The Business School of the Kazakh-British Technical University (KBTU) is awarded the prestigious international accreditation, ACBSP (The Accreditation Council of Business Schools and Programs).

For the past five years, KBTU Business School has been a candidate for the ACBSP Accreditation. During this period, the School has constantly improved the quality of its academic programs, faculty and its interaction with stakeholders, including the business community and employers. The School has superb infrastructure and state of the art facilities.

The following KBTU programs are now ACBSP Accredited

Undergraduate: Finance, Management;

Masters: MBA in the Oil and Gas, MBA in Leadership, MBA in Finance, Financial Analysis, Supply and Project Management.

The Kazakh-British Technical University's academic programs meet international quality standards. The ACBSP Accreditation is recognition of the high quality of education at the KBTU Business School. Also it is another milestone in the internationalization of the Kazakhstan educational space as a whole.

Founded in 1988, the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) is the global accrediting body for business education and the only organization offering accreditation at all levels of business training programs, from associate to doctoral level. ACBSP launches quality processes, starting with the accreditation process, based on the Baldrige Criteria for higher quality. Considering aspects of leadership, strategic planning, relations with stakeholders, the quality of academic programs, teacher qualifications, and education support, ACBSP assesses whether rigorous educational experience and continuous quality improvement offer business programs.

The KBTU Business School is a regional leader in business education. All programs of the Business School are taught in English and have professional accreditation, such as CFA, ACCA, CIMA. Students and undergraduates have the opportunity to study at the Bloomberg Lab and solve real business cases. Since 2013, the KBTU Business School has been affiliated with the Harvard Business School, the Institute of Microeconomics of Competitiveness - students and undergraduates study the discipline developed by this Institute and Harvard Professor Michael Porter. Also, KBTU Business School is affiliated with СFA Institute, which allows students and undergraduates to receive scholarships for the CFA exam.