Partner Universities

The Faculty of Economics and Business promotes the international mobility of students by cooperating with renowned universities in Europe and all continents. The current international network of more than 135 partner universities is being continuously expanded through attractive universities.

The exchange with universities in Europe is funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. No tuition fees are charged at the partner university.
Exchanges with universities worldwide can be funded by the PROMOS programme of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). No tuition fees are charged by the partner universities.

New Partner Universities

The University of Navarra was established in 1952. Around 13.000 students study there in 16 schools. The ISSA School of Applied Management at the University of Navarra was founded in 1963 and is strongly committed to internationalization. The School has more than 50 exchange agreements with universities around the world. 30 % of the students are international students and almost half of the lectures are offered in English, French and German. 
ISSA School of Applied Management considers it essential to guarantee the quality of the degrees and services it offers and has implemented an Internal Quality Assurance System to continuously monitor and review its degrees.
As part of the exchange, it is possible to take courses the School of Applied Management with specializations, among others in: Logistics, Human Resources, Sports Management, Fashion, Event Management, Tourism. Students will find many different cultural and sportive activities as well as volunteering opportunities.

The University of Liechtenstein is a state university specialising in architecture and economics and business and was founded in 1961. A total of 800 students from 40 nations study there. The University has a network of over 80 partner universities worldwide. The Liechtenstein Business School  undertakes teaching and research in the fields of Entrepreneurship & Management, Finance & Economics and Information Systems & Computer Science. The degree programs are regularly accredited by the Swiss Accreditation Council (HFGK) and the AACSB and are therefore subject to strict quality criteria. The attractive campus offers students an active university life with numerous events and sports programs. There are several student initiatives such as the buddy programs for students from abroad ("students helping students") and the Erasmus Student Network (ESN Liechtenstein), which supports students during their stay abroad and organizes cultural events.