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BUSINESS SCHOOL DATA TRENDS 2013

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FOREWORD
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CONTENTS
1 About AACSB International pg. 6

2 AACSB International Membership

pg.8

3 Business Degree Programs

pg. 17

4 Degrees Conferred in Business & Management

pg. 22

5 Enrollment

pg. 24

6 Business School Faculty

pg. 30

7 Administrative Personnel

pg. 37

8 Finances

pg. 41

9 Collaborations

pg. 43

10 AACSB International Resources

pg. 45

ABOUT AACSB INTERNATIONAL
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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
AACSB MEMBERS BY COUNTRY (FEBRUARY 2013)
Afghanistan Argentina Australia Austria Bahrain Belgium Bolivia Bosnia & Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile China (mainland) Chinese Taipei Colombia Costa Rica Côte d’Ivoire Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Guam - U.S. Honduras Hong Kong - China Hungary India Indonesia Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Kazakhstan Kuwait Source: AACSB International 1 3 27 4 2 4 1 1 14 1 36 8 44 30 8 1 2 2 2 1 3 2 2 1 6 50 18 3 1 1 8 1 35 16 4 5 2 4 1 6 3 4 Latvia Lebanon Liechtenstein Macau - China Malaysia Mexico Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Northern Cyprus Norway Pakistan Panama Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico - U.S. Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Tunisia Turkey United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Venezuela Vietnam TOTAL 2 5 1 2 11 11 3 6 8 1 1 1 8 1 1 9 3 4 5 4 1 2 5 9 3 1 3 7 24 19 6 14 13 1 5 10 50 655 3 1 4 1,290

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
AACSB MEMBERSHIP BY TYPE (FEBRUARY 2013)
EDUCATIONAL MEMBERS U.S. Global (Excluding U.S.) TOTAL EDUCATIONAL NUMBER 660 630 1,290 PERCENT OF TOTAL 52.2 48.8 -

NON-EDUCATIONAL MEMBERS Business Members Management Associations TOTAL NON-EDUCATIONAL TOTAL AACSB MEMBERS Source: AACSB International

NUMBER 41 7 48 1,338

PERCENT OF TOTAL 85.4 14.6 -

AACSB ACCREDITED MEMBERSHIP (FEBRUARY 2013)
BY LOCATION U.S. Global (Excluding U.S.) TOTAL NUMBER 494 173 667 PERCENT OF TOTAL 74.0 26.0 -

BY PROGRAM LEVELS OFFERED Undergraduate Only Master’s Only Undergraduate and Master’s Undergraduate, Master’s & Doctoral Master’s and Doctoral

NUMBER 54 28 333 216 36

PERCENT OF TOTAL 8.1 4.2 49.9 32.4 5.4

ACCOUNTING ACCREDITATION U.S. Global (Excluding U.S.) TOTAL Source: AACSB International

NUMBER 168 10 178

PERCENT OF TOTAL 94.4 5.6 -

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
EDUCATIONAL MEMBERS BY LOCATION – AACSB INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS (FEBRUARY 2013)
REGION Eastern Africa Middle Africa Northern Africa Southern Africa Western Africa Caribbean Central America South America Northern America Central Asia Eastern Asia Southern Asia Southeastern Asia Western Asia - Middle East Western Asia - Near East Eastern Europe Western Europe Oceania TOTAL Source: AACSB International NUMBER 0 0 6 7 3 5 14 50 691 3 114 44 50 37 8 15 207 36 1,290 PERCENT 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.2 0.4 1.1 3.9 53.6 0.2 8.8 3.4 3.9 2.9 0.6 1.2 16.0 2.8 -

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
ACCREDITED MEMBER SCHOOLS BY LOCATION – AACSB INTERNATIONAL REGIONAL CLASSIFICATIONS (FEBRUARY 2013)
REGION Eastern Africa Middle Africa Northern Africa Southern Africa Western Africa Caribbean Central America South America Northern America Central Asia Eastern Asia Southern Asia South-Eastern Asia Western Asia - Middle East Western Asia - Near East Eastern Europe Western Europe Oceania TOTAL Source: AACSB International NUMBER 0 0 1 1 0 1 5 9 512 0 34 2 7 8 3 1 66 17 667 PERCENT 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.7 1.3 76.8 0.0 5.1 0.3 1.0 1.2 0.4 0.1 9.9 2.5 -

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
AACSB MEMBERS BY REGION

3%

16% 1% 4%

700

 Northern America Latin America & Caribbean 65  17  Africa  Southern, Southeastern, &
54%

191

Eastern Asia

38
16% 5% 1%

203

 Central and Western Asia  Eastern Europe 40 16  Western Europe Oceania

As of February 2013 Source: AACSB International

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS – ALL MEMBERS** (JANUARY 2013)
NUMBER Public Private Source: AACSB International **derived from UNESCO definitions: Public – controlled and managed by a public education authority or agency (national/federal, state/provincialor local), whatever the origin of its financial resources. Private – controlled and managed by a non-governmental organization (church, trade union or business enterprise), whether or not it receives financial support from public authorities. 734 535 PERCENT 57.8 42.2

