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Sasin first school in Southeast Asia to receive Business School Impact System designation_8
attached file : Sasin Submission Feb 2020 - BSIS_1.docx

Sasin first school in Southeast Asia to receive Business School Impact System designation

 

Sasin School of Management (of Chulalongkorn University) was recently awarded the Business School Impact System (BSIS) label from the EFMD Global Network. Sasin is the first AAPBS member school and the first business school in Southeast Asia to earn this designation.

 

Launched in 2014, the Business School Impact System goes beyond the numbers. It’s the first comprehensive tool to assess a business school’s real impact on the financial, economic, societal, and image aspects of the local community and environment. The BSIS process helps a school measure the tangible and intangible benefits that it brings to the local community.

 

“Everyone at Sasin is proud that we've been named as a BSIS Impact School,” said Sasin’s Director, Professor Ian Fenwick. “The measure of a good business school, or any learning institution, is the impact it brings to the people and organizations in its community. Going through this process has reinforced for us the importance of what we do on every level - educational, business development, and societal.”

 

Sasin’s Deputy Director of Strategy, Innovation, and Impact, Nick Pisalyaput, noted how this award coincides with Sasin’s purpose: “Sustainability has long been a focus of what we do at Sasin, and our new strategy, to develop sustainability through an entrepreneurial mindset, has been strengthened by this process,” he said. “With this new BSIS designation, we will be re-invigorated to maximize the impact of all of our activities in our efforts to build a better, more sustainable world.”

 

Sasin School of Management was the first business school in Thailand to earn international accreditation - from both the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the European Foundation for ManagementDevelopment (EQUIS). Sasin has a strong tradition of internationalization, and actively cooperates with many world-renowned institutions to provide students with international platforms for action learning.

 

EFMD Global Network is the leading international network for management development with more than 930 member institutions in 91 countries. Based in Brussels, Belgium, with offices in Geneva, Hong Kong, Miami and Prague, EFMD Global Network’s 30,000 management professionals from academia, business, public service organizations, and consultancies play a central role in shaping the global approach to management education and provide a unique forum for information, research, networking, and debate on innovation and best practice.
 

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