Ranked # 3 in Switzerland
Business School Lausanne ranks #3 in Switzerland and among the Top 30 business schools in Europe in the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report 2014-15. The rating provides a detailed overview of the world’s most recognized and valued business schools by employers, based on input provided to QS by over 2,000 employers who actively recruit MBA graduates. With only 65 European schools selected in the Top 200 ranking, BSL is recognized for its quality education and practical learning. Read more.
Ranked # 2 in Western Europe & Switzerland for highest paid MBA graduates
Business School Lausanne ranks #2 in Western Europe and Switzerland in the QS MBA Jobs & Salary Trends Report 2015-16, published in October 2015. With MBA graduates of Class 2014 reporting an average salary of CHF 122’000, Business School Lausanne takes a prominent place in the ranking and confirms Switzerland’s position as a leading study destination. Read more.
Business School Lausanne became the first business school in Europe to have its programs accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) in 1996. ACBSP is a specialized accrediting organization in the United States that reviews the quality and integrity of business degree programs with an emphasis on teaching and learning. The ACBSP accreditation ensures that the BSL degrees are globally recognized and valued.
Business School Lausanne is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACSBSP), an accreditation organization for business education officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The ACBSP accreditation, which covers approximately 2’400 higher education institutions internationally, ensures that BSL degrees are recognized and valued worldwide.
In the United States, the Council of Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is officially entitled to list accredited institutions of higher learning, including Business School Lausanne.
In Europe, each country has set up its own national academic information center (NARIC), which lists officially recognized institutions within a particular country. In Switzerland, the Swiss CRUS (Rectors’ Conference of Swiss Universities, a state‐owned institution) currently lists only Swiss state‐owned universities. Thus, leading private institutions such as IMD (one of the three top business schools worldwide) or Business school Lausanne (ranked among the top 40 business schools in Europe) are not included. It should be noted that both IMD and BSL are listed in the U.S. National Academic Recognition Information Center through CHEA (http://www.chea.org/search/actionProg.asp?seq=86316). Read more.
ISO 9001 certification
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is a standard-setting body that defines processes for quality management systems. Business School Lausanne is granted an ISO 9001 Certification recognized by businesses worldwide as a guarantee of quality. The certification assures that BSL fulfills high quality standards when meeting the needs of its customers (students) and stakeholders.