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Bochum awarded NIBS Accreditation

The Department of Business & Management of the Bochum University of Applied Sciences has been awarded NIBS international accreditation, after successfully completing all requirements of the process earlier this spring. The designation was formally announced during a ceremony at this week’s Annual Conference at Leeds Beckett University in Leeds, United Kingdom. In addition, four NIBS member universities were formally […]

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Carleton Repeats as Case Champion

Call it two in a row for Carleton University. The team from Canada’s capital was the winner of the 22nd edition of the NIBS Worldwide Case Competition, held last week at Satakunta University of Applied Sciences in Rauma, Finland. Montreal’s Concordia University, Carleton’s opponent in the championship final, earned the silver medal. The winning team consisted of Chongo Bwalya, Carlos Cantafio, Jacqueline De […]

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London South Bank University Completes NIBS Reaccreditation Process

The School of Business at the UK’s London South Bank University (LSBU) completed the NIBS reaccreditation process last week, joining the ranks of members who have renewed their commitment to internationalisation and continuous improvement. After completing an extensive self-evaluation of all aspects of the school’s international activities, senior staff welcomed the NIBS delegation to LSBU’s Southwark campus to review the evolution […]

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FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2017 CASE COMPETITION

The finalists for the 2017 NIBS Worldwide Case Competition were announced today by host school Satakunta University of Applied Sciences.  The 16 teams are the top finishers in a qualifying round held in November. They now advance to Championship Week in Rauma, Finland in February. The successful teams are, in alphabetical order: Bishop’s University (Canada) Carleton University (Canada) Concordia […]

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25th Annual NIBS Worldwide Case Competition

World-class teams. International focus. Transformative experience.