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The IACSB is EU and USA based, accredited in Europe, and recognizes over 50 curriculums and certification programs in banking, accounting, finance, risk, project management, human resources and more. The IP, Certifications and Accreditations are licensed out to top educational bodies, MOOC Massive Open Online Course Providers, and top e-Learning companies.
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We select the best of breed courses as a pathway for relevant certifications. In this way, graduates of tope courses and programs may be immediately eligible for professional recognition and certification through joint certification programs.
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