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The Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA) is a recognised accreditation body in all German-speaking countries, FIBAA was founded in 2002 to accredit schools of business.

It defines and represents the common interests of the founders and decides on the economic and strategic baselines of FIBAA's work. The FIBAA Foundation Council assures that FIBAA's mission is well established in society and its institutions and promotes FIBAA's overall values of transparency, quality and internationality in the field of higher education.

We are proud to announce that Bachelor and Master’s programmes at International Business School (IBS), most of which are delivered in collaboration with The University of Buckingham, have been accredited by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation. FIBAA is an internationally oriented German agency for quality assurance and quality development in higher education. FIBAA bases its work on national and international requirements and standards. Particular attention is given to the European Standards and Guidelines (ESG) as well as to the promotion of practical relevance and employability.

By the accreditation of these programmes, IBS has become the first higher education institution in Hungary to hold FIBAA accreditations.

Following the strict evaluation process, the listed programmes have been accredited and have been awarded the FIBAA quality seal:

  • Business Administration and Management (Bachelor)
  • Business and Diplomatic Studies (B.Sc.)
  • Business Management (B.Sc.)
  • Corporate Finance (B.Sc.)
  • International Business Economics (Bachelor)
  • Strategic Finance (M.Sc.)
  • Strategic Human Resource Management (M.Sc.)
  • Strategic International Management (M.Sc.)
  • Strategic Marketing Management (M.Sc.)
  • Data-Driven Management (MBA)

International Business School has thus become the only higher education institution in the world to hold triple accreditation from British, German, and Hungarian quality assurance organizations.