Munich Business School is an active member in the following national and international associations and education groups:
AACSB International is a membership association of educational institutions, businesses, non-profit, and government organizations devoted to the advancement of higher education in business administration and management. Membership does not imply accreditation.
EFMD is a leading international network in the field of management development and business school advancement and also responsible for issuing the EQUIS and the EPAS accreditations.
ESO Education Group is one of the largest private education groups in Germany and consists of more than 100 member institutions and more than 1,000 education and integration programs. ESO Education Group collaborates closely with companies in Germany and abroad and stands for internationally renowned degrees.
"Expat in the City" is all about inspiring and informing internationals living in Munich by connecting them to people and businesses who understand what it is like to be new in a country and in a new life.
As a memeber of the FC Bayern Basketball Business Circle, we are very pleased to be part of a great business network in Munich. We are keeping our fingers crossed for FC Bayern Basketball again this season.
The network is a consortium of universities created to strengthen the civic engagement of students, lecturers, and other university staff. The members see the encouragement and empowerment to personal and social responsibility as an essential part of their educational mission.
MedienCampus Bayern e.V. (Media Campus Bavaria assocation) was founded by the Free State of Bavaria in 1998 in cooperation with 13 leading educational institutions in the field of media. Today, the umbrella organization has 112 members. The main goal of the association is to foster the media education in Bavaria and to offer consulting, networking, and coordinating services.
The mission of PRME is to inspire and champion responsible management education in business schools worldwide. The PRME principles are based on the United Nations Global Compact's principles for companies.
The Stifterverband (Donors' Association for German Science) is a business community initiative advocating long-term improvement of the German education and research landscape. In order to achieve this goal, the Stifterverband provides funding for universities and research institutes, supports talents, analyses the higher education system, and devises recommendations for policymakers and business.
The Association of Private Universities represents the interests of private universities in Germany. It is committed to a pluralistic system of higher education for the benefit of students and society, and the only advocacy group of private universities in Germany.