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Collaborations Survey Now Open: Here’s Why You Should Participate

July 2015

By Christine Apple, Coordinator, Member Engagement, AACSB International

The 2014–15 AACSB Collaborations Survey is now open. AACSB encourages your participation in this survey, as the results are used to populate AACSB’s newest resource, the Collaboration Concourse. This exclusive, member-only benefit serves as a virtual platform for member schools to explore and to connect with other member schools around the world who wish to engage in collaborative partnership opportunities. With this resource, you can identify potential partner schools and their specific collaborative interests, including study abroad, faculty exchange, joint research opportunities, and much more.

The concourse is housed within the AACSB Exchange—the member-only, online global network that allows your school to directly communicate and share resources with your peer management educators. By using the Collaboration Concourse on the Exchange, you can easily search for potential collaborative partnerships by entering your specified search criteria to find matching member schools seeking similar collaborations.

The information in the Collaboration Concourse is collected directly from the AACSB Collaborations Survey, in which schools can indicate their desired partnerships. For your school to appear in the Collaboration Concourse search results, you must, at a minimum, answer the “Basic Questions” section of the survey and enter your desired collaborations. The first round of the 2014–15 Collaborations Survey will remain open until July 31, 2015. Don’t miss your chance to be found by your fellow AACSB members worldwide!

To learn more about the Collaboration Concourse, please visit http://www.aacsb.edu/membership/collaboration-concourse/.

For questions regarding the Collaboration Concourse, contact the AACSB Membership Team today.

See also in this issue: "Existing Collaborations: Which Education Levels Are Most Common for Different Collaboration Types?"