Studying at the UCU Business School is a great opportunity to receive education at the best universities around the world. Thanks to the developed partnership infrastructure of LvBS, our students have the opportunity to learn from the experience of professionals in France, Germany, Spain, the USA and other countries, and use this knowledge during the implementation of their own projects. We would like to share with you a list of partnership offers for participants of the master’s programs of the UCU Business School.
Participants of the UCU Business School will have the opportunity to study at one of the best European business schools, namely EDHEC Business School. The French educational institution provides 4 scholarships under the Erasmus+ program to study at the MSc programs of the 2nd Master’s level for students who have a bachelor’s degree (180 ECTS). EDHEC Business School was founded in 1906 by entrepreneurs from Northern France. The institution offers bachelor’s degrees, master of management, master of science and doctor of science degrees in various disciplines, including finance, entrepreneurship, marketing, law, and management. The business school is triple accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA.
Thanks to the Memorandum of Cooperation, members of the LvBS community can study at the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management. The purpose of the cooperation is to promote the international mobility of students and teachers. The exchange program gives students the chance to complete part of an adapted and integrated curriculum at a partner institution in Germany. HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management is the first private business school in the German-speaking region to be accredited by AACSB International (AACSB) in 2004. HHL’s mission is to educate entrepreneurial, responsible, and effective business leaders through excellence in teaching, research, and practice.
The Tuck School of Business will provide tuition and living scholarships for students in the UCU Business School master’s programs. The exchange program allows students to study in a multicultural environment, exchange experiences with international students, and learn more about the peculiarities of life in the USA. 43% of all students are international. Dartmouth College, today known as the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, is the 11th among the best business schools. Schools are ranked according to their performance against a set of generally accepted indicators of excellence. Dartmouth College, a member of the Ivy League, has been one of the best educational institutions in the world since its founding in 1769.
Alba (The American College of Greece) is one of the best business schools in Europe. Alba was founded in 1992 by the joint initiative of the Federation of Greek Industrialists (ΣΕΒ), the leading employers’ union in Greece, and the Hellenic Management Association (ΕΕΔΕ). The school is accredited by AMBA, NECHE and EPAS (EFMD), and is known for its innovation (AMBA innovation Award 2015). For the participants of the UCU, Alba Business School provides housing and scholarships. Students can apply three months before the start of long-term programs and two months before the start of short courses.
The Universidad Pontifica Salamanca (Spain) is awarding 6 scholarships to members of the LvBS community for the spring semester of 2023 under the Erasmus+ program. The Pontifical University of Salamanca (UPSA) is a private Spanish Catholic university founded in 1940 and located in Salamanca with campuses in Salamanca and Madrid. The educational institution invites foreign students to study the following courses: strategic marketing, business ethics, integrated marketing communications, strategic brand planning, digital marketing, etc.
Business school ESDES of UCLy (Catholic University of Lyon) in cooperation with the Business School of UCU and the Ukrainian Catholic University has allocated eleven scholarships for students of master’s programs. UCLy is a non-profit organization granted the status of a private higher education institution of public interest (EESPIG) by the French government. The university unites and opens the discussion between various disciplines: biology, philosophy, theology, law, psychology, humanities, languages, and management science. UCLy has over 11,000 students and auditors, including 1,350 international ones, and over 180 courses (level: undergraduate to postgraduate). Training under the program begins in mid-January. The university provides all students with scholarships.
If you want to visit and gain experience at one of the best educational institutions in the world, you need to inform your program manager at the UCU Business School about this, after which we will contact you with detailed information.