TYPE OF COMMUNITY – ALL AACSB MEMBERS (2012)
NUMBER Rural Suburban Urban 102 207 325 PERCENT 16.1 32.6 51.3

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

ACCREDITATIONS HELD BY ALL MEMBERS (DECEMBER 2012)
ACCREDITING BODY AACSB ABEST21 ACBSP AMBA AMDISA-SAQS CEEMAN-IQA ECBE EFMD-EPAS EFMD-EQUIS FIBAA IACBE NUMBER OF MEMBERS 667 2 69 148 10 4 4 33 132 21 24 PERCENT 51.7 0.2 5.3 11.5 0.8 0.3 0.3 2.6 10.2 1.6 1.9

Note: This table does not take into account multiple overlapping accreditations held by the same member. Source: AACSB International.

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ESTIMATED NUMBER OF WORLDWIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OFFERING BUSINESS DEGREES, ANY LEVEL (FEBRUARY 2013)
Afghanistan Åland - Finland Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Argentina Armenia Aruba - Netherlands Australia Austria Azerbaijan Azores - Portugal Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands – U.K. Source: AACSB International 8 1 20 32 1 12 77 27 1 52 32 19 1 7 11 71 2 28 62 2 12 2 30 15 1 376 4 25 7 4 17 5 105 3 2 Central African Republic Chad Chile China (mainland) Chinese Taipei Colombia Comoros Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Curaçao - Netherlands Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France French Guiana - France French Polynesia - France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany 1 7 38 1,082 122 175 2 46 160 18 9 1 18 52 9 12 1 1 18 68 42 24 1 1 10 13 5 38 178 1 1 1 1 24 217

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
ESTIMATED NUMBER OF WORLDWIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OFFERING BUSINESS DEGREES, ANY LEVEL (FEBRUARY 2013)
Ghana Greece Greenland - Denmark Grenada Guadeloupe - France Guam – U.S. Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hong Kong - China Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Isle of Man – U.K. Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jersey – U.K. Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kosovo Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Lao PDR Latvia Lebanon Source: AACSB International 40 27 1 1 1 1 11 7 2 1 10 8 11 35 4 3,902 485 41 24 43 1 26 86 6 223 1 17 92 24 18 6 27 10 25 35 Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau - China Macedonia Madagascar Madeira Islands - Portugal Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Martinique - France Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nepal Netherlands New Caledonia - France New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria North Korea Northern Cyprus 1 6 7 1 26 2 7 11 10 1 6 52 1 7 11 1 2 6 1,000 16 1 38 3 95 6 4 3 4 55 1 25 29 68 5 6

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AACSB INTERNATIONAL MEMBERSHIP 2013
ESTIMATED NUMBER OF WORLDWIDE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS OFFERING BUSINESS DEGREES, ANY LEVEL (FEBRUARY 2013)
Norway Oman Pakistan Palestine Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico – U.S. Qatar Republic of the Congo Réunion Romania Russia Rwanda Saint Kitts and Nevis Samoa San Marino São Tomé and Principe Saudi Arabia Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Sint Maarten - Netherlands Slovakia Slovenia Somalia South Africa South Korea Source: AACSB International 34 15 99 12 25 10 21 58 1,259 191 36 35 1 2 2 70 586 10 1 2 1 3 33 11 16 2 5 5 1 12 13 17 41 240 South Sudan Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Timor-Leste Togo Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States United States Virgin Islands – U.S. Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe GLOBAL TOTALS 1 80 19 8 2 2 25 40 16 13 17 108 5 5 2 29 113 5 22 145 24 134 1,617 1 7 26 1 2 26 39 12 7 11 15,673

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS
DEGREE PROGRAM LEVELS OFFERED BY AACSB MEMBERS (2011-2012)
Table shows the number of schools offering at least one program in each category.

DEGREE PROGRAM LEVELS Undergraduate-Level Certificate Undergraduate Degree Graduate-Level Certificate General Integrated Master’s Degree General Master’s Degree (MBA) Specialized Master’s Degree Doctoral Degree NUMBER OF SCHOOLS REPORTING

U.S. 21 493 48 22 463 320 133 510

GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 11 164 27 10 194 156 133 202

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS OFFERED WORLDWIDE BY FIELD/DISCIPLINE AND LEVEL, PERCENT (2011-2012)
Table shows percent of reporting schools offering at least one degree program in each field/discipline.

FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting Behavioral Science/Organizational Behavior Business Communication Business Education Business Ethics Business Law/Legal Environment Computer Information Systems (CIS)/Management Information Systems (MIS) E-business (including e-commerce) Economics/Managerial Economics Entrepreneurship/Small Business Administration Finance (includes banking) General Business Health Services/Hospital Administration Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Human Resource Management (includes personnel and industry/labor relations) Insurance International Business Management Marketing Operations Research Production/Operations Management Public Administration Quantitative Methods Real Estate Statistics Strategic Management Supply Chain Management/Transportation/Logistics Taxation Other NUMBER OF SCHOOLS REPORTING Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

BACHELOR’S MBA 75.9 1.1 1.1 3.4 0.2 4.6 45.7 2.9 42.4 20.9 68.1 51.8 2.6 7.0 22.3 7.0 39.9 65.2 67.8 0.9 12.7 0.8 1.4 9.0 1.8 1.1 13.4 0.3 26.2 656 14.7 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.9 2.0 13.9 2.0 4.0 10.1 22.4 70.1 10.0 1.5 7.4 0.6 19.8 34.3 17.9 0.6 4.9 1.7 0.9 3.5 0.3 6.0 5.2 1.7 17.6 653

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS
PROGRAMS OFFERED WORLDWIDE BY FIELD/DISCIPLINE AND LEVEL, PERCENT (2011-2012)
Table shows percent of reporting schools offering at least one degree program in each field/discipline.

FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting Behavioral Science/Organizational Behavior Business Communication Business Education Business Ethics Business Law/Legal Environment Computer Information Systems (CIS)/Management Information Systems (MIS) E-business (including e-commerce) Economics/Managerial Economics Entrepreneurship/Small Business Administration Finance (includes banking) General Business Health Services/Hospital Administration Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Human Resource Management (includes personnel and industry/labor relations) Insurance International Business Management Marketing Operations Research Production/Operations Management Public Administration Quantitative Methods Real Estate Statistics Strategic Management Supply Chain Management/Transportation/Logistics Taxation Other NUMBER OF SCHOOLS REPORTING Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

SPECIALIZED MASTER’S 66.3 3.0 1.7 1.5 0.6 1.5 24.2 2.1 16.7 5.5 39.6 10.2 6.4 1.9 14.6 1.7 15.7 23.1 21.4 1.7 5.1 3.4 2.8 6.4 2.8 2.3 10.2 13.1 27.5 472

DOCTORAL 32.1 12.1 0.0 0.0 0.8 0.0 26.0 0.4 19.2 1.9 37.0 25.3 0.0 2.6 4.2 2.6 8.7 40.0 31.3 4.9 13.6 1.1 3.0 1.9 3.4 9.8 5.7 0.4 17.4 265

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS
DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED BY WORLD REGION, REPORTED BY AACSB MEMBERS (2011-2012)
Asia # of programs = 829
7.5% 16.2%

Canada # of programs = 472
3.4%

9.5% 31.2% 54.2% 32.9%

 Undergraduate
or Bachelor’s

45.1%

 Master’s  Doctoral  Other

Europe # of programs = 1,786
2.4% 8.5% 34.6%

Middle East # of programs = 133
1.5% 7.5%

 Undergraduate
or Bachelor’s

30.1% 60.9% 54.5%

 Master’s  Doctoral  Other

Oceania # of programs = 704

Central & South America # of programs = 209
4.3% 10.0% 29.7%

17.1% 5.9%

23.3%

 Undergraduate
or Bachelor’s

53.7%

56.0%

 Master’s  Doctoral  Other

United States # of programs = 9,799
2.5% 6.6%

Africa # of programs = 7

14.2%

 Undergraduate
or Bachelor’s
42.9%

49.4% 41.5% 42.9%

 Master’s  Doctoral  Other

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS
ESTIMATED PROPORTION OF SCHOOLS OFFERING BUSINESS DEGREE PROGRAMS BY WORLD REGION (2011–2012)
1% 8% 7% 4% 11%

700
14%

 Northern America Latin America & Caribbean 65  17  Africa  Southern, Southeastern, &


191

Eastern Asia

38
50%

203

5%

 Central and Western Asia  Eastern Europe 40 16  Western Europe Oceania

As of February 2013 Source: AACSB International

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DEGREES CONFERRED IN BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT
WORLDWIDE UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES (AACSB MEMBERS) 2011–2012
COUNTRY Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Canada Chile China Chinese Taipei Colombia Denmark Finland France Germany Hungary Indonesia Ireland Israel Japan Kazakhstan South Korea Kuwait Lebanon # OF SCHOOLS REPORTING 1 10 1 1 3 24 1 13 7 3 2 1 12 7 1 1 3 1 2 1 7 2 3 TOTAL DEGREES 70 18,129 228 324 1,090 10,917 469 6,142 2,575 535 2,430 393 1,524 2,076 799 586 2,852 259 1,251 133 1,942 863 1,599 COUNTRY Macedonia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Portugal Puerto Rico U.S. Qatar Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay # OF SCHOOLS REPORTING 1 3 2 5 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 4 2 3 4 19 500 1 TOTAL DEGREES 143 1,395 1,511 4,081 223 341 233 51 840 1,594 2,213 1,113 210 275 1,279 297 536 1,063 15,937 203,770 122

