ASIAN FOUNDATION FOR MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
CAMAN - is an international non-governmental, non-profit public association of
educational institutions of Central-Asian region. The participants of the
international conference established it in April 1994 "International
cooperation in business education: world experience and challenges of Central
The main goal of CAMAN
Overall promotion of formation and development of effective system of
business-education in Central Asian region.
Objectives of CAMAN
Setting up management
development network in the region and improving the quality of management
development in Central Asia.
Integration of the Central
Asian system of management development into the world system.
Development of cooperation
between business structures and educational institutions dealing with
professional training for enterprises and organizations.
Representing the universities,
institutes, schools of business-and management of Central Asia in respect of
third parties (Governments, International Associations, foundations,
provided for CAMAN members
conferences, symposiums on various aspects of teaching business and
Organising meetings and round
table discussions aiming to develop and extend contacts and experience
Assistance in accreditation
of Foundation members in International Organizations.
Information on the activities
of foreign universities, institutes, school of business on actual issues of
education and management.
Proposes data about members
of the Foundation and schools of business, centres for management and
consulting companies in Central Asia.
Publishing and circulating
informational-methodological bulletin "CAMAN News".
CAMAN maintains partnership with other associations:
development network (INTERMAN), European foundation for management development (efmd),
Central and East-European association for management development (CEEMAN), World
association for management education (AACSB), Russian association for business
education (RABE), Eurasian association for distance education.
CAMAN is a regional network of educational institutions in the sphere of
business and management, amounting. 56 members from five states of the region
CAMAN initiated the work on accreditation of the MBA in the Central Asian region.
The main aim is to promote development and acknowledgement of the MBA programme
in the Central Asian region as an efficient form of training professional
managers for market economy.
The Accreditation will provide:
Promotion of the development
and acknowledgment of MBA programme in the region.
Making the MBA programme in
the region appropriate to international standards.
Support of the interests of
education service consumers.
scientific-methodological and organizational level of the work of
educational institutions in the region and their adaptation to the new
requirements of the market of business education.