The college of management at NSYSU is AACSB-accredited. It was the first college in Taiwan to be accredited by AACSB in 2005 and has since actively participated in a variety of academic activities hosted by AACSB, particularly those on teaching methods, to improve the teaching and research capability of the College’s faculty. The college also received re-accreditation in 2010 and 2015.

AACSB is an international accreditation and stands for The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. It has served as the longest  global association dedicated to advancing management education worldwide; AACSB has accredited 775 of the world’s best business schools across 52 countries and territories.

The essential objective of management education lies beyond the mere transfer of management knowledge. An AACSB report indicates the most sought employees by corporations are those with communication and problem-solving skills, ethics, professionalism and a global vision. Thus, those attributes are incorporated in educational institutions under the AACSB accreditation umbrella. Aligned with the trend, this stipulates (1) Ethics, (2) Communication, (3) Problem-solving, (4) Professionalism and (5) a Global View as the five common learning goals for our students in 2008. The curriculum design, teaching approach and evaluation are shaped by such learning goals. The result of such learning objectives are graduation classes of strongly sought candidates in the global corporate marketplace.

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The mission of AAPBS is as follows:


"The primary purpose of the Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS) is to provide leadership and representation to advance the quality of business and management education in the Asia-Pacific region.

Our mission is to collaborate in research and teaching, and working in partnership to improve business school standards and quality.

AAPBS and its members are striving to understand and develop a solid paradigm for an Asian management education model within a global context.

The next decade brings AAPBS exciting challenges and opportunities providing new directions for the Association and its members to follow, enhancing member value, increasing membership and generally looking at firmly establishing the Association not only in the Asia-Pacific but globally.”

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The mission of PACIBER is as follows:


First and foremost, PACIBER stands as a forum for the exchange of ideas where members can network and learn from one another. In the process, and through faculty exchanges and other mutually beneficial alliances, member universities can raise the level of their business education programs to world class standards. The end result of these activities is the enrichment of human resource development by graduating future managers who are well-prepared for the challenges of increasing multicultural understanding and multinational and global competition.

PACIBER member schools benefit by increased access to and networks with the leading business schools in the Americas, Asia and Oceania. Collaborative activities between PACIBER member schools add value to member universities through:

  • Joint Research Projects
  • Recruitment and Exchange of Students and Faculty
  • Placement of Students
  • Joint Curriculum Development
  • Access to the Latest Developments in Business Education and Research
  • Increased Funding Opportunities From Private and Government Agencies
  • Established Networks With Leading Business Schools