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Issue 483, 5 June 2002

Accolade for LUBS

Leeds University Business School (LUBS) has been awarded the 'EQUIS' accreditation from the European Foundation for Management Development (efmd) – one of only 12 UK business schools to achieve the standard required on a European platform.

The efmd is Europe's largest network association in the field of management development, and plays a central role in shaping an international approach to management education. LUBS now joins the ranks of 52 EQUIS accredited business schools from around the world such as INSEAD, London Business School and Warwick Business School.

Dean of LUBS, Professor Andrew Lock, said: "We are immensely proud of this latest accolade. EQUIS accreditation reinforces our international standing and growing reputation as a leading business school and puts the school in a strong position to further develop its international activities and executive education provision."

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