Europe

The York Management School

Location in Europe, UK
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City: 
Heslington
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
none
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Established in 1963, the University of York is a rather young school, but the creativity and progress the school demonstrates are envied by other celebrated universities including Oxford and Cambridge. The University of York has developed swiftly as one of the most successful and popular universities in Great Britain. The school’s research performance has always been ranked in the top 10 in Great Britain, and the school was ranked 9th by the Financial Times in 2011. The school’s teaching quality is also acknowledged as one of the best in Great Britain. The University of York’s history and reputation parallel other locally-renowned universities. The convenience of campus facilities is demonstrated in that despite the large student population, seventy percent of students live on campus. In addition to maintaining its tradition of high teaching quality, the school has also modified many subjects to make them more practically applicable.


University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

Location in Europe, The Netherlands
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City: 
Groningen
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
English
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

The University of Groningen was established in 1614 as one of the oldest universities in Europe. The university is famous for its long-term academic performance. The school campus is located in Groningen City in northern Netherlands, acclaimed by international students not only as a safe and ideal but also the friendliest city in the country. Aside from its longstanding traditions, University of Groningen has recently adopted English-taught undergraduate, master, and Ph.D. programs in accordance with internationalization and globalization. The University is also a member of the European COIMBRA Group. The Group is the longest-established collaborative association of 38 European universities, including the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford. Furthermore, the University also associates with sister schools around the world such as Uppsala University in Sweden, Ghent University in Belgium, as well as Beijing University, Tsinghua University, and Fudan University in China, for sustainable exchange relationships. The University of Groningen is CNCCU's 90th sister school and offers 4 exchange opportunities for both undergraduate and master students each year. The TOEFL criterion for the undergraduate students is 79 (Internet-based) and 550 (paper-based). For master students the criterion is 92 (Internet-based) and 580 (paper-based). Information Source: http://www.rug.nl/gradschooleb/index


University of Amsterdam Faculty of Economics and Business

Location in Europe, The Netherlands
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City: 
Amsterdam
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

University of Amsterdam was established in 1632 by Amsterdam city council. It is a modern university with rich history, and is a world-class institution for research and education. Among its departments, Faculty of Economics and Econometics was founded in 1922, providing high standard business courses and excellent academic researches. The school has an exceptional academic reputation in Netherlands and rest of the world. Amsterdam can be considered as the origin of international commerce since every world's-first public stock exchange or world’s-first multinational corporation is established here, therefore, the school’s curriculum reflects the city’s internationalization, entrepreneurial spirit, academic ambiance, social responsibilities, and other traditions. In addition, the university enriches its research achievements and promotes independent research projects by closely collaborating with top academic institutions such as SEO Economic Research Center and Tinbergen School of Economics.


Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Location in Europe, The Netherlands
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City: 
Rotterdam
Exchange Quota: 
6
Language Special : 
Proof of Proficiency in English
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Referred to as the "gateway to Europe," Rotterdam is the largest industrial city in the Netherlands, and is known as the world’s largest port. Many leading corporations and various country’s trade centers all setup branches here. University Rotterdam, founded in 1913, is a practice-oriented comprehensive university. Since its founding, the school has trained over 1.5 million graduates from all over the world, whom many of them have become business executives and high-level officers in governments. Rotterdam School of Management (RSM) is one of the university’s 8 colleges, and is the pride of higher education in Netherlands. In the world’s top 100 prestigious business school ranking published by UK’s Financial Times, RSM has always been ranked among the world’s top 30 and Europe’s top 5.


Tilburg School of Economics and Management

Location in Europe, The Netherlands
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City: 
Tilburg
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

Tilburg University was founded in 1927, formerly an economic school with six areas of expertise. The university is highly recognized in the academic arena for its field in economics and law. In addition, the school also draws much attention due to its studies in humanities and social sciences. The school possesses many well-organized research and graduate institutions. Its excellent reputation has drawn students from more than 97 countries to study here. The school also partners with 197 universities worldwide, and sends out around 350 exchange students to study abroad each year.


Maastricht University School of Business and Economics

Location in Europe, The Netherlands
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City: 
Maastricht
Exchange Quota: 
6
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Founded in 1975, Universiteit Maastricht is one of Netherlands’ youngest universities. Emerging amongst other universities, the school is characterized by its unique teaching method, high-quality research work, and broad visions, with outstanding performance in the assessment of its in and out of campus teaching and research. Over half of the graduate students are not local students, and one out every seven students holds a foreign passport, demonstrating a diverse student body. The internationalization is also reflected in its curriculum designing, in which a majority of its graduate courses are instructed in English. The university has 7 colleges and 44 specializations to choose from. In addition, the university also proactively seeks for partnerships with world renowned universities. Every year, the school offers over a hundred students opportunities to go on an exchange, enabling them to travel around the world and obtain practical experiences.


University of St. Gallen

Location in Europe, Switzerland
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City: 
St. Gallen
Exchange Quota: 
4
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

Continent: Europe Country : Switzerland City: St. Gallen Exchange Level: Bacheloar, Master, Ph.D. Exchange Quota: 4 Language Special : None Website: http://www.unisg.ch/ Introduction: University of St. Gallen was established in 1898, with legal, economic, management and international relations as its main fields of studies. Although it is unheard of in Asia, the school is in fact quite famous in Europe, especially among German-speaking countries, where the university is often referred to as “Europe’s Harvard.” St. Gallen is a small-scale university, however, it possesses Switzerland’s best faculty resources in the field of economic science. The school has acquired both high-standard EQUIS and AACSB accreditations. And in addition, it is also an active member of two main higher education alliances namely, CEMS ((M.Sc. in International Management) and APSIA (Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs).


IE Business School

Location in Europe, Spain
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City: 
Madrid
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

The IE Business School is located in Madrid, Spain. Although the school has been in operation for only three decades, IE has already earned the three top global achievements for business schools namely:

AMBA, AACSB and EQUIS accreditations. As of November 2011, only 55 schools have obtained all three accreditations. Differing from the conventional focus of most MBA programs on finance and management consultancy, the IE Business School is dedicated to cultivating students' individual entrepreneurship. In the 2011 Financial Times rankings, the IE Business School ranked 4th in European business schools and 8th in Global MBA rankings. Also in 2011, IE Business School's MBA program was ranked 3rd by Forbes.

Sources:
http://www.ie.edu/business/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IE_Business_School
http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/european-business-school-rankings-2011


ESADE Business School

Location in Europe, Spain
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City: 
Barcelona
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
None
Exchange Level: 
Bachelor
Introduction: 

ESADE was established by a group of Society of Jesus members and Spanish businessmen. The school is located in Europe’s most international city and Spain’s second largest city, Barcelona. ESADE is focused on students’ team spirit, analytical and problem-solving skills, communication and interpersonal skills, international knowledge and experience. The school has already been educating students about social responsibilities even before universities around the world began establishing MBA programs. ESADE believes that it should take on economic and social responsibilities. Promoting the pursuit for greater social justice and freedom is the schools education and founding philosophy, therefore the campus fosters a humanistic atmosphere. ESADE stands atop in various evaluations. In 2006, the school ranked top in the Master of Business Administration worldwide ranking, and in the same year, the school again stood atop in the business school ranking conducted jointly by The Wall Street Journal and the Harris Interactive International. In 2008, the school was placed at No. 28 in Financial Times’ Global MBA rankings (http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-rankings-2008).


EADA

Location in Europe, Spain
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City: 
Barcelona
Exchange Quota: 
2
Language Special : 
Spanish or English
Exchange Level: 
Master
Introduction: 

EADA Business School, founded in 1987, is Spain's first institution to provide professional administrative training. In the last five decades, there have been more than 120,000 requests from 40 different countries, commissioning EADA to provide relevant training courses, demonstrating EADA’s status as the most recognized business school in Spain. Its exceptional achievement in business education has earned itself AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS accreditations, which is one of the few schools in the world to attain all three leading accreditations. Moreover, in the 2008 Global MBA ranking published by UK’s Financial Times’, the EADA ranked among the top 100. (http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/global-mba-rankings-2008).


 
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