Monash University was established in Melbourne, Australia in 1958. It offers a large number of courses across numerous disciplines. The Monash Business School is the largest faculty of Monash measured by student numbers (more than 16,000 students enrolled in programs, more than 500 academic staff, excluding sessional staff, and nearly 200 professional staff). The School is globally recognised for the quality of its education and research. It is the only institution within the Group of 8 to have achieved triple-crown (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA) accreditation. 

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Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) was founded in 1903 by the renowned entrepreneur, Ernest Solvay, and quickly became the business school of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). It has more than 5,000 students, from Bachelors to Ph.D. and Executive Education. The School is AMBA and EQUIS accredited. SBS-EM has a long tradition of being strongly connected with the businesses sector and international institutions. Its faculty is composed of both full-time academics and external specialists and leaders who share their knowledge with the students. The School's strategic positioning is to offer multi-disciplinary degrees with a strong analytical component. The evidence-based approach of the School is fully compatible with the QTEM's mission and vision. The strongest asset of the school is however embedded in the dynamism of its students, who create and run numerous local and global initiatives, such as  the Solvay Business Game, the Solvay Consulting Club, the entrepreneurship club, and many more.

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HEC Montréal is an internationally renowned French-language business school, with over 14,000 students including some 4100 international students from 151 countries. Every year it trains more than 7,000 executives and managers.

The School holds many prestigious accreditations and offers over 100 academic programs at the undergraduate to postgraduate levels. It is one of the most active business schools in Canada in terms of research, thanks to some fifty research units, including 27 chairs (6 of them Canada Research Chairs).

With a faculty of 285, HEC Montréal offers programs in several languages and attracts students from 184 countries.

Since its founding in 1907, the School has trained more than 95,800 students in all fields of management.

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Founded in 1897, Zhejiang University is one of China’s oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher education, and it is also the member of C9 League, which is analogous to the Ivy League in the USA. The School of Management at Zhejiang University is a leading management school and a pioneer in business education in Mainland China. For its cutting-edge research and entrepreneurial education, the School is particularly renowned in innovation and entrepreneurship. Being the pioneer business school in Mainland China to gain international accreditation, the School has achieved international accreditation from AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA and CEEMAN. The School has established strong relations with leading institutions and has been actively exploring international cooperation opportunities. 


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Harbin Institute of Technology (abbreviated as HIT) is a research university in China and a member of China's elite C9 League. Founded in 1920, HIT is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in the country and maintains a strong focus on science and engineering. Harbin Institute of Technology holds AMBA accreditation, CAMEA accreditation (Chinese Advanced Management Education Accreditation) and AACSB accreditation.

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS SCHOOL SUZHOU, Xi’an Jiaotong - Liverpool University

Formed in 2006, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU) is a joint venture of Xi’an Jiaotong University in China and the University of Liverpool in the UK. As an independent Sino-foreign cooperative university, XJTLU captures the essence of both of its prestigious parents and is the first and only of its kind approved by the Ministry of Education. The largest of XJTLU’s seven schools, International Business School Suzhou (IBSS) offers a unique blend of Western and Chinese academic practices. IBSS now has formed a community of over 150 staff, over 4,000 students in XJTLU campus and 6,400 alumni all around the world. With English as the language of instruction, IBSS delivers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education programmes across all major business disciplines, including IMBA and PhD. IBSS was the youngest business school to be accredited by AACSB and EQUIS and accomplished its triple accreditation journey by being accredited by AMBA in 2020 and make another “the world’s youngest ever” achievement trophy. IBSS is also an advanced PRME signatory and has embedded the principle into every aspect of daily operation to create a long-term impact in the areas of ethics, responsibility and sustainability.

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Xiamen University (XMU), founded in 1921, is located in the scenic island of Xiamen in southern China, with a campus that is often ranked as the most beautiful in China. The School of Management is one of the top ten business schools in China, with number one ranking in areas such as accounting and finance. The School has 143 faculty members and 5198 on-campus students, with one of the largest EMBA programme in China. The School is AMBA and EQUIS accredited. 

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Hanken School of Economics is an accredited (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA) stand-alone business school in Finland with internationally recognised areas of strength in research ‘Competition Economics and Service Strategy’, ‘Financial Management, Accounting and Governance’, ‘Responsible Organising’, and ‘Leading people for Growth and Well-being’. The programme portfolio covers the whole range from BSc to PhD and Executive Education. The programmes are targeted to national and international students, and the international classroom, which is an integral part of Hanken, consists of a mix of national and international faculty and students. The languages of tuition are Swedish and English. Some 2400 students study at Hanken. The faculty consists of some125 members. 

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EDHEC Business School, founded in 1906, holds the prestigious triple-crown ‘EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA’ and is ranked 5th Master in Finance in the world (Financial Times, 2020). The school accommodates over 1/3 of international students with a full range of programmes on 5 campuses (Lille, Nice, Paris, Singapore and London). The Financial Economics master programmes, to which QTEM exchange students are eligible, are mainly delivered on its campus in Nice. Over the years, EDHEC has developed close ties and partnerships with global companies leading to innovative and business relevant pedagogy as well as networking and job opportunities for its over 40,000 alumni around the globe. 

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Located in central Paris, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL is a public management university created in 1968, which became a 'Grand Etablissement' in 2004 (with a selective student admission process), and a founding member of PSL Research University (Paris Sciences & Lettres) in 2011. It holds a unique position in France: EQUIS accredited, it offers multidisciplinary programmes, from Bachelor to PhD and executive education, specialized in the organizational and decision sciences: 7 bachelors, 20 masters’ degrees with 87 specializations and 7 graduate programmes, providing enhanced expertise to 10,000 students. Université Paris Dauphine - PSL develops an innovative pedagogy based on small groups, internationalized curricula and combining corporate-oriented and research.

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Goethe University is a lively, urban, and cosmopolitan university with a modern and attractive campus that provides an excellent atmosphere in which to study, think and be creative. It is the third largest university in Germany, located in Frankfurt - the most international city of Germany renowned for its status as a financial hub.

The Economics and Business Faculty at Goethe University Frankfurt is known as one of the leading economic institutions of higher education and scientific research in Germany. Internationally, it holds significant prominence, particularly in the field of Finance and Monetary Economics.  The Faculty has a focus on theoretical analysis; the close connection between the disciplines of economics and business, and the open approach towards a broad spectrum of theoretical, practical, and policy-oriented issues. Strong connections exist with the business community, particularly to the financial sector. Apart from the standard course curriculum, students can benefit from lectures by industry experts, including those from institutions like the European Central Bank (ECB).

The Faculty places significant emphasis on an international approach in both research and teaching. As a result, it has fostered a broad international network of esteemed partner universities worldwide.



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TUM School of Management carries out teaching and research at the intersection of management, engineering, natural und life sciences. Although being one of the younger business schools in Germany, TUM School of Management has quickly reached the top of prestigious rankings for both research and teaching. TUM School of Management is the first management school at a German technical university to receive the prestigious Triple Crown accreditation in recognition of its excellence in technology-oriented teaching and research.

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Luiss Guido Carli is a private Italian university located in the heart of Rome. The University aims to achieve the highest levels of distinction in the development and transmission of scientific, technological, and classical knowledge and understanding. Luiss is committed to promoting and organizing research activities, educating both culturally and professionally, and contributing with the transfer of innovation. 

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Waseda University was founded in 1882 by Shigenobu Okuma, later Prime Minister of Japan, with the aim of fostering contemporary Japanese leaders. It has produced seven prime ministers so far, and its alumni are widely active in various fields, not only in Japan, but also around the world. It has since developed into a comprehensive university with now more than fifty thousand students and staff, comprising 13 Undergraduate Schools, 22 Graduate Schools, and other Research and Affiliated Institutes. 

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Rabat Business School (RBS) is a renowned higher education institution established in 2010 and located in the capital city of Morocco. It is the leading Business school in Morocco and one of the top schools in Africa. RBS stands out thanks to its academic excellence and strong reputation in the field of management and business education. Accredited by the AACSB since 2020, RBS is ranked within the QS world ranking and has joined the Top 100 business schools in the world through the Financial Times (FT) Master in Management Ranking 2022. RBS is the only business school in Africa and Middle East to be ranked by the Financial Times.

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The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) was established in 1922. The FEB provides a high-level business curriculum with a strong academic basis for the national and international undergraduate and postgraduate market. The faculty has an excellent national and international reputation. The study programmes at the FEB reflect Amsterdam's international, entrepreneurial, intellectual and socially responsible traditions.The staff, student body, study programmes and research all have a strong international focus. The faculty has a top-ten ranking in research among European Economic departments. The Amsterdam Business School has a Triple Crown status, being AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB accredited. Furthermore, the University of Amsterdam is member of the prestigious international networks Universitas 21 and League of European Research Universities (LERU).

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Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM), founded in 1927 as part of Tilburg University, is one of Europe’s leading Schools of Economics and Management. The School actively strives for academic excellence in scientific research and in teaching in all the main fields of business and economics. The faculty connect, inspire and impact our students, academic community and society at large. Located on a beautiful campus in the south of the country, The School offers a vibrant international community consisting of 7,000 students - ranging from undergraduate to PhD - and 400 academic staff. TiSEM is AACSB accredited and is program partner of the CFA Institute (the global association for investment analysts that awards the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst designation).

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BI Norwegian Business School (BI) is an independent, not-for-profit foundation and the main provider of research based knowledge on business and management disciplines in Norway. BI’s relentless focus on keeping close bonds to the business world as well as investing heavily in research has set us apart as an educational institution for future leaders. We are among the 1% of business schools with a "Triple Crown" accreditation, and our international reputation ensures your degree will be valued all over the world.

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Founded in 1953, FEP is the School of Economics and Management of U.PORTO, one of the best Portuguese Universities in all international rankings. It offers a wide range of programmes: 2 Bsc, 16 Msc, and 2 PhD. FEP has the most qualified faculty in the country with a research orientation, and has a solid reputation in Economics, Management and Finance. FEP has strong corporate and alumni networks and its graduates are prepared for leading positions in national, and international, corporations and institutions. Porto was elected Best European Destination in 2012, 2014 and 2017. FEP is AACSB accredited.

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UPF Barcelona School of Management

The UPF Barcelona School of Management (UPF-BSM), the management school of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, is a double accredited business school by AMBA and EQUIS, two of the three most prestigious accolades in the field of higher education.

The School is also accredited by the BGA, making it the first school in Spain to gain this distinction, as well as featuring in rankings such as The Financial Times, QS and Positive Impact Rating, among others.

UPF-BSM embraces a firm commitment to academic quality and research as the driving forces for social transformation, based on fundamental values such as rigor and ethics, which enable the School to generate knowledge and economic and social impact thanks to an active, customized and interdisciplinary learning model. UPF-BSM has a network of over 500 partner companies and a community of more than 30,000 alumni.

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Since 1911, HEC Lausanne, the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Lausanne, has been training future executives and business leaders to become active players in the world of business and economics. Situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, at the centre of an exceptional cultural network and at the heart of a vibrant business community made up of multinationals and SMEs, HEC Lausanne distinguishes itself through its top-class education and excellent research in management and economics.

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Warwick Business School (WBS) is a world-class business school at the heart of the University of Warwick, offering Undergraduate, Masters, MBA and Doctoral programmes. As one of Europe’s leading global business schools, with a cosmopolitan outlook, they set out to lead the debate through transformative research, and develop inquisitive minds that will make a positive impact on society.

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Originally founded in 1851, the University of Exeter received its Royal Charter in 1955 and is now part of the internationally renowned Russell Group in the UK - 24 leading research intensive UK universities committed to maintaining the very best research, outstanding teaching and learning experience and unrivalled links with business and the public sector. In turn, the University of Exeter Business School is one of the UK’s leading institutions, triple-accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA, putting them firmly in the top 1% of business schools globally. The Business School brings together inspirational and internationally respected experts from around the world to provide genuinely research-led teaching. At the core of the Business School ethos is ensuring students reach their full potential and graduate with the best possible degree to prepare them for their future careers. 

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