Oxford Business College became the first private higher education institution to get membership of CABS (Chartered Association of Business Schools).
The Chartered Association of Business Schools (CABS) has awarded its associate membership to Oxford business College. It is CABS’s first membership to any private higher education institution in the UK. Oxford Business College (OBC) is one of the leading business schools in Oxford, offering undergraduate courses in Business studies.
While announcing the membership, Anne Kiem OBE, Chief Executive of CABS, said, “We are delighted to welcome Oxford Business College as an Associate Member of the Chartered ABS. Our membership criteria was expanded to embrace the growing diversity of high-quality business and management education provision in the UK. As a private higher education college, OBC adds to the range of delivery models and approaches to teaching and learning within our fantastic network.”
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Oxford Business College is the oldest independent higher education college in Oxford, with campuses in London, Slough and Nottingham. The College has partnered with multiple universities, including the University of West London, Buckinghamshire New University and the University for Creative Arts. Founded more than 37 years ago, from a humble beginning at its oldest campus on George Street, the College has expanded at an unprecedented pace and imparting quality education to more than 5000 students.