Think global, act local!
This guiding principle has accompanied SIBE for many years. Because in an increasingly global economy, thinking and acting beyond one’s own national borders is not only useful but inevitably necessary in order to operate successfully and innovatively in the market. Internationality is therefore an essential component of all study programs at SIBE. In addition, the establishment and expansion of an international network of renowned cooperation partners is a central endeavor of the School, as this is the only way to ensure first-hand know-how and state-of-the-art knowledge. On the following pages, you will find an overview of the current countries in which the SIBE maintains cooperations. A network that benefits students, alumni, and companies alike.
IMU - University of Bern
It was founded in 1934 and celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2009. The University of Bern, whose roots go back to the 16th century, is one of the ten Swiss universities. The so-called full university has 8 faculties and 160 institutes; with 14,300 students, it is one of the medium-sized Swiss universities. This institution of higher education is characterized by an attractive social, economic and political environment connected to the university, and it also participates in numerous European and global research projects.
One of the 160 institutes of the University of Bern is the Institute for Marketing and Corporate Management (IMU). The IMU offers a range of courses to meet the highest demands and is distinguished by international excellence in selected areas. The institute’s scientific approach fits in well with the SIBE, as the IMU also considers a high proportion of practical experience to be very important. In the lectures, tried-and-tested approaches from various industries are presented and the implementation of marketing concepts and strategies is discussed (e.g. in the context of practical lectures).
MAUÁ - Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia
The Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia was founded on December 11, 1961, and maintains the following facilities: the Centro Universitario (Institution of higher education for undergraduate and graduate studies) as well as Technical Services and Test Center.
The Business School and the Continuous Education Center of the Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia are located on the São Paulo campus. The engineering faculties are located on the São Caetano do Sul campus. The Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia has more than 400 lecturers and teachers, more than 65% of whom hold a Ph.D. or Master’s degree.
UCB - Universidade Católica de Brasília
Today, the Universidade Católica de Brasília, with its long experience, is one of the largest and most prestigious private universities in Brazil. It is maintained by the Catholic Archdiocese in Brasilia. It currently employs over 850 faculty members and provides study space for more than 19,000 students.
The mission of the Universidade Católica de Brasília is to act collaboratively and effectively for the development of individuals and society, supported by the establishment of a community of knowledge, quality, and Christian ethical values.
UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista
IEL - Instituto Euvaldo Lodi
IEL was founded in 1969 by the entrepreneur and politician of the same name, Euvaldo Lodi, with the intention of strengthening and consolidating the relationship between entrepreneurs and universities. Euvaldo Lodi himself was an entrepreneur and politician and later also the first president of the CNI in Brazil. The innovative approach proposed at the time was based on interaction between universities and industry with the intention of promoting economic development adapted to the challenges of the modern world.
Today, IEL mainly specializes in professional further education in companies and is represented in all 27 states of Brazil. In total, there are 103 independent service offices nationwide, which also serve as what are known as antennas, allowing IEL to satisfy the needs of companies in the various regions. To achieve its goals, IEL promotes interaction between companies and institutions that generate knowledge and new technologies. In its work, IEL takes regional specificities into account and offers its member companies further in-service education, consulting, and strategic information.
IEL has cooperated with SIBE since the start of 2012 and places its focus on executive education.
FDI - Faculdades da Indústria
The sites are located in various cities in Paraná with headquarters in Curitiba. Paraná is an economically strong federal state in southern Brazil, where a renowned mechanical engineering and automotive industry has established itself, as well as a strong agricultural industry.
UniSantos - Universidade Católica de Santos
The UniSantos campus is divided into three locations in Santos and one location in São Sebastião. Santos itself is located in the metropolitan region of Baixada Santista in the state of São Paulo. The port of Santos is the largest port in Latin America in terms of goods handled. Many international companies, such as ThyssenKrupp, Hapag-Lloyd, and Petrobras, have branches in the greater São Paulo area, to which Santos also belongs.
With the IPECI (Instituto de Pesquisas Científicas e Tecnológicas ), UniSantos has a renowned research institute with over 20 years of experience and expertise and over 100 laboratories. The IPECI conducts research in fields such as biotechnology, environmental technology, logistics, and energy technologies.
With almost 7,000 students in 34 undergraduate programs, 40 MBA programs, and 4 Master’s programs, UniSantos also has a very broad teaching structure.
UniSantos has renowned management programs, for example in the area of port management, environmental management, or management in the energy sector. It also has access to a network of over 560 partners in the public and private sectors (e.g. Petrobras).
UVV - Universidade Vila Velha
Post - Post University at Waterbury
Post University was founded in 1890. Aside from Internet-based programs, Post University maintains a Campus in Waterbury, Connecticut, USA where it offers on-ground studies and courses alongside the full spectrum of U.S. American College and University life.
Student-athletes, e.g., can choose from among 18 competitive NCAA Division II sports, and intercollegiate equestrian teams.
