Portsmouth Business School
Accreditation can be viewed as both a status and a process. Gaining accreditation is a quality mark testifying that a university/school or educational programme(s) have achieved the level of quality that is defined and sought after by a specific accrediting body.
Portsmouth Business School is proud to be accredited by the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and by EPAS which is an accreditation scheme operated by the European Foundation for Management Development. We are recognised as a Centre of Excellence for Finance Teaching by the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment.
The majority of professional institutions recognise the quality of our programmes by offering our graduates exemptions for their professional examinations.
For further details of the accredications we have, including the specific characteristics related to each, please see: Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Body (PSRB)