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ABS Announces Three New Members
The ABS is delighted to announce that Cornwall Business School, Falmouth University, Hobsons and Murdoch Business School have joined as members. Cornwall Business School joins as a full member, whilst Murdoch Business School joins as an international member and Hobsons as a corporate member.
The ABS has recently undergone a full strategic review and as part of this process new membership categories are being offered to extend the Association’s reach into business and around the globe.
Cornwall Business School, Hobsons and Murdoch Business School all have distinct interests in the field of business and management education within Higher Education and this announcement will cement existing relationships and ensure strategies are aligned going forwards.
Dr Maria Jemicz, MBA Director at Cornwall Business School, said:
"As the first University in Cornwall, at University College Falmouth, we are looking forward to working together to develop our Business School with the Association of Business Schools".
Kenny Nicholl Commercial Director at Hobsons concurred:
“I’ve been really impressed with the thought leadership shown by the ABS during this past year.
I am delighted to extend our partnership, through corporate membership and I look forward to working with the Association over a year that will demand innovation and collaboration from across the higher education sector.”
Professor Peter McKiernan, Dean of Murdoch Business School, agreed:
"At Murdoch, we are delighted to join the ABS international family. Over the past decade, ABS has led the way in representing traditional business schools in the UK and Europe. Its international impact is being felt in the Asia Pacific region and we are privileged to be amongst the first Australian international members”