Study and research abroad
The School of Business and Economics has connections with over 120 partner universities on 5 continents. Time abroad allows students to encounter different teaching methods and experience new cultures first hand adding an international dimension to their education.
The School has many Erasmus+ exchange agreements, as well as partnerships throughout Europe and the world. As some programs require a stay at a partner university, students should check individually whether it is voluntary or compulsory in their case.
The School’s international partnerships are of major importance and utilize teaching and research to promote the international mobility of students and teachers. International research is conducted through international conferences, in international research fields and in international research groups.