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Bucharest Business School ( was established in 2014, as a faculty within Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies, an umbrella brand for the two existing MBA programs offered by our university, in partnership with prestigious international university-partners: Romanian-Canadian MBA and Romanian-French MBA (former INDE), both having all classes in English.

The learning experience, networking opportunities, and career support services are an integral part of the MBA experience.

The Romanian – French MBA program (INDE) is the result of the partnership between ASE and CNAM (Conservatoire National des Arts et Metiers) Paris, and has more than 20 years of history and over 1000 alumni –

The program is internationally accredited by AMBA and offers a European learning experience and ties with the French culture and business environment, as the professors involved in the program are both French and Romanians.

The annual business trips of Romanian students in Paris and of the French students in Bucharest have received a lot of positive feedback from students of both countries.

The Expand Your Horizons events with alumni and business people represent a great opportunity for personal development.

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Potential is by the sea - Gdynia city of Innovation

Period: 24 – 29 April 2017 - Location: University of Business and Administration in Gdynia, Polonia

Organizers: University of Business and Administration in Gdynia, Polonia

We are going to teach you:
  • How to manage your creativity in business
  • How to create a winning brand
  • How to develop communication, public speaking and leadership skills
  • How Inland Waterway between Europe and Central Asia works and other thought-provoking issues
We are going to make you familiar with:
  • The Polish language and culture
  • The Tricity landscape and places of interest

Applications deadline is 7 April 2017
Link:Potential is by the sea - Gdynia city of Innovation


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