Research / Cooperation

International Cooperation

City University of Seattle

City University of Seattle is a private nonprofit university accredited through the doctoral level. CityU is dedicated to serving the working adult and transfer student and is ranked by the U.S. News & World Report among the top 30 for online bachelor’s degree programs, and among the top 20 online programs for veterans in the U.S. CityU is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, a regional accrediting body approved by the U.S. Department of Education. Learn more about CityU’s academic model, accreditation, policies, administration, governance, associations and alliances. CityU has over 20 locations in the Northwest and worldwide. Many of our degree, certificate and endorsement programs are also offered completely online so you can learn from anywhere, whatever works best for you. Aside from its flagship campus and headquarters in Seattle, CityU offers programs in Canada, China, Czech Republic, Greece, Mexico, Slovakia, Switzerland, and Vietnam.In Slovakia, VSM and CityU offer double degrees leading to Bc./BSBA and Mgr./MBA academic titles.

International Universities

As for international universities, of major importance is the cooperation with the Czech Republic`s University of Finance and Administration in Prague.

School of Management (VŠM) has also a long established cooperation with Wirtschatfuniversitaet Wien, in particular, with two departments: the Competence Center for Central and Eastern Europe (prof. Arnold Schuh) and Department of Management ( Prof. Juergen Muehlbacher, Prof. Helmut Kasper, Prof. Wolfgang Mayrhofer). In November 2009, our university held a day of academic research for the workers of the Department of Management WU Wien, where IBM ISC Bratislava presented to them and they had an opportunity to visit the company. It is reasonable to presume that the cooperation will carry on in the future, mostly via the School of Management`s (VŠM) involvement in a long term international project C5 led by Prof. Mayrhofer.

Besides the earlier mentioned conference, the School of Management (VŠM) ran for its staff and students a series of lectures delivered by outstanding scholars of reputed institutions from abroad (Prof. Dan Denison, IMD Lausanne) for example, was kind enough to share with us the results of his research in the area of change management; Prof. Gretchen Speitzer, Vice-Dean of the Ross School of Business, the University of Michigan informed us about the outcomes of research at the Michigan School POS – Positive Organizational Scholarship. Prof. Aneel Karnani, of the same institution, gave a talk on changes in strategies of multinational corporations over the last decade.

                                        

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