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Cass establishes Beta Gamma Sigma chapter

Elite business graduate network to admit Cass alumni

Wednesday, 3 November, 2010

Cass Business School's recent accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) has enabled us to host our own Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter, an honour society that recognises academic excellence in the world’s best business schools.
Nomination for membership of Beta Gamma Sigma is the one of the most prestigious honours that a business student can receive. Only students who rank in the top 10 percent of their Undergraduate degree class or the upper 20 percent of their graduating MSc or *MBA class are eligible for membership.
The Beta Gamma Sigma group provides a lifelong commitment to its members’ academic and professional success by encouraging academic achievement in the study of business, with aim of fostering personal and professional excellence.
Professor Steven Haberman, Director and Deputy Dean of Cass Business School said: Cass is part of a select group of business schools in the world that can offer their students the opportunity to join the Beta Gamma Sigma group. Membership of such a prestigious group will add another string to our students bows and enhance the already strong reputation of their qualification be it Undergraduate, Masters or Doctoral level.

*As of 2015 membership to Beta Gamma Sigma is limited to students who rank in the top 10% for the MBA.

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