Frankfurt School of Finance & Management has been awarded the System Accreditation by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA). FIBAA System Accreditation is an important seal of approval for Frankfurt School’s internal quality assurance system, as well as the overall quality of the business school’s academic programmes. The award means that all courses of study offered by Frankfurt School – including any newly launched courses – are fully accredited during the initial six-year accreditation period. Frankfurt School is one of just eight German higher-education institutions entitled to display the FIBAA quality seal.
“Frankfurt School’s FIBAA System Accreditation is a major achievement that puts the stamp of excellence on our in-house quality management. It will help us on our way to becoming one of the best business schools in Europe,” commented Professor Dr Udo Steffens, President of Frankfurt School of Finance & Management. “In addition to last year’s two international accreditations by AACSB and EQUIS, the FIBAA accreditation is Frankfurt School’s third significant institutional quality award. All of us at Frankfurt School are proud to have achieved this distinction!”
Based in Europe, the internationally active Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA) promotes quality assurance and quality development in higher education. System Accreditations comply with the requirements of the German Accreditation Council, confirming that the business school is capable of maintaining an in-house quality assurance system, achieving educational objectives and sustaining consistent quality standards across all academic programmes.