The ABS is the voice for the UK’s Business Schools and independent Management Colleges and sets the agenda for business and management education in the UK within an increasingly international environment. It develops influential policies and promotes, communicates and lobbies on these at local, regional, national and international levels as appropriate.

ICAM Singapore Networking Drinks for Australian, Canadian and UK Business Schools

A unique and exclusive opportunity to network with 60 colleagues from Australia, Canadian and UK Business Schools, in association with Emerald Publishing Group.

The Association of Business Schools' Annual Women Leaders' Lunch

The ABS' Fourth Annual Women Leaders' Lunch to be held at ESCP Berlin, 20th June 2014

Prof. Angus Laing Chairman of ABS discusses strategy and membership

ABS Chairman discusses new strategy and membership.

Is It Possible to Balance Student Demands with Business Needs?

The ABS has today launched its second policy report: Is It Possible to Balance Student Demands with Business Needs?

Latest News

FNEGE Day, Aix-Marseille - 22nd May 2014

FNEGE will be holding the FNEGE Day on 22nd May 2014, at the Palais du Pharo, in Marseille. It will be a unique opportunity to bring together all the participants of the different events organized during the International Symposium of Management.
22/04/2014 | more...

Management change at the Association of Business Schools

Dr. Paul Marshall will be leaving the ABS, where he is CEO, to take up a senior leadership role with Universities Partnership Programme (UPP). 
26/03/2014 | more...

Budget 2014 - Key Points for Higher Education & Business

A breakdown of the key points from the Budget 2014 and implications for Business, Higher Education and Skills
20/03/2014 | more...

Business Schools Welcome Government Response to Witty Review

The Association of Business Schools welcomes the Government’s response to Sir Andrew Witty’s review into Universities and Growth. The review, which addressed how higher education institutions can improve their links with industry, concluded that schemes such as the ABS’ Small Business Charter will be central to driving economic growth.
14/03/2014 | more...