Professor Chris Styles, Dean of the UNSW Business School, has been appointed to the council of the Association of Asia-Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS).

The AAPBS aims to provide leadership and representation to advance the quality of business and management education in the Asia-Pacific region.  The AAPBS collaborates in research and teaching, and working partnerships to improve business school standards and quality.

Professor Styles says “I am delighted to have been invited to sit on the council of the AAPBS, which is a vital network of business schools in our region. The AAPBS continues to lead the way in developing a solid paradigm for business education within a global context now and into the future.”

“The AAPBS is well aligned to the Business School 2020 strategy of sustainable two-way engagement with Asia,” he says. “The UNSW Business School will continue to nurture it’s relationships across Asia and build long-lasting connections that will benefit the entire region. Our partnerships will include research collaboration, alliances with leading business schools, and develop new strategic partnerships with industry, government and alumni in the region.”

The AAPBS was formed in 2004, and its member business schools working together to provide opportunities for the advancement and development of management education in the Asia Pacific region.

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