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   On April 6, the School of Business of Hanyang University (HYU) achieves the certification of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). AACSB is an internationally prestigious certification given to Business Departments in the world with outstanding educational foundations.
   The School of Business of HYU initially aimed to prepare for the achievement of AACSB not only to further improve the department to a global scale, but also to boost the school? endeavors to fulfill the goal to rank among the top 100 Universities of the world.
   Acknowledged by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, AACSB requires three-stage, three-year evaluation program with a total of 21 sections. 
   According to Han Sang-lin, a Business professor who is the chairman of the school committee for American Business Certifications, the AACSB has already further brought leaps of advancement to the School of Business. Han says, "While preparing for AACSB, the School of Business gradually built internal stability by reconstructing the school buildings and establishing numerous exchange programs for students. Having achieved AACSB now, we look forward to see HYU's prestige soar, welcoming the increasing international students to the department."
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