WSB Universities – to able to do more!
International relations are a key element of the Wrocław WSB University’s strategy. Institutions that foster international links are more likely to be able to raise their educational services to a world-class standard and offer their students opportunities to test their aptitude on a global arena.
The WSB University in Wrocław collaborates with institutions across Europe and worldwide under:
- bilateral and multilateral international agreements
- European Union programs and initiatives
- membership in thematic networks and international organizations
For a number of years, the WSB University in Wrocław has been an active participant of Europe’s unparalleled international mobility program known as Erasmus+. More and more students engage in international student mobility each year, choosing from an array of over 60 partner universities. The Center for International Relations has exchange opportunities addressed to Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students as well as to faculty and administrative staff.
International event series that the University offers on a regular basis include:
- student exchange and work placements under Erasmus+
- International Business Weeks
- the Wrocław Business Week
- the International Week
- the Student Science Conference held in Edinburgh, UK
- summer schools
- International Induction Days
- International Christmas Dinners
- the Language Tandem
- the Goodbye Erasmus Meeting
- the iWSB group
- the International Staff Week
- orientation and language courses for international students
- international conferences dedicated to foreign groups
In addition, each academic year sees guest lectures by foreign academics, international thematic workshops and conferences, training sessions, study visits, etc.
More than 60 partner universities!
With so many international partners, students have multiple exchange options including such countries as: Belgium, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey.