AMBA and Scientia announce partnership focussed on improving Academic Scheduling at Business Schools Worldwide

 Scientia and AMBA announce a landmark partnership that will help transform how Business Schools meet the scheduling needs of their stakeholders.

Business Schools today face unprecedented challenges: competition from the global marketplace, the need to optimise space to cope with rapid growth, and the rising expectations of fee-paying students, to name a few. Scientia’s timetabling and resource scheduling solutions help Business Schools worldwide to overcome these issues, resulting in cost savings, streamlined scheduling processes and satisfied students.

Scientia is the global market leader in the provision of timetabling and resource scheduling software for higher and further education institutions. Established in 1989, it supports nearly 500 institutions in over 30 countries across six continents, reaching around 10m students per year. It supplies scheduling solutions to more than 130 Business Schools worldwide – nearly 40 of which are AMBA-accredited. With its help, institutions including Cass Business School, Greenwich School of Management, Copenhagen Business School, BI Oslo, Norwegian School of Economics and ESADE (Barcelona) have been able to optimise their use of staff, rooms and resources, thereby meeting demand, reducing cost and improving student satisfaction.

Andrew Main Wilson and colleagues from AMBA recently went to Scientia’s Head Office in Cambridge to sign the Partnership Agreement. Read more on the blog.