Foster School Of Business - University Of Washington

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DEFINITION of 'Foster School Of Business - University Of Washington'

The business school at the University of Washington. The Foster School of Business offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in business and other fields in both full-time and weekend formats. It is AACSB-accredited and is also only one of four American schools to have European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) accreditation.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Foster School Of Business - University Of Washington'

Located in Seattle, Washington, the UW School of Business was founded in 1917 and was renamed the Foster school of business in 2007. It has about 46,000 alumni and has been ranked highly by various financial publications. The school sponsors several top-quality programs, such as the Business and Economic Development Center, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, E-Business and Sales Programs.

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