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International cooperation

With the increasing rate of globalisation, the importance of international cooperation of the Faculty with foreign partners is constantly growing. This includes study stays of students and teachers at foreign universities, student internships abroad, joint research and other projects, participation in international scientific conferences and similar activities. Foreign cooperation contributes to improving the quality of the pedagogical process, supports the development and quality of scientific research activities.

International exchange of students and teachers

The Faculty of Economics implements the development of international relations in the sense of the Bologna Declaration and promotes the international exchange of students and teachers. The Faculty of Economics uses bilateral Erasmus+ agreements with 110 universities and institutions in 24 countries in Europe, as well as cooperation agreements with 31 universities and institutions in 11 countries in Europe, the USA and Asia, which reflect its specific needs, as a tool for the exchange of students and teachers.

Visiting lecturers from abroad

Direct professional links with foreign universities and institutions are made through visiting professors, short and long-term lectureships of foreign teachers and experts within the Erasmus+, NRC, CEEPUS programmes, as well as within various international projects.

Jointly provided study programmes in a foreign language

The Faculty of Economics offers students the opportunity to take part of professional economics courses in a foreign language (French, English) and to obtain, after fulfilling the prescribed conditions, a university diploma of two universities - UMB and the partner university of the study programme.

1st degree:

  • a jointly provided bachelor's degree "Droit, Economie, Gestion", which can be obtained by both Slovak and French students in cooperation with the partner university in Poitiers

2nd degree:

  • Jointly offered degree programme 'Gestion financiere et espace européen and Finance, Banking and Investment' in cooperation with the University of Lorraine in Nancy
  • the joint study programme 'Economics and Governance of Territories and Droit des Collectivités Territoriales de l'UFR de Droit et de Science Politique' in cooperation with the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne
  • the joint study programme 'Tourism and Regional Planning - Management and Geography and Economics of Tourism Businesses' in cooperation with the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
  • the joint study programme "International Business" in cooperation with the University of Economics in Krakow

Membership of international organisations

  • IASIA (International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration)
  • IAPNM (International Association for Public and Non-profit Marketing
  • NISPAcee (Network of Institutes and Schools of Public Administration in Central and Eastern Europe)
  • EAPAA (European Association for Public Administration Accreditation)
  • EUROPA (Entretiens Universitaires Réguliers pour l´Administration en Europe
  • AERTE (Association Européenne des Représentants Territauriaux de l´Etat)
  • PGV (Pays du Groupe Vysegrad)
  • ATLAS (Association for Tourism and Leisure Education)
  • AIEST (International Association of Scientific Experts in Tourism)
  • CEEMAN (International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies)
  • ERSA (European Regional Science Association)
  • RSA (Regional Studies Association)
  • RSAI (Regional Science Association International)
  • IRSPM (International Research Society for Public Management)
  • EURAS (European Academy for Standardization)
  • INFER (International Network for Economic Research)
  • CEABPM (Central European Association for Business Process Management)