University of Economics, Prague (VSE)
The University of Economics, Prague (VSE) is the biggest public university specialising in Economics in the Czech Republic, with a tradition spanning more than 60 years. Ranked in the top three "business schools" in CEE, it offers EPAS-accredited programmes and is a proud member of CEMS and PIM. VSE has six faculties offering applicants a broad spectrum of study programmes in the fields of Business, Economics, Finance, ICT, International Relations and Management.
The university campus is located in the center of Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, a UNESCO-designated site and one of the most historical cities in the world.
Lucerne School of Business
The Lucerne School of Business is a constituent school of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland. What began in 1971, has grown to become one of Switzerland's most important business schools, with around 2,000 students attending bachelor's and master's degree programmes and around 2,500 students enrolled in continuing and executive education. With the passage of time, the Lucerne School of Business has set the pace in Central Switzerland's business education landscape and built up close ties with industry, government and third-sector partners.
These days, the School operates in such forward-looking areas as Tourism, Banking and Finance, Communication and Marketing, as well as Regional Economics. This broad thematic spread is the substance of the school's reputation as the pre-eminent centre of excellence for entrepreneurial and management education in Central Switzerland. Moreover, the Lucerne School of Business is in the process of acquiring AACSB accreditation which challenges post-secondary educators to pursue excellence and continuous improvement throughout their business programmes.
With numerous, wide-ranging, collaborative ventures, involving national and international partners, the Lucerne School of Business prepares its students for roles in a globalised economy.