Post University and The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business are accredited through the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Post University’s Malcolm Baldrige School of Business, named for former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Malcolm Baldrige, focuses on the qualities that helped Baldrige achieve success, first in the business world and then in the White House: Innovation, Quality, Integrity, and Leadership.
Representing the Baldrige principles in every program, course, and professor, The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business gives students the foresight to anticipate the world’s needs and the tools to put that foresight into action. The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business teaches ethics and experience, demonstrating what it takes to succeed in business with integrity and how to adapt confidently to tomorrow’s world.
- All degree programs in The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business at Post University are nationally accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)
- Here you will find information regarding Post University’s rankings and awards.
- The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business is a cooperation partner of SIBE in the dual degree program M.A./MBA (USA).
ISTT - Isfahan Science and Technology Town
ISTT’s mission is to promote knowledge-based economic development by supporting innovative enterprises, promoting an entrepreneurial culture, establishing science and technology parks and incubators, as well as knowledge transfer between universities, research institutions, companies, and the market. It is also an objective to encourage industry to invest in knowledge, development, and commercialization to strengthen the interfaces between science, research institutions, and industry and to attract international companies for joint ventures with local companies.
University for Continuing Education Krems
The University for Continuing Education Krems is the leading public university for continuing education in Europe. With its expertise in teaching and research it works to overcome societal challenges. As university for continuing education the institution specializes in enhancing the qualifications of working professionals. The university is very familiar with the challenges of part-time teaching. The strength of University for Continuing Education Krems is providing university courses that keep pace with the times and are oriented toward current and future societal challenges. Approximately 8,000 students are currently enrolled in University for Continuing Education Krems, more than 27,000 have already completed their studies successfully. Research at University for Continuing Education Krems is centered on contemporary and future challenges society faces. In a transdisciplinary context we build bridges between basic research and practice-oriented application, between individual disciplines and in particular to society. The University for Continuing Education Krems combines ongoing innovation in research and teaching with the highest standards and holds the seal of quality of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria).
SIBM - Symbiosis Institute of Business Management
SAMVIT - SAMVIT School of Executive Education
Tsinghua - Tsinghua University
UCAS University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
UCAS not only focuses on cultivating students‘ solid knowledge and research skills, but also promotes a scientific spirit of specific and innovative personalities through a realistic and pragmatic approach to science. In this way, the aim is to develop the students‘ sense of responsibility.
The university now registers over 50,000 students at all levels from certificate and diploma courses to Bachelors’s Degrees, Master’s, Ph.D. programs, and post-doctoral attachments. There are over 4200 academic staff for teaching and/or research, among whom there are 6 Members of the Chinese Academy of Science, 7 Members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, over 710 professors, and 1500 associate professors. The university offers diverse courses in its 82 Bachelors’s Degrees, 218 Masters’s, 94 Ph.D. programs, and 16 post-doctoral mobile stations. As one of the state’s leading centers for scientific research, the university has 22 state key laboratories and engineering research centers.
The history of Tongji University can be traced back to 1907 when Tongji German Medical School was founded by Erich Paulun, a German doctor in Shanghai. The name Tongji suggests cooperating by riding the same boat. The school was expanded to include engineering in its programs and got its new name as Tongji Medical and Engineering School in 1912. It was formally established as a university in 1923 and was renamed as National Tongji University in 1927. During the Anti-Japanese War (1937 -1945), the university campus was moved from Shanghai first to Zhejiang Province, then to Jiangxi Province and Yunnan Province, and later to Sichuan Province. It was eventually moved back to Shanghai in 1946. It then grew to be a comprehensive university that offered programs in science, engineering, medicine, arts, and law. The university became known both at home and abroad soon. Following a nationwide campaign of reorganizing schools and departments between universities in 1952, Tongji University became a university with strength in engineering, esp. in civil engineering. Authorized by the state central government, the university restored its relationship with Germany in 1978. Professor Li Guohao, president of the university and a member of the China Science Academy, launched two transforms, that is, transform from a university with strength in civil engineering to a comprehensive university with strength in engineering, and transform from a university well-known in China to an international university known to the world. Since then the university gradually developed to be a comprehensive university strong in engineering which also offered programs in science, economics, management, arts, and law. As a university that had established a reputation for its research, Tongji became one of the first group of universities that were authorized by the China State Council to establish its Graduate School. As one of the leading universities, it was successful in its application for the 211 Program which provided universities with substantial government fund. In 1995 the university became one to be jointly built by the State Education Commission and the Shanghai Municipal Government. In 1996 the university merged with Shanghai Institute of Urban Construction and Shanghai Institute of Building Materials. The merger was hailed by the State Council as Tongji Model in the system reform of higher institutions in China. In April 2000, the expanded Tongji merged again with Shanghai Railway University. Now Tongji University has become a comprehensive university that offers a wide range of programs in sciences, engineering, medicine, arts, law, economics, and management.