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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DEGREES CONFERRED IN BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT
DEGREES CONFERRED BY LEVEL AND GENDER 2008-09 TO 2011-12 – ALL SCHOOLS
UNITED STATES Year UNDERGRADUATE 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Male 56.4% 56.5% 56.7% 57.1% Female 43.6% 43.5% 43.3% 42.9% GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) Male 49.9% 49.3% 49.3% 49.2% Female 50.1% 50.7% 50.7% 50.8%

MASTERS' GENERALIST

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

63.7% 63.4% 63.8% 64.1%

36.3% 36.6% 36.2% 35.9%

65.5% 63.9% 63.4% 61.2%

34.5% 36.1% 36.6% 38.8%

SPECIALIZED MASTERS

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

52.7% 52.8% 52.4% 53.5%

47.3% 47.2% 47.6% 46.5%

53.4% 52.7% 50.8% 51.1%

46.6% 47.3% 49.2% 48.9%

DOCTORATE

2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

63.3% 65.4% 62.5% 61.7%

36.7% 34.6% 37.5% 38.3%

66.8% 63.5% 62.3% 61.7%

33.2% 36.5% 37.7% 38.3%

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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ENROLLMENT
UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE ENROLLMENT AND PERCENTAGES (2011–2012)
U.S. Total Enrollment # of Schools Reporting 822,791 491 PERCENT 67.2 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 402,489 159 PERCENT 32.8 -

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT PERCENT BY PROGRAM TYPE (2011–2012)
Undergraduate Enrollment Percent by Program Type Undergraduate Enrollment Percent by Program Type



 Full-Time  Part-Time
14.4%



 Full-Time  Part-Time
21.3%

U.S.
85.6%

Global (Excluding U.S.)

78.7%

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT PERCENT BY GENDER (2011–2012)
GENDER Male Female U.S. 58.9 41.1 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 50.5 49.5

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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ENROLLMENT
UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT PERCENT BY CITIZENSHIP – U.S. 2011–2012
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Visas Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 93.0 7.0

UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OR BIRTHPLACE – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 2011–2012
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Visas Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 76.5 23.5

MBA DEGREE ENROLLMENT AND PERCENTAGES (2011–2012)
US Total Enrollment # of Schools Reporting 156,400 449 PERCENT 58.7 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 110,002 187 PERCENT 41.3 -

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

SPECIALIZED MASTER’S DEGREE ENROLLMENT AND PERCENTAGES (2011–2012)
US Total Enrollment # of Schools Reporting 64,066 310 PERCENT 40.8 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 93,038 147 PERCENT 59.2 -

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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ENROLLMENT
MBA ENROLLMENT, PERCENT BY PROGRAM TYPE (2011–2012)
PROGRAM TYPE Full-Time Traditional Two Year Full-Time Accelerated Full-Time Distance Learning Full-Time Other Part-Time Evenings and Weekends Part-Time Off Campus Part-Time Distance Learning Part-Time Other Traditional Executive Education Other Executive Education U.S. 23.6 3.6 1.8 4.0 39.9 3.7 7.8 7.2 6.6 1.8 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 20.1 4.9 0.1 24.2 16.8 4.6 6.7 3.6 17.0 2.0

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

MBA AND SPECIALIZED MASTER’S DEGREE ENROLLMENT, PERCENT BY FULL-TIME AND PART-TIME STATUS (2011–2012)
PROGRAM LEVEL MBA Full-Time Part-Time Specialized Master’s Full-Time Part-Time U.S. 44.6 55.4 57.1 42.9 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 63.5 36.5 74.7 25.3

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

MBA AND SPECIALIZED MASTER’S ENROLLMENT BY GENDER (2011–2012)
U.S. MBA Male Female Specialized Master’s Male Female 64.1 35.9 51.4 48.6 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 59.8 40.2 50.3 49.7

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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ENROLLMENT
MBA ENROLLMENT BY CITIZENSHIP – U.S. (2011–2012)
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Visas Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 86.7 13.3

MBA ENROLLMENT BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OR BIRTHPLACE – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 2011–2012
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Residents Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 74.1 25.9

DOCTORAL DEGREE PROGRAM ENROLLMENT (2011–2012)
U.S. Total Enrollment # of Schools Reporting 7,314 128 PERCENT 35.0 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 13,563 131 PERCENT 65.0 -

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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ENROLLMENT
DOCTORAL ENROLLMENT, PERCENT BY PROGRAM TYPE (2011–2012)
Doctoral Enrollment, Percent by Program Type Doctoral Enrollment Percent by Program Type




 Full-Time  Part-Time
Program Level
8.0%




 Full-Time  Part-Time
Program Level
25.6%

U.S.
92.0%

Global (Excluding U.S.)

74.4%

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

DOCTORAL ENROLLMENT, PERCENT BY GENDER (2011–2012)
GENDER Male Female U.S. 61.6 38.4 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 59.4 40.6

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

DOCTORAL ENROLLMENT, PERCENT BY CITIZENSHIP – U.S. (2011–2012)
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Residents Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 55.5 44.5

DOCTORAL ENROLLMENT BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN OR BIRTHPLACE – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 2011–2012
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Residents Residents without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 61.4 38.6

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ENROLLMENT
FOREIGN STUDENTS STUDYING IN THE U.S., PERCENT BY FIELD/DISCIPLINE (2011–2012)
Agriculture Business and Management Education Engineering Fine and Applied Arts Health Professions Humanities Intensive English Language Mathematics and Computer Sciences Physical and Life Sciences Social Sciences Undeclared Other 1.3 21.8 2.2 18.5 5.5 3.9 2.1 5.1 9.3 8.6 8.7 2.9 10.1

Source: Institute of International Education (2012). “International Students by Field of Study, 2010/112011/12.” Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.

U.S. STUDENTS STUDYING ABROAD, PERCENT BY FIELD/DISCIPLINE (2010–2011)
Agriculture Business & Management Education Engineering Fine & Applied Arts Foreign Languages Health Professions Humanities Mathematics & Computer Sciences Physical or Life Sciences Social Sciences Undeclared Other 1.3 20.5 4.2 3.5 8.2 5.6 5.3 11.3 1.8 7.9 22.9 2.7 4.8

Source: Institute of International Education (2012). “Fields of Study of U.S. Study Abroad Students, 2000/012010/11.” Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange.

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BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY
FULL-TIME PARTICIPATING AND SUPPORTING FACULTY (2011-2012)
SCHOOL, LOCATION, AND TYPE Global (Excluding U.S.) U.S. Public Accredited Public Non-Accredited Public (All) Private Accredited Private Non-Accredited Private (All) Accredited (All) Non-Accredited (All) AVERAGE NUMBER PARTICIPATING 101 60 64 38 62 58 34 55 63 36 AVERAGE NUMBER SUPPORTING 50 23 22 31 22 27 26 27 23 29 NUMBER OF SCHOOLS REPORTING 196 510 322 28 350 139 21 160 461 49

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

PERCENT OF FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY BY GENDER AND RANK ALL MEMBERS (2012-2013)
RANK Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor New Doctorate ABD* All MALE 81.2 69.3 62.7 60.0 57.1 50.0 69.9 FEMALE 18.8 30.7 37.3 40.0 42.9 50.0 30.1

*Completed “all but dissertation” requirement of doctoral program. Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013

PERCENT OF AQ/PQ FACULTY BY RANK - ALL SCHOOLS (2012-2013)
RANK Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Instructor ACADEMICALLY QUALIFIED 93.1 89.7 90.3 31.2 PROFESSIONALLY QUALIFIED 3.4 5.1 6.1 61.0 NEITHER 2.2 3.9 1.8 6.0 UNKNOWN 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8

Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013

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BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY
PERCENT OF FACULTY POSITIONS WITHIN U.S. BUSINESS SCHOOLS (2011-2012)
2.7% 14.8% 21.5%

22.5%

55.9%

Full-Time Non-Tenured Track Full-Time Non-Tenured Tenure Track Full-Time Tenured FTE of Part-Time Faculty (no GTAs) FTE of GTAs

Based on 2011-2012 AACSB Business School Questionnaire

PERCENT OF FACULTY POSITIONS WITHIN GLOBAL BUSINESS SCHOOLS (EXCLUDING U.S.) 2011-2012
3.4% 15.8% 17%

31.8%

67.2%

Full-Time Non-Tenured Track Full-Time Non-Tenured Tenure Track Full-Time Tenured FTE of Part-Time Faculty (no GTAs) FTE of GTAs

Based on 2011-2012 AACSB Business School Questionnaire

AVERAGE OPERATING BUDGET PER FULL-TIME FACULTY MEMBER (IN USD) – U.S.
350,000.00 300,000.00 250,000.00 200,000.00 150,000.00 100,000.00 50,000.00 0.00
2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

Based on 2011-12 AACSB Business School Questionnaire

AVERAGE OPERATING BUDGET PER FULL-TIME FACULTY MEMBER (IN USD) – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.)
500,000.00 400,000.00 300,000.00 200,000.00 100,000.00 0.00

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

Based on 2011-12 AACSB Business School Questionnaire

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FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY BY DISCIPLINE – ALL MEMBERS (2012-2013)
DISCIPLINE Accounting Behavioral Science/Organizational Behavior Business Communication Business Education Business Ethics Business Law/Legal Environment Computer Information Systems (CIS)/Management Information Systems (MIS) E-Business (including e-commerce) Economics/Managerial Economics Entrepreneurship/Small Business Administration Finance (includes banking) General Business Health Services/Hospital Administration Hotel/Restaurant/Tourism Human Resource Management (includes personnel and industry/labor relations) Insurance International Business Management Marketing Operations Research Production/Operations Management Public Administration Quantitative Methods Real Estate Statistics Strategic Management Supply Chain Management/Transportation/Logistics Taxation Other Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 NUMBER 5,246 1,003 445 65 167 863 2,647 82 3,030 602 4,414 176 111 215 685 146 438 3,169 4,155 233 1,166 113 429 172 374 1,088 488 174 288 PERCENT 16.3% 3.1% 1.4% 0.2% 0.5% 2.7% 8.2% 0.3% 9.4% 1.9% 13.7% 0.5% 0.3% 0.7% 2.1% 0.5% 1.4% 9.9% 12.9% 0.7% 3.6% 0.4% 1.3% 0.5% 1.2% 3.4% 1.4% 0.5% 0.9%

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BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY
PERCENT FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY BY CITIZENSHIP – U.S. (2011-2012)
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Visas Non-U.S. Citizens Without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 94.8 5.2

PERCENT FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY BY CITIZENSHIP – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 2011-2012
CITIZENSHIP Citizens or Permanent Visas Residents Without Permanent Visas Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 69.2 30.8

FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY BY RACE/ETHNICITY – U.S. (2011-2012)
RACE/ETHNICITY American Indian or Alaskan Native Asian or Pacific Islander Black, Non-Hispanic Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Race/Ethnicity Unknown Not Reported Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012 PERCENT 0.3 14.3 3.7 2.0 72.4 1.7 5.6

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BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY
AVERAGE FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY SALARIES: PROFESSOR (2012-2013)
U.S. SCHOOLS (USD IN THOUSANDS) FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting/Taxation CIS/MIS Economics/Managerial Economics Finance/Banking/Real Estate/Insurance All 147.9 138.9 131.6 171.7 New Hires 158.9 188.6 212.2 170.6 190.2 124.1 189.6 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (USD IN THOUSANDS) All 132.5 116.5 111.3 140.7 104.3 130.1 145.8 116.4 127.8 New Hires 133.1 153.9 136.8 131.1 117.7 77.8 131.5

Management/Behavioral Science/ 146.8 International Business/Strategic Management Marketing Production/Operations Management Quantitative Methods/Operations Research/Statistics Combined (includes all disciplines, including those not named above) Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 150.4 145.2 145.8 132.8

AVERAGE FULL-TIME FACULTY SALARIES: ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR (2012-2013)
U.S. SCHOOLS (USD IN THOUSANDS) FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting/Taxation CIS/MIS Economics/Managerial Economics Finance/Banking/Real Estate/Insurance Management/Behavioral Science/ International Business/Strategic Management Marketing Production/Operations Management Quantitative Methods/Operations Research/Statistics Combined (includes all disciplines, including those not named above) Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 All 125.9 115.2 97.7 136.5 116.1 118.5 122.4 108.3 106.5 New Hires 150.5 131.0 110.1 147.6 122.8 149.9 107.2 140.0 110.8 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (USD IN THOUSANDS) All 117.9 99.6 68.4 110.8 85.7 107.4 110.6 81.5 98.8 New Hires 160.5 105.8 103.8 92.8 59.0 109.2 75.8 93.3

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BUSINESS SCHOOL FACULTY
AVERAGE FULL-TIME FACULTY SALARIES: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (2012-2013)
U.S. SCHOOLS (USD IN THOUSANDS) FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting/Taxation CIS/MIS Economics/Managerial Economics Finance/Banking/Real Estate/Insurance Management/Behavioral Science/ International Business/Strategic Management Marketing Production/Operations Management Quantitative Methods/Operations Research/Statistics Combined (includes all disciplines, including those not named above) Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 All 131.6 103.4 94.0 139.9 109.7 114.7 121.1 105.2 97.9 New Hires 134.9 109.6 91.0 141.5 111.1 113.7 121.3 108.0 102.7 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (USD IN THOUSANDS) All 96.4 87.2 69.8 97.1 67.4 85.6 92.2 76.3 86.1 New Hires 94.7 82.1 81.5 101.9 71.2 88.2 99.0 98.9 87.5

AVERAGE FULL-TIME BUSINESS FACULTY SALARIES: INSTRUCTORS (2012-2013)
U.S. SCHOOLS (USD IN THOUSANDS) FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting/Taxation CIS/MIS Economics/Managerial Economics Finance/Banking/Real Estate/Insurance Management/Behavioral Science/ International Business/Strategic Management Marketing Production/Operations Management Quantitative Methods/Operations Research/Statistics Combined (includes all disciplines, including those not named above) Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 All 71.8 67.6 63.4 81.8 71.7 69.0 75.0 64.0 68.4 New Hires 72.5 68.2 64.1 79.9 69.4 67.8 68.0 65.9 63.7 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (USD IN THOUSANDS) All 77.3 78.6 41.4 77.9 65.7 63.7 80.9 65.6 70.0 New Hires 73.2 63.3 50.2 63.5 50.7 62.7 61.7

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PERCENT NET PLANNED GROWTH IN NUMBER OF FULL-TIME DOCTORAL POSITIONS BY DISCIPLINE (2012-2013)
FIELD/DISCIPLINE Accounting Behavioral Science Business Communications Business Education Business Ethics Business Law CIS/MIS E-Business Economics Finance General Business HR Management Health/Hospital Management Hotel/Restaurant Insurance International Business Logistics Management Marketing Operations Management Operations Research Public Administration Quantitative Methods Real Estate Small Business Statistics Strategic Management Taxation All Others Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 U.S. 20.4 3.4 1.1 0.0 0.6 2.0 5.6 0.1 6.2 12.8 0.4 1.5 1.1 0.7 0.7 1.7 3.1 9.9 12.1 2.4 0.4 0.3 1.3 1.1 4.0 1.1 4.0 0.7 1.2 GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) 17.1 3.3 2.0 0.0 0.8 1.6 2.9 0.0 8.6 16.3 0.4 4.5 0.4 2.9 0.0 0.8 1.2 9.8 9.0 2.4 0.8 0.0 1.2 0.4 3.7 0.4 4.1 0.0 5.3

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ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL
PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL BY GENDER – U.S. (2012-2013)
POSITION Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean or Director: Development Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology School of Accounting, Director, etc. Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Graduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services/Placement Director of Cooperative Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education Director of Internship MBA/Master’s Admissions Director Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs Small Business Administration Director Director of Communications/Public Relations Executive MBA (EMBA) Director Director of Research Director of Distance Education Major Gifts Officer Director of Business Library Services Other ALL ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 MALE 80.7 66.9 40.8 48.0 33.6 84.4 70.8 31.5 57.6 42.3 48.1 42.2 35.0 35.5 46.4 60.7 30.3 44.3 60.0 38.9 37.3 26.7 42.8 53.3 FEMALE 19.3 33.1 59.2 52.0 66.4 15.6 29.2 68.5 42.4 57.7 51.9 57.8 65.0 64.5 53.6 39.3 69.7 55.7 40.0 61.1 62.7 73.3 57.2 46.7

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ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL
PERCENTAGE OF FULL-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL BY GENDER – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (2012-2013)
POSITION Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean or Director: Development Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology School of Accounting, Director, etc. Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Graduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services/Placement Director of Cooperative Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education Director of Internship MBA/Master’s Admissions Director Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs Small Business Administration Director Director of Communications/Public Relations Executive MBA (EMBA) Director Director of Research Director of Distance Education Major Gifts Officer Director of Business Library Services Other ALL ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013 MALE 91.9 73.4 80.0 75.0 30.8 88.9 33.3 77.4 91.4 80.0 28.6 91.7 20.0 57.1 90.0 33.3 66.7 60.0 50.0 25.0 39.0 56.0 FEMALE 8.1 26.6 20.0 25.0 69.2 11.1 66.7 22.6 8.6 20.0 71.4 8.3 80.0 42.9 10.0 66.7 33.3 40.0 50.0 75.0 61.0 44.0

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ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL
FULL-TIME AVERAGE SALARY BY POSITION – U.S. (2012-2013)
AVERAGE 9 MONTHS (USD IN THOUSANDS) 365.8 196.7 112.3 148.5 126.7 147.8 137.2 148.6 139.6 105.3 57.4 88.1 99 116.2 143.5 121.2 AVERAGE 12 MONTHS (USD IN THOUSANDS) 228.3 169.7 97.8 118.7 108.3 103.5 163.7 209.3 156.0 94.9 115.1 98.3 81.7 127.0 62.1 85.8 117.6 86.7 86.9 115.8 148.2 117.2 91.3 92.8 79.4

POSITION Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean or Director: Development Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology Accounting Department Chair School of Accounting, Director, etc. Academic Department Chair Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Graduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services/Placement Director of Cooperative Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education Director of Internship MBA/Master’s Admissions Director Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs Small Business Administration Director Director of Communications/Public Relations Executive MBA (EMBA) Director Director of Research Director of Distance Education Major Gifts Officer Director of Business Library Services Other Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013

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ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL
FULL-TIME AVERAGE SALARY BY POSITION – GLOBAL (EXCLUDING U.S.) (2012-2013)
AVERAGE 9 MONTHS (USD IN THOUSANDS) 74.0 133.9 84.0 42.7 54.6 70.9 70.8 38.8 58.1 61.5 77.4 79.1 27.2 35.4 AVERAGE 12 MONTHS (USD IN THOUSANDS) 207.0 142.6 100.2 111.8 103.1 88.6 110.8 116.4 113.5 98.2 97.2 95.7 84.2 113.3 54.0 73.6 117.0 98.5 90.6 98.6 142.1 122.8 85.0 90.6 55.5

POSITION Dean Associate Dean Assistant Dean Assistant Dean or Director: Development Assistant Dean or Director: Finance and Administration Assistant Dean or Director: Information Technology Accounting Department Chair School of Accounting, Director, etc. Academic Department Chair Assistant Dean or Director: Undergraduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Graduate Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Career Services/Placement Director of Cooperative Programs Assistant Dean or Director: Executive Education Director of Internship MBA/Master’s Admissions Director Assistant Dean or Director: MBA Programs Small Business Administration Director Director of Communications/Public Relations Executive MBA (EMBA) Director Director of Research Director of Distance Education Major Gifts Officer Director of Business Library Services Other Source: AACSB International Salary Survey 2013

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FINANCES
MEAN OPERATING BUDGET BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION (2011-2012)
60 50
Millions (USD) 43.7 57.0

40 30
22.4

20 10 0

19.0

18.2

5.8

Africa (2) Asia (54) Europe (75) Latin Northern Oceania (16) American and America Caribbean (530) (22)

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

MEAN OPERATING BUDGET BY INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL TYPE (2011-2012)
25 20 15 10 5 0
10.0 23.6 21.6

Millions (USD)



Public (455)

Private Not-For-Profit (228)

Private For-Profit (12)

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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FINANCES
MEAN ENDOWMENT MARKET VALUE BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION (2011-2012)
35 30 25
Millions (USD) 23.9 31.1

20 15 10 5 0
Africa (2) Asia (18) Europe (28) Latin Northern American and America Caribbean (455) (9) Oceania (7) 3.2 8.8 7 .8 14.2

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

MEAN PERCENTAGES OF THE USES OF OPERATING FUNDS BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION (2011-2012)
100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%
Asia (41) Europe (59) Northern America (492) 57 .9% 61.9% 84.2% 42.1% 38.1% 15.8%

 Salary Uses

 Non-Salary Uses

Source: AACSB International Business School Questionnaire 2012

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COLLABORATIONS
COLLABORATIONS BY BUSINESS UNIT TYPE – WORLDWIDE (2012)
TOTAL BUSINESS SCHOOLS NAMED AS PARTNERS 48 637 937 194 446 53 2,315 NONBUSINESS ACADEMIC UNITS NAMED AS PARTNERS 1 16 41 1 25 1 85

REGION

REPORTING SCHOOLS

REPORTING SCHOOLS NAMED AS PARTNERS 1 38 66 16 128 12 261

NONSCHOOLS NAMED AS PARTNERS 1 15 9 3 4 1 33

Africa Asia Europe Latin America and Caribbean Northern America Oceania TOTAL WORLD

1 42 73 18 193 13 340

Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey 2011-2012

DESIRED AND EXISTING COLLABORATIONS BY REGION (2012)
Asian Reporting Schools: Desired Collaborations
7% 2% 9% 21%
# in Africa # in Asia

Asian Reporting Schools: Existing Partnerships
5% 0.5% 26% 31%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean # in North America # in Oceana

34%

22%


# In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean* # in North America* # in Oceana # with No Regional Preference

36% 2%

5%

European Reporting Schools: Desired Collaborations
9% 6% 4% 17%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe

European Reporting Schools: Existing Partnerships
4% 2% 9% 14% 18%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean # in North America # in Oceana

28%

21%

# in Latin America & Caribbean* # in North America* # in Oceana # with No Regional

53%

15%

Preference

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COLLABORATIONS
DESIRED AND EXISTING COLLABORATIONS BY REGION (2012)
Latin American & Carribean Reporting Schools: Desired Collaborations
5% 30% 22% 6%


Latin American & Carribean Reporting Schools: Existing Partnerships
3% 1% 5%
# in Africa # in Asia

6%

4%

27%

# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean* # in North America* # in Oceana # with No Regional Preference

29% 47%


# In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean # in North America # in Oceana

15%

Northern American Reporting Schools: Desired Collaborations
3% 5% 15% 26%


Northern American Reporting Schools: Existing Partnerships
8% 9% 5% 1% 31%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America

8%

5%

39%

# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America & Caribbean* # in North America* # in Oceana # with No Regional Preference

46%



& Caribbean # in North America # in Oceana

Oceanian Reporting Schools: Desired Collaborations
10% 10% 50%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe

Oceanian Reporting Schools: Existing Partnerships
15% 7% 1.2% 1% 31%
# in Africa # in Asia # In Europe # in Latin America

30%

# in Latin America & Caribbean* # in North America* # in Oceana # with No Regional Preference

45%



& Caribbean # in North America # in Oceana

*Note: Desired collaborations reported in “The Americas-unspecified” are included in the totals of both Latin America & Caribbean and Northern America, as they could apply to either. Source: AACSB International Collaborations Survey 2011-2012

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