The University of Liège’s campuses are conveniently located close to major European centers, distributed across three Francophone cities in Belgium. It comprises four campuses, each with unique features: the city center of Liège, Liège Sart Tilman, Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech, and the Arlon Campus Environment. The university boasts over 20,000 students and 4,000 academic and staff members. It is recognized by Taiwan’s Ministry of Education and accredited by several renowned European educational institutions.
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University Accreditation and Membership
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of BusinessFounded in 1916, AACSB is one of the three major global business school accreditation bodies. Its mission is to elevate the status of management schools within universities and to promote global accreditation standards for management education. Currently, more than 450 institutions worldwide, including 26 in Taiwan, have received AACSB accreditation.
Academy for Quality Assurance in Higher EducationAEQES is an independent quality assurance agency responsible for assessing and accrediting higher education institutions.
Business School Impact SystemBSIS, co-founded by EFMD and FNEGE, assesses the tangible and intangible value that a business school contributes to its local environment. It focuses on societal impact, evaluating contributions to corporate social responsibility, environmental management, and the promotion of diversity.
Conférence des Grandes ÉcolesThe CGE is an alliance of leading French engineering, business, and management schools, recognized nationally. Its goal is to foster cooperation among member schools, improve teaching and research standards, and provide students with more international exchange and career development opportunities. CGE's members include France's top business schools like HEC Paris, ESSEC, and ESCP. HEC Liège is the only institution outside of France to receive CGE accreditation.
EFMD Programme Accreditation SystemAlso developed by EFMD, EPAS evaluates the quality and international orientation of business and management programs at various levels. It is known for its rigorous and detailed assessment style and is recognized globally for its commitment to excellence.
European Quality Improvement SystemEQUIS is one of two international quality accreditation systems developed by EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development), with a focus on European management education and global standards. Known for its authoritative and comprehensive review process, EQUIS accreditation signifies a business school's strength in internationalization and corporate collaboration.
Global Research Alliance for Sustainable Finance and InvestmentFounded in 2017, GRASFI aims to advance rigorous and impactful academic research on sustainable finance and investment. Its members include research universities worldwide, promoting the field of sustainable finance and investment through collaboration and knowledge sharing.
Principles for Responsible Management EducationSupported by the United Nations and established in 2007, PRME focuses on enhancing sustainable development through six principles aimed at serving society and protecting the planet. PRME collaborates with business schools to ensure they equip future leaders with the skills needed to balance economic, environmental, and social goals and to raise awareness of sustainable development goals (SDGs).
Quality and Professional Audit SystemQfor is an objective and reliable accreditation body for global business schools, focusing on the quality of institutional services. It functions like a synthesis of customer satisfaction research.
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