Your Gateway to a Global Career!
With more than 190 partner universities in 50 countries, ZHAW School of Management and Law (SML) disposes of a high-quality network of academic partners worldwide. The network helps us to foster international exchange of students, lecturers and staff. It is a key driver for the initiation and realization of joint research and consulting projects. An active partnership management and continuous development is essential. Student and staff exchange, joint programs and Double Degrees, international research and consulting projects – these are some of the tasks organized through SML International Affairs.
The International Affairs at SML comprises the work of 3 teams: International Relations is taking care of the development and maintenance of the partner university network. It is the key contact for the organization of student study trips for our partner universities. These tailor-made short-term programs combine academic lectures, company visits and socio-cultural events. International Development and Projects is responsible for international research and consulting projects. The development of Double Degrees is also located here. The International Office is in charge of the administration of the student mobility.
The International Office team organizes the student exchange for incoming and outgoing students. Consultancy and support of students in all regards concerning study abroad topics and the administration of all processes around student exchange are the focus fields of activity here.
DAY 5 SECO / WEMU
After a week full of exciting discussions and new impressions our study trip is coming to an end. ...
Day 4: Digital Transformation in Federal Administrations & Insight City Council of Biel
After the cosy evening at Altes Tramdepot, surprisingly, everyone arrived on time at University Bern. Perhaps it was the anticipation of the forthcoming presentation that got everyone excited. And we ...
Day 3: E-Government & Smart City aspects presented by SBB
Wednesday greeted us, the PNP HS20 class, with hot sunshine as we met at 8.45 am on the campus of the University of Bern. The 6th session of the week was an input presentation by Prof. Dr. Caroline ...