Our partners

International cooperation is one of the chief aim of the School activities. For 13 years of successful work the School has developed mutually beneficial relations with manifold foreign universities and business schools. 
The School of Business and Management of Technology of Belarusian State University became university-partner of the company BaseGroup Labs.
 

History of Cooperation

The first educational project for the School Program in Economics and Management of Technology was the result of successful realization of international project in co-operation with the Economics Institute, Boulder, Colorado, USA. The joint cooperation with American colleagues, supported for this project through the Eurasia Foundation, favoured the creation of the first Master’s level business education that corresponded to the international standards both in form and content and had great potential for its self-support. Cooperation with Kingston University, UK, as part of a regional cooperation project (REAP) provided new opportunities for training teachers, developing new courses and preparing instructional materials in business subjects.
 

New opportunities

Educational projects with the Vaxjo university, Sweden, financed by the Swedish Institute, provide possibilities for teachers and students’ exchange. In 2004 — 2007 MBA and BBA students have studies at the School of Management and Economics, Vaxjo University.
 
The Program International Management Collaboration that was launched in 2008 by Riga Business School solves the problem of preparing managers who will acquire enough theory and practical skills in solving the tasks of business internationalization and management in international companies. Broad international contacts of the School make it possible to invite foreign professors and trainers. The courses Supply Chain Management, Investment Project Appraisal, International Marketing are taught by foreign professors.
 
The School takes part in international research projects and annually conducts International conference on business-education problems.
 
Cooperation with master’s program in economics of the University MAICH (Greece) opened new possibilities of studying in western universities.
Joint Master’s programme in logistics, launched in 2006, is developed and implemented in cooperation with Molde University College, Norway.In 2006.
 

At present the main partners of the School are: