Aware of the importance of exchanging ideas and co-creating projects at an international scale, The Canary Islands Business School has taken the step forward to join the most prestigious institution in business education in the African continent.
The African Association of Business Schools was established in 2005 with the vision of becoming the leading network of quality business education in Africa focusing on relevance, impact, and sustainability.
By joining the Association, Canary Islands Business School joins a network of over 70 educational institutions focused on business from every part of the continent, allowing the free exchange of ideas, best practices, as well as new topics in business that will allow to cooperate among each other.
The Canary Islands Business School is already a long time member of EFMD, the leading network of business schools at a global level, with over 900 business schools. By joining the African Association of Business Schools, Canary Islands Business Schools hopes to use its strategic position, that is, being European business school geographycally located in Africa. Our goal is to create a bridge between European and African business schools that will increase the exchange of knowledge as well as the co-creation of research projects.
Business education is key in adressing the most important challenges of the world today, such as climate change, social equality, and the development of best practices in entrepreneurship.
Canary Islands Business Schools aspires to collaborate in improving the business education framework, training today´s professionals and future leaders.