarke as the new Chair of the Chartered ABS, as well new appointments to other positions and the Chartered ABS Council.

Chartered ABS 2018 Fellows announced

We are delighted to announce five recipients of Chartered ABS fellowships in recognition of their outstanding work supporting UK business schools.

The Impact Factor film reveals the vital role of UK business schools

A showcase of the incredible work of UK business schools.

Annual Survey results: UK business schools forging ahead despite Brexit impacts

Business schools are building partnerships across Europe and globally as access to EU research funding and academic staff decreases.

The second edition of Pathways to Success: Strategic Groups of UK Business Schools

Our analysis of the variety of structures, strategies and business models adopted by UK business schools.

Chartered ABS and BAM response to the House of Commons Science & Technology Committee Inquiry

Our views on the balance and effectiveness of research and innovation spending.

Building an Executive Education Team: a new white paper to support business schools

Examples and ideas from business schools providing executive education programmes.

Notice of the Chartered ABS Annual General Meeting – Monday 5 November 2018 at 17:30

Notice of the Chartered ABS Annual General Meeting – Monday 5 November 2018 at 17:30 The 2018 Annual General Meeting of the Chartered Association…

The latest government policies and what they mean for business schools

The latest government policies and what they mean for business schools It may have been the summer recess in Westminster, but it certainly didn’t stop a plethora of…

Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey: Our analysis

We analyse the results for graduates in Business & Administrative studies from HESA’s annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey.

Developing students’ soft skills through business competitions

Developing students’ soft skills through business competitions One consequence of a ‘monetised’ higher education system is that students expect value for money and a…

National Student Survey 2018: Results for Business & Management studies

We share the key findings from the NSS results for Business & Management and incorporate the results into a single spreadsheet which can be filtered by institution and question.

Join our Working Group to develop CPD scheme for teaching staff

We are inviting nominations to join a Working Group supporting the development of a CPD scheme for business school teaching